Calendar Music Club Listings

Club Listings for Sat., Oct. 7
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    Jesse y Joy

    Out of Mexico City, this brother and sister combine soft strums, gentle keys, and Joy’s soulful tremble in ranging between Americana instrumentation and catchy pop ballads. 2006 debut Esta Es Mi Vida leans toward country-folk, while newer works like 2015’s “No Soy Una de Esas” featuring Spanish heartthrob Alejandro Sanz, and this year’s “3 A.M.” with Cuban reggaeton heroes Gente de Zona, follow a smokier pop route.
    Sat., Oct. 7, 10pm
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    CC Adcock & the Lafayette Marquis

    Louisiana roots guitar great.
    Sun., Oct. 8, 12mid
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    Action Bronson

    Apparently, rapper/chef/marijuana connoisseur Action Bronson isn’t doing enough. So he just got himself a late-night cooking show, The Untitled Action Bronson Show, on the Viceland network. That’s in addition to hosting buddy/food travel show Fuck, That’s Delicious and the hilarious Action Bronson Watches Ancient Aliens. Bronsoliño, doing what he does best, also boasts recent third studio album Blue Chips 7000, humorously soulful and reveling in deep-cut samples.
    Sat., Oct. 7, 8pm
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    Jack Ingram, Charlie & the Regrets

    Refined outlaw songwriter.
    Sat., Oct. 7, 9pm
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    Neon Indian (DJ set)

    Denton’s Alan Palomo spins.
    Sat., Oct. 7, 10pm
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    MDC, Fuck Work, Elected Officials, Splatter

    Atop minor punk classic “John Wayne Was a Nazi,” MDC began life in late-Seventies Austin as the Stains before becoming icons to lefty hardcores following a move to San Francisco. Given our new joke of a president, one as dangerous as the band’s former lyrical nemesis Ronald Reagan, MDC finds its vintage material revitalized, complete with Green Day retrofitting “Born to Die”’s chant of “No war! No KKK! No fascist USA!” at a recent TV awards show.
    Sat., Oct. 7, 9pm
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    Molly Burch, Jana Horn

    On the heels of two national tours and a sprawl of European dates, Molly Burch returns to her local show roots, playing the sort of intimate venue she would have before Please Be Mine. After coveted Brooklyn indie label Captured Tracks put out Burch’s debut in February, her brassy, velveteen voice and airy, lovelorn Fifties rock-pop have continued to resonate. Fellow Austinite Jana Horn opens.
    Sat., Oct. 7, 8pm
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    Cathedral Mountain presents Greenbeard, Think No Think, the Sun Machine, Billy King & the Bad Bad Bad

    Double A-side local summit of “desert rock” prog and psych-prog.
    Sat., Oct. 7, 9:30pm
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    Austin Corn Lovers Fiesta presents John "Drumbo' French, Churchwood, Count Vaseline, Harvey McLaughlin

    Saustex Records’ anti-ACL Fest continues Saturday with John “Drumbo” French, crucial multi-instrumentalist in Captain Beefheart’s Magic Band, makes his first Texas appearance since the Seventies, fronting a band led by local freak-guitar genius Bill Anderson.
    Sat., Oct. 7, 7pm
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