Among the darlings of the underground intelligentsia, NYC duo Blues Control has been linked with a murderers' row of independent record labels geared toward those who like their music and their drugs experimental - Holy Mountain, Woodsist, Siltbreeze, Not Not Fun. For new LP "Valley Tangents," as if continuing some circuit, they aligned with Drag City.

Among the darlings of the underground intelligentsia, NYC duo Blues Control has been linked with a murderers' row of independent record labels geared toward those who like their music and their drugs experimental - Holy Mountain, Woodsist, Siltbreeze, Not Not Fun. For new LP "Valley Tangents," as if continuing some circuit, they aligned with Drag City.

The record continues Blues Control's fascination with avant-jazz sounds, surprise noise blasts and interjected found sound. At its worst, it descends into hipster-approved elevator music, but more often than not it coalesces into something transcendent.

Pink Reason and Day Creeper round out a stacked Saturday lineup.