[MUSIC] Micah Wolf is a relatively new musician on the local scene, straight outta Saskatchewan. Well, he’s also lived in the woods of Idaho, the oasis of Bear Springs in Arizona, and a coastal town in Mexico—seems his hippie ma raised her young Wolf amidst many communes. But she also thankfully exposed him to the music of Bob Marley, Cat Stevens and Bob Dylan, which resulted in a surprising talent today in Wolf’s mellow but infectious vibe and sound akin to Jack Johnson and with a little Citizen Cope thrown in. Now Wolf has his own studio in which he produced his debut CD, along with bandmate Eric Devine, who handcrafted the guitars, ukuleles and stand-up bass that are featured on the album. The ambitious duo also started a record label, Blockplane Records. This weekend, check out Wolf, as he’s joined by DeVine on bass and Rick Tyner on guitar and piano. For more info, visit www.micahwolf.com. No cover.