Now here's a double bill worth getting off the couch and braving winter's bleakest punishment. Seeing two musicians as accomplished as Jolie Holland and Kyp Malone in a room as tiny as The Summit is a rare pleasure. Both Anti- Records artists will do solo sets Thursday before ending with collaboration.

Now here's a double bill worth getting off the couch and braving winter's bleakest punishment. Seeing two musicians as accomplished as Jolie Holland and Kyp Malone in a room as tiny as The Summit is a rare pleasure. Both Anti- Records artists will do solo sets Thursday before ending with collaboration.

For her part, Holland transcends the usual Starbucks folkie tropes, blending genres from across the Americana spectrum into a personalized vehicle of expression. She moves through the music freely and comfortably, her songs seemingly a natural extension of her being.

Malone, the dude with the 'fro from TV on the Radio, put out an equally dystopian solo album under the name Rain Machine in 2009. Presumably his set will draw heavily from that material, which ought to ring a bell for anyone familiar with Malone's off-his-rocker croons.

Each singer is compelling in his or her own right, but the prospect of these two distinct talents clashing and congealing is downright tantalizing.