Look past Slothpop's vaguely off-putting name and you'll discover the Indianapolis combo trades in cool, confident folk-pop with the faintest experimental edge. In the tradition of Feist, Bjork and Portishead, Kristen Newborn coos and caterwauls her way through songs fit to pair with morning coffee or evening wine.

Look past Slothpop's vaguely off-putting name and you'll discover the Indianapolis combo trades in cool, confident folk-pop with the faintest experimental edge. In the tradition of Feist, Bjork and Portishead, Kristen Newborn coos and caterwauls her way through songs fit to pair with morning coffee or evening wine.

Thursday at Carabar, they'll be matched with the new millennial beat-poet folk of Trains Across the Sea plus global electro-pop gurus Way Yes, who'll perform with a drum kit for the first time as they run through their full body of work.