His Tuesday-night sessions at Bar Code were characterized by an improv sense of looseness, but the anticipated debut release from Broken Social Scene guitar god Andrew Whiteman's Apostle of Hustle project feels like something that's taken years to craft like wood that's been prepared according to the time-honoured tradition of a select group of monks till it's ready to be sshaped into a guitar. Folkloric Feel is lush romantic music that ebbs and flows. While it treads the same art-rock-meets-indie-pop line as BSS, there's an added element of exotica that stems, according to Whiteman, from John Zorn, the Canadian sound poets and visits to Havana. On Baby, You're In Luck, Amy Millan channels Astrud Gilberto over brushed percussion while Whiteman's whispery vocals float on fragile bossa rhythms. This isn't world music in the Gipsy Kings sense, it's worldly music that gets you beautifully stoned.