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FOLK POP | Oliver Oak 

Oliver Oak, a 5-piece folk pop group from Columbus, Ohio, is a little bit curious, a little bit experimental, but there's also something captivating about it. The way the band's vocal harmonies wind and float with one another while a violin cascades thoughtfully, with a few alternative tempos and rhythms, Oliver Oak's sound is sweetly unpredictable. The troupe followed up its debut EP, "Adages" (2013), with "Sleepless Wilds" in 2014. Talking Under Water and Elephino also perform.

Oliver Oak plays Wednesday, July 8, at the Bug Jar, 219 Monroe Avenue. 9 p.m. $7-$9.;


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