Clubland features: Nathaniel Earl Bowles, Colonel Bruce Hampton and Untapped

Experimental traditions: The Black Twig Pickers' Nathaniel Earl Bowles blends his affinity for Appalachian folk music with an interest in sonic experimentation, forging a drone- and trance-based sound that incorporates "hyper-nuanced" percussion and clawhammer banjo. The Virginia-based performer plays Jack of the Wood on Friday, July 12.
Experimental traditions: The Black Twig Pickers' Nathaniel Earl Bowles blends his affinity for Appalachian folk music with an interest in sonic experimentation, forging a drone- and trance-based sound that incorporates "hyper-nuanced" percussion and clawhammer banjo. The Virginia-based performer plays Jack of the Wood on Friday, July 12.
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