One of the leading figures to spearhead Nashville’s experimental music scene, Tony Youngblood has curated what promises to be another engaging evening of music at his back-porch venue Noa Noa. First on the roster is Morgan Evans-Weiler, a violinist/electronic composer based out of Boston who combines analog and digital instruments to create textured, emotional sound. It may not be melodic, but think of it like the most beautiful nails-scraping-against-a-chalkboard you’ll ever hear. Next is Dylan Simon, a member of the local experimental drone group Mass at Dawn, who will perform a free improvisational work using synthesizers. His haunting, hypnotizing drones have the dead-inside feeling of the occult. Then there’s Sparkling Wide Pressure, a solo project of Murfreesboro resident Frank Baugh, who performed recently at The Brick Factory. Baugh makes ambient experimental music using tape loops, synthesizers, drum machines and guitars to create an atmospheric, almost visual experience that is not to be missed. Suggested donation $5. BYOB.