It might seem like Wildhoney just visited Columbus, but that was so 2015 (OK, so late November, admittedly). If you missed the fuzz-loving Baltimore crew's pre-Thanksgiving Ace of Cups visit, don't make the same mistake when the quintet brings its show across the street to Spacebar. The band's latest, Sleep Through It, is a dense, gauzy wonder, building on thick guitar webs and singer Lauren Shusterich's delicate coo, which glides above the choppy surface as effortlessly as a sailboat cutting against the surf.

It might seem like Wildhoney just visited Columbus, but that was so 2015 (OK, so late November, admittedly). If you missed the fuzz-loving Baltimore crew's pre-Thanksgiving Ace of Cups visit, don't make the same mistake when the quintet brings its show across the street to Spacebar. The band's latest, Sleep Through It, is a dense, gauzy wonder, building on thick guitar webs and singer Lauren Shusterich's delicate coo, which glides above the choppy surface as effortlessly as a sailboat cutting against the surf.