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COUNTRY | Brindamor 

Without pretense, Rochester's Brindamor adds an extra dash of lonely to its overall, countrified folk strain. With a fleeting listen you can plainly hear the roots and beyond. Whether the band's giving it a casual 2/4 giddy-up or slowing it down to waltz, there's more going on beneath the surface. It's the kind of controlled elegance heard from cats like Joe Henry, or anyone with a story to tell.

Brindamor plays its album release show on Saturday, January 26, 8:30 p.m. at The Spirit Room, 139 State Street. $5. 397-7595. thespiritroomroc.com; brindamorband.bandcamp.com.

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