The Good Music Club: The Boxing Lesson

Breakout or knock-out, the local trio's gaining momentum

Based on local gigging alone, 2012 is shaping up as a breakout year for Austin's Boxing Lesson. As these three live clips from the ND at 501 Studios demonstrate, the proggy psych-rockers generate big sounds in a tight configuration. Catch them next Thursday, July 26, at Hotel Vegas, headlining a free show with Puraphram and the ever hot Residual Kid.

"Endless Possibilities"


"Eat Your Heart Out"


"Better Daze"


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