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Wowolfol, Natural Gallerie 

When: Thu., Aug. 16, 10 p.m. 2012
Price: Free

From current projects Hog and Horseback to much-missed Durham sludge-sayers Tooth, Rich James has been making heavy music in the Triangle for years. But he also has Wowolfol, his tender, damaged psych-country identity. James summons an intimate western baritone with occasional rockabilly vibrato, potentially surprising to anyone familiar with the rusted roar at the helm of Hog. The music is wildly psychedelic, too, accented by ghosted ambience and fuzzed-to-death lead guitar. Even the Appalachian-style lament "A Lullaby For Morning" rides an enveloping current of gentle noise. A full band including members of Hammer no More the Fingers and MAKE makes its first stop outside Durham tonight at Tir na nOg in Raleigh. With Natural Gallerie. —Corbie Hill

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