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for Thu., March 8
  • New Years Eve's Eve's Eve w/ Magnifico + Olé ELO

    Celebrate New Years Eve's Eve's Eve at the North Door with Austin's energetic Queen tribute band, Magnifico, and Olé ELO – Austin’s very own, 12-piece Electric Light Orchestra tribute group! 21+ $12 pre-sale/$15 at the door. Tickets on sale now!
    Sat. Dec. 29, 8:30pm  
    North Door
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    Bicoastal synth-pop psych duo revisits its heyday on fourth LP Little Dark Age.
    Thu., March 8, 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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    Mura Masa

    Alex Crossan, 21, moved on from piling up SoundCloud plays from his bedroom Ableton productions to earning Grammy attention for his eponymous debut. Born on the British island of Guernsey, the producer blends hip-hop and house with assists from English grime star Stormzy, British pop singer Charli XCX, and New York rapper A$AP Rocky, among others. Grammy noms for Best Dance/Electronic Album and Best Recording Package followed.
    Thu., March 8, 7pm 
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    Hotel Vegas & the Volstead's 7 year anniversary w/ 77 bands

    This alt-indie garage palace arrived fully formed and instantly established, brandishing Austin rock’s hippest millennial acts. This birthday show boasts the venue’s characteristic ambition and flair: 77 bands, DJs, and comedians playing seven stages from 1pm, including such Hotel Vegas-nurtured superstars as Sweet Spirit, Big Bill, Sailor Poon, Borzoi, Moving Panoramas, Shivery Shakes, Residual Kid, and several semi-trailers’ more. With $1.77 drink specials and $7 burgers, seven is your lucky number!
    Thu., March 8, 1:30pm
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    Dorothy, Those Damn Eyes

    Signed to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation label, this Los Angeles blues-rock outfit fronted by Dorothy Martin debunks the title of its 2016 debut Rockisdead with thunderous riffs, rocksteady drum punches, and the frontwoman’s raspy vox. March 16 follow-up 28 Days in the Valley rides that theme behind a more vulnerable exterior, single “Flawless” trading in some of the grit for softer country.
    Thu., March 8, 8:30pm
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