Minneapolis is known for funky pop classics (Prince), roughshod indie rock (The Replacements, Husker Du) and underground rap (Atmosphere, Brother Ali).

Minneapolis is known for funky pop classics (Prince), roughshod indie rock (The Replacements, Husker Du) and underground rap (Atmosphere, Brother Ali).

It may be a while before we add contemplative chamber folk to the list, but Dark Dark Dark is doing their city proud nonetheless. Latest offering “Wild Go” presents theatrical, thoughtful music borne of accordions, classical strings and choral arrangements. Imagine St. Vincent without so much whimsy or a classically trained Beat Happening and you’re coming close.

They’ll play between headliners A Hawk and a Hacksaw and openers Pillars and Tongues this Wednesday at the Wex.