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Judas Horse, Adam Brinson, Curtains 

When: Wed., April 18, 9 p.m. 2012
Price: $5

Members of percussion-less dark folk trio The Judas Horse have been playing in Asheville projects for years, from Serpents' Swans-loving hard-doom atmospheres and Descolada's reckless genre bends to U.S. Christmas' long-form backwoods psychedelia. With so many heavy acts in its ancestry, The Judas Horse almost can't help its darkness. Yet the band takes a more inward focus, like the middle ground between Tori Amos' emo-classical bombast and Dead Can Dance's ghost folk, or maybe a more prog-prone Belle and Sebastian. Blag'ard drummer Adam Brinson, a father of two whose solo material tends toward optimistic celebrations of family life, opens. Also, Curtains. —Corbie Hill

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