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  • Fall Out Boy

    Fall Out Boy will bring their M A N I A Tour with Machine Gun Kelly plus special guest nothing, nowhere to the Frank Erwin Center on Sept. 23!
    Sun., Sept. 23, 7pm  
    Frank Erwin Center
  • Malia Moore Benefit

    Featuring Two Hoots & a Holler w/ Rick Broussard, Ray Arteaga, Erin Jaimes & Jimmie Dreams, & Twilight Trio. Donations accepted and silent auction to benefit Malia's ongoing care and Lissencephaly Research.
    Sat., Sept. 22, 5pm
    Threadgill's World HQ
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    Sonic Transmissions presents Rob Mazurek, Thor & Friends, Rick Reed & Tara Bhattacharya Reed

    Festival contracted to a concert series, Sonic Transmissions launches year four with Rob Mazurek, one of the avant-jazz world’s most prolific artists. The Chicago cornetist performs with the Chicago Underground Duo/Trio, Sao Paulo Underground, the Exploding Star Orchestra, and more. Local percussionist Thor Harris & Friends and experimental electronicists Rick & Tara Reed open. Organizer Ingebrigt Häker Flaten and DJ Cross spin between sets.
    Thu., March 1, 8pm
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    Black Pumas

    Following a seven-performance outing during SXSW, Black Pumas return to its regularly scheduled residency on South Congress. The psych-soul Austin sextet just teased a debut LP with “Black Moon Rising.” Eric Burton shines on the cut with the voice of a budding R&B star, but you have to bear witness live to see his James Brown dance moves.
    Thursdays, 10pm
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    Maceo Plex

    Dallas house heads recall watching Eric Estornel DJ at skating rinks before he shot to fame as Maceo Plex. Now Spain-based, his summer anthems of deep house thick with enough dark enough funk to presage subterranean, melodic techno from acts like Italy’s Tale of Us and Mind Against. Pushing the same on his Ellum imprint, Estornel then founded Lone Romantic for 2017’s Solar and the resurrection of electro and IDM moniker Mariel Ito.
    Thu., March 1, 9pm 
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