After four weeks on the road, the Cave Singers—Seattle's dirgiest dirge-folk trio—have earned a proper homecoming. With these unassuming guys, that requires little more than a case of PBR, a dimly lit stage, a couple acoustic guitars, and their tiny drum kit. Expect numbers from their recently released debut, Invitation Songs: a mesmerizing, pastoral hallucination that could soundtrack a Twin Peaks dream sequence as easily as an Appalachian coal miner's funeral. (Crocodile, 2200 Second Ave, 441-5611. 9 pm, $10 adv/$12 DOS, 21+.)

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