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Club Listings for Fri., Sept. 8
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    Green Day, Catfish & the Bottlemen

    Berkeley’s punk kings Green Day have hoed a long, ill-paved road since 2012. Ambitious, triple-disc serial release ¡Uno!/¡Dos!/¡Tré! hardly replicated past sales glories, frontman Billie Joe Armstrong melted down at a radio festival that led to rehab, and both bassist Mike Dirnt’s wife and touring guitarist Jason White battled cancer. Behind the politically charged Revolution Radio, the group turned a Sept. 5 Facebook Live session into an instant Hurricane Harvey benefit.
    Fri., Sept. 8, 7pm
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    Austin Jukebox No. 8 w/ the Moles, the Revelators, Sonny Rhodes, the Dropouts

    Super Secret Records’ quarterly concert series boasts revived Australian indie psychsters the Moles, majordomo Richard Davies leading a band of locals with whom he’s been recording. Local blues punk John Schooley’s ex-trio the Revelators play their first gig since 1998 alongside lap steel great Sonny Rhodes. Reunited after 20 years, San Antonio garage maniacs the Dropouts pile on. $5, with donations for Harvey relief matched by Jukebox.
    Fri., Sept. 8, 8pm
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    Black Milk

    “It’s going to have that familiar feeling of straight boom-bap with a little sprinkle of live shit to keep it funky,” Detroit rapper/producer Curtis Cross told the Chronicle years ago. “I got to have that bounce.” As Black Milk, the 34-year-old J Dilla acolyte pogos both hip-hop verse and his band Nat Turner, whose mostly instrumental 2016 disc The Rebellion Sessions fused black soul to jazz.
    Fri., Sept. 8, 8pm
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    Melvins, Spotlights

    Sludge chieftains the Melvins remain incorruptible on 26th studio album A Walk With Love & Death. The latter side embalms dark, heavy, weird rock spiked with an unlikely power-pop cut from new bassist Steven McDonald (Redd Kross/Off!). The “Love” half soundtracks an artsy short by Jesse Nieminen that pushes the 34-year-old Left Coast trio’s sonic boundaries. Austin’s USA/Mexico, an experimental orgy of Butthole Surfers, Shit & Shine, and When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth members, delivers the omega set inside.
    Fri., Sept. 8, 8pm
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    Rebecca Havemeyer presents Justin Vivian Bond

    Known for her sultry cabaret act as washed-up bar singer Kiki DuRane in the Tony-nominated Kiki and Herb, the former Stanley Bond masters the thoughtfulness of Joan Didion and the humor of Jane Fonda as JVB, all the while coalescing tunes ranging from country-folk guitar pickin’, glitz jazz, and lonesome acoustic ruminations. Teaming up with Nath Ann Carrera on guitar, the Maryland singer offers cuts off the eclectic Dendrophile (2011) and Silver Wells (2012)
    Fri., Sept. 8, 8pm
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