Last month Drag City Records released Ouled Bambara: Portraits of Gnawa, its second project on the sublabel Twos & Fews, run by Kentuckian Nathan Salsburg. Salsburg, who also plays music himself and maintains the swell blog Root Hog or Die—which includes a directory of free MP3s of traditional music of all stripes—has worked for the Alan Lomax Archive since 2000, and both Twos & Fews releases have a raw, folkloric spirit. Last year the label debuted with a collection of a cappella singing by Kentucky coal miner Nimrod Workman, and to celebrate its release the label hosted an informal gathering at Intuit Gallery, where it played Workman’s music, screened rare video footage, and served quasi-authentic hillbilly delicacies.