Yes, it's been a while since we've heard a show at the old Falls Road mill building know as the G-Spot. Was it Beach House? That long? In any case, plan on trundling over this Friday for Phosphorescent, aka Matthew Houck, a Jagjaguwar/Dead Oceans songwriter that makes lovely, drowsy beardo folk music that should appeal in drooling degrees to fans of outfits such as Au, Vetiver, and Animal Collective, if only for the few hoots and hollers, but is a bit more languid and staid than any of them. Phosphorescent's recent release, Pride, strikes of both the reverent and deeply personal, slipping out of passages of simple somber folk into vocal orchestrations wide enough to swallow a village. Potentially devastating. Noble Lake and Virgin Forest also perform.8 p.m. $9.
"A Picture Of Our Torn Up Praise," from Pride. Listen:Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun