“Widows” recalls the brittle homespun eclecticism of the first Lucky Dragons forays into the uncanny lightness of a very undigital digital music. The sixteen tracks on this long-player draw on a series of improvised group explorations (jams)–in kitchens, bedrooms, sidewalks, gardens and forests–and shatter into fractal rememberings of things: dulcimers, banjos, and fiddles, made up languages, splintering shifts and squeaks.