It’s hard not to wax energetic about the Dirty Three. At this point the Australian trio is an indie rock institution. The group’s members are involved in myriad collaborations and projects, working with greats like Nick Cave, PJ Harvey, Cat Power and Bill Callahan. Schedules are tight, and all three band members live on separate continents, but still every odd year brings another Dirty Three album that manages to capture the mercurial magic that seems to ignite when Warren Ellis, Mick Turner and Jim White are in a room together. The group’s music is utterly unique, blending elements of various folk traditions, free-jazz, classical music and psychedelic rock for a mournful, ecstatic and captivatingly emotive sound.