Canadian psych-rockers Black Mountain may be best known for their Black Sabbath-like choogle, the folky rootsy-ness that sounds descended from the Appalachians. Catchy guitar hooks still meet up with those velvety male/female vocals, but their latest, Wilderness Heart, digs deeper into the classic rook love-in started on 2008's In The Future, this time with sleeker production mojo'd by two dudes who've worked with Spoon, LCD Soundsystem, and Boris. With the War On Drugs.
Mon., Aug. 30, 9 p.m., 2010
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