ALBUM REVIEW | Indie
Damien Jurado, ‘Maraqopa’
Damien Jurado’s new album has the patina of a long-lost psychedelic folk record from the 1970s. “Maraqopa’’ is melodious, sprawling in all the right ways, even a little ramshackle. Now 15 years into his solo career, the Seattle singer-songwriter seems to have turned a corner with the help of fellow indie underdog Richard Swift. They worked together on 2010’s “Saint Bartlett,’’ which stretched the parameters of Jurado’s stark, heart-on-sleeve folk.