Fusebox Music

Blue Cranes
Blue Cranes

For some time, music has been steadily becoming a major component of Fusebox, and that continues with this year's debut of the Free Range Music Series, offering concerts in nontraditional spaces. The kickoff with Mother Falcon and 100 string players inside the Seaholm Power Plant has passed, but you can still catch Portland, Ore., jazz quintet Blue Cranes performing at one of the "Play Me, I'm Yours" public piano project sites. Golden Hornet Project masterminds Peter Stopschinski and Graham Reynolds will bring "Play Me, I'm Yours" to a close with a Free Range concert involving five pianos positioned on the spiral ramp at the north end of the Pfluger Pedestrian Bridge.

Late Nights @ Seaholm: Blue Cranes

Thursday, April 21, 11pm, Seaholm Power Plant, 214 West Ave. $5

Blue Cranes: Free Range

Friday, April 22, 6-6:45pm, Shoal Creek Peninsula

Late Nights @ Seaholm: Mother Falcon/Black Out

Friday, April 22, 11pm, Seaholm Power Plant, 214 West Ave.

Mother Falcon, 11pm; Switched On and Bring Your Own Beamer present Black Out, 12mid, with performances by VC Childcraft, Smokey Emery, and How I Quit Crack, and projections by Amanda Joy, Scott Gelber, Vid Kidz, Stephen Fishman, and Seth Nemec + Eli Welbourne

Late Nights @ Seaholm: Golden Arm Trio/Foot Patrol

Saturday, April 23, 11pm, Seaholm Power Plant, 214 West Ave.

Graham Reynolds & Golden Arm Trio play Duke!, 11pm; Foot Patrol, 12mid

Insect Records Showcase

Friday, April 28, 10:30pm, the ND at 501 Studios, 501 N. I-35

Butcher Bear of local microlabel Insect Records hosts a showcase with Exploded Drawing (Texas), Aadm Our Hatley (Austin), Atarimatt (College Station), and Shit & Shine (London/Austin). $5.

Golden Hornet Project: Free Range

Saturday, April 30, 4-4:45pm, ramp at the north end of the Pfluger Pedestrian Bridge. Free

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