Greg Dutton used to be just another dude with a guitar, but adding Liz Adams changed the face of his band, Lohio. The Pittsburgh combo's "Family Tree" EP somehow balances the delicacy of Architecture in Helsinki, the boy-girl buoyancy of the Polyphonic Spree and the drowsy ruminations of Yo La Tengo. Lohio's lineup is on the trim side, so it should be intriguing to hear how these rich arrangements transform on stage when they play Friday at Kobo with Karate Coyote, Way Yes and fellow Pittsburgh band Donora.

Greg Dutton used to be just another dude with a guitar, but adding Liz Adams changed the face of his band, Lohio. The Pittsburgh combo's "Family Tree" EP somehow balances the delicacy of Architecture in Helsinki, the boy-girl buoyancy of the Polyphonic Spree and the drowsy ruminations of Yo La Tengo. Lohio's lineup is on the trim side, so it should be intriguing to hear how these rich arrangements transform on stage when they play Friday at Kobo with Karate Coyote, Way Yes and fellow Pittsburgh band Donora.