Imagine Lambchop's literate, slightly twangy chamber pop crossed with the dark, plodding ruminations of early Cat Power and you might summon sounds similar to Tiger Saw, a long-running New England collective that rubs elbows with the likes of Deer Tick and Dirty Projectors.

Imagine Lambchop's literate, slightly twangy chamber pop crossed with the dark, plodding ruminations of early Cat Power and you might summon sounds similar to Tiger Saw, a long-running New England collective that rubs elbows with the likes of Deer Tick and Dirty Projectors.

This latest edition of the band plays one of those intimate Wholly Craft in-stores Monday alongside Winter Sons, St. Clare and an acoustic version of Flotation Walls. The headliners will be hawking their latest slowcore slab, "Nightingales."