Cabin settles into Uncle Slayton's on June 13 and 14 for a two-night stand (How retro!). As usual with this art rock ensemble, guessing what they might play will be clear only to die-hard fans, of which there are a number here and around the country. Their last album, Among The Rectangles and Changeable Parts, was released in 2010 and so one might suppose they'll have new material. With the dynamic interaction between founder Noah Hewlett-Ball and experimental violinist and pianist, Sarah Beth Welder, to drive things, things could get verrry interrrestting. With tickets a reasonable $10 adv / $12 day of show, it would be worth an evening or both at Uncle Slayton's.