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INDIE POP | Laura Wolf 

Fans of singer-songwriters with classical music predilections will find a lot to like in Laura Wolf. Part-cello exploration, part-folksy rumination, the multi-instrumentalist's songs, like the excellent "Body Part," feature dense but inviting textures, with plenty of percussive flair. Wolf's debut EP will be released later this month. If you like national acts like Sam Amidon, Andrew Bird, and My Brightest Diamond, as well as artists originating in the Upstate New York region such as Mikaela Davis and Jordan Morton, you should tune in to Wolf's music. Wolf is playing as part of a showcase, hosted by Floated Magazine, of female-fronted acts, including Lizdelise, Roses & Revolutions, and Madeleine McQueen.

Laura Wolf performs Monday, November 20, at the Bug Jar, 219 Monroe Avenue. 9 p.m. $10-$12.;


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