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Jason Ajemian, Hush Arbors, Blood Jar Creepers 

When: Wed., Jan. 12, 10 p.m. 2011

Keith Wood is a multi-instrumentalist who has contributed his skills to Current 93 and Six Organs of Admittance but who saves his songs and his graceful, reedy voice for Hush Arbors. Wood's music toes the line between Laurel Canyon folk-rock and psychedelic free jams, meaning that his popularity in both mainstream circles (see Devendra Banhart) and his acceptance in outsider circles (see Tom Carter) has been limited. Don't be fooled, though: Wood has an excellent sense of what sounds good, whether that's the canter and inflection of his voice on a pop song or the reverb wash of his guitar on an astral jam. He's on tour with jazz bassist Jason Ajemian, a trek that should lend itself to interesting collaborations. —Grayson Currin

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