BELFAST — The Underground Lounge continues its music series with the eclectic intrigue of world music band BoneBroth Thursday, Dec. 15.

Spearheaded by irrepressible fiddler Cara Lauzon, an inveterate traveler who incorporates musical ideas from dozens of countries, BoneBroth creates a unique, improvisational brew of world music, Balkan melodies and funky rhythms. Rounding out the band is veteran guitarist Eenor (Les Claypool’s Frog Brigade), bassist Eric Halsey, drummer Jason Dean and rapper Mateo Mendoza. The group’s debut album “Triptych,” recorded at a live show in Rockland and released this past October, “celebrates the joy of being supported by a small local community,” in Lauzon’s words.

You can be part of that community when BoneBroth takes the stage. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., show starts at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10, cash only at the door.

The Underground Lounge is located in the basement of the Belfast Maskers Theatre at 17 Court St., hosting indie, folk and pop performers from around the area Thursday evenings.