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for Fri., Dec. 8
  • Soul of a Musician Series w/ Woody Russell

    The series provides an intimate musical encounter with some of Austin’s finest musicians. Though it is a concert, it is more than that. Sun., April 22, 6pm. Free.
    Threadgill's North
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    Wye Oak

    Snarking stringers Folk Uke and shoegazers Moving Panoramas provide perfect local setup for Wye Oak’s electro daydreams. Baltimore duo Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack drift soothingly psychedelic on 2014 breakout Shriek, which roils to a pummel live. Last year’s leftovers collection Tween evolves from indie guitar roar to synth-tinged washes and new, more danceable grooves.
    Fri., Dec. 8, 8:30pm 
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    Hacke de Picciotto, Toxic Water, Radarcave

    ATX’s Northside circus bar strikes the experimental mother lode when nomadic duo Alexander Hacke (Einstürzende Neubauten) and prolific artist/musician Danielle de Picciotto drop jaws under the bigtop with soundscapes chockablock with everything from throat-singing to hurdy-gurdy. Local hosts Toxic Water, of Crust and Bipolar Gentlemen pedigree, hammer and slide homemade instruments with ghostly vocals after Radarcave’s (Evil Triplet/Terminal Mind’s Steve Marsh) ambient explorations.
    Fri., Dec. 8, 9pm
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    Ray Bonneville, Gurf Morlix

    Canadian Jimmy LaFave crony and accompanying headsman.
    Fri., Dec. 8, 7pm
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    Bully, Smut

    Alicia Bognanno’s Nashville grunge welcomes Cincinnati shoegaze.
    Fri., Dec. 8, 8pm 
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    The Slackers, Skatastrophics, The Inverters

    Enduring highlight of ska’s lackluster third wave, NYC horn-heavy trad troupe the Slackers – fronted by soulful Rancid affiliate keyboardist Vic Ruggiero – spotlights their epic catalog with three nights of full album performances. Friday calls up 2001’s eclectic Wasted Days, Saturday reignites 2006’s underrated Peculiar, and Sunday closes with 1997 Hellcat Records classic Redlight.
    Fri., Dec. 8, 9pm 
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    Big Bill record release w/ Annabelle Chairlegs, Big Bill, The Infinites, Pollen RX

    Over the past five years, local art-punk weirdos Big Bill have proven a ubiquitous force of virile noise. Finally, the fourpiece’s insanity is contained to debut LP Stand by Your Bill, no small feat. Thrumming with angular, clashing, far-out post-punk dissonance led by Eric Braden’s singular, alien-esque voice, the record also captures the energy of the band’s colorful, borderline-unhinged live presence.
    Fri., Dec. 8, 9pm
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    Ruthie Foster

    A night of gospel folk from the burger-loving mount.
    Fri., Dec. 8, 10pm
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