As Indians, Copenhagen one-man band Soren Lokke Juul makes spectral bedroom folk that cleverly combines organic and electronic instrumental elements for a distinctively spine-tingling end point. On his fully realized 4AD debut, Somewhere Else, songs like "Magic Kids" shimmer and sway, with stacks of hazy harmonies and gauzy synthesizers. It's an effect already familiar to fervent Bon Iver fans, but while Justin Vernon's songs typically opt for obtuse uplift, the music of Indians is decidedly darker yet equally enveloping. With Night Beds and Cat Martino. 18+.
Fri., March 1, 8 p.m., 2013