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Club Listings for Sat., Oct. 21
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    Mike Flanigin Trio w/ Jimmie Vaughan & George Rains

    If the Continental Club isn’t gift enough to Austin, sister venue C-Boy’s stars one of the city’s finest musicians on a weekly basis. The elder Vaughan brother – still perhaps the greater of the two in economy and touch – sings and stings on Live at C-Boy’s, an organ trio bubbler with Mike Flanigin and late drum deity Barry “Frosty” Smith. George “God” Rains subs for Smith.
    Sat., Oct. 21, 10pm
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    Maria Muldaur

    Sat., Oct. 21, 8pm
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    Azealia Banks

    Six years ago, Azealia Banks released banger of the year “212.” Like the single, her 2012 mixtape Fantasea flashed quick-witted rap, genre-bending experimentation, and pop brilliance. The Harlem native’s chart-topping Broke With Expensive Taste followed in 2014 by blending synth-stabbed house romps and bullish grit.
    Sat., Oct. 21, 8pm
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    B-Boy City XXIII

    Launched in 1998, this freestyle hip-hop dance competition sanctioned by the Urban Dance & Educational Foundation has become a premier stop in the South. Scores of impossibly acrobatic b-boys and girls battle it out in crews, evolving what started in the Bronx during the Seventies by incorporating martial arts and gymnastics for a $4,000 grand prize. Performing DJs include Bles One, Silent Rob, Element, Floski, and Boogie Beats.
    Sat., Oct. 21, 5pm
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    L.A. Witch, Rotten Mangos

    2017 remains awash in mixed-gender or entirely distaff bands worshipping at the altar of the Jesus & Mary Chain. Sinister lyrics sleepily intoned through a river of reverb atop a Ramones biker flick soundtrack produced by Phil Spector, L.A. Witch are the latest queens of this scene. Their self-titled debut’s a tail-kicker.
    Sat., Oct. 21, 8pm
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