ALT FOLK/POP Julia Holter Four albums under her belt, and still Julia Holter’s music reigns supreme. Her most recent album – last year’s Have You in My Wilderness –appeared in many end-of-year Top Albums lists, and remains as delicate and jazzy-folky an item as it was five months ago. Gig of the week? TRAD Jon Pickow Jean Ritchie was a Kentucky song collector and singer who did us all a great service when she collected so many of our songs, back in the 1950s, while a Fulbright scholar. Now, her son, Jon Pickow returns to celebrate the release of Mary McPartlan’s tribute album to his mother, From Mountain to Mountain, this month. Expect Appalachia and Cúl Aodha to coalesce and collide, not to mention many points in between, from both sides of the Atlantic. ART My Own Unknown Emerging Visual Artist Award winner 2014 Dragana Jurisic, working mainly with documentary photography, tells a personal story involving Jurisic, her aunt’s mysterious personal history and a young woman who died in the late 19th century, l’Inconnue de la Seine, whose body was allegedly recovered from the river Seine and whose death mask was cast in a bid to identify her.