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This year's Chaos in Tejas blobs Austin

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Local punk propagator Timmy Hefner's Chaos in Tejas festival bum rushes town next weekend, overtaking most of Red River. As always, he's got a nice mix of old and new.

It's the first year any sort of hip-hop or dance music has surfaced among the punk and hardcore, and we're super excited to see NOLA bouncers Katey Red and Vockah Redu on the schedule, as well as SF ladies Grass Widow, Bone Awl, Slang, the Box Elders, and Jersey basement destroyers Rorschach.

Some shows are already sold out. Check here for times and the full updated lineup.

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