The Peculiar Pretzelmen - Uncanny Eyes
While K&D are always terrific live, I do dig the additional instruments on the recordings - usually more oddball ornamentation that you will have a hard time pinning down, but effectively augmenting the tunes.
I know I always mention Tom Waits, because I'm not very creative like that (and damned if "Pretty Eyes" doesn't sound like it could have come off of Rain Dogs), but there are also hints of Dr. John New Orleans-hoodoo, as well as the afore-mentioned similarities to Soda's work ("Undertaker" particularly reminds me of something that could have appeared on one of his records with its mandolin and accordion work), some sorta-kinda Dylan-folk ("New York Girls"), maybe a touch of Leonard Cohen in "Pass the Kerosene" and plenty of other influences.
Again, fine stuff - haven't heard anything of theirs that I haven't liked. Dig 'em!