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    Rostam, Sam Buck

    Producing your favorite indie bops (Carly Rae Jepsen, Haim, Frank Ocean) and sonic wizard behind Vampire Weekend, Rostam Batmanglij went solo in 2016 with atmospheric heartbreak single “Gravity Don’t Pull Me.” Joint folk/rock album, I Had a Dream That You Were Mine, with Hamilton Leithauser followed, then solo full-length Half-Light dropped last year. Its warm and experimental art-rock fuses classical sounds with haunting electro synths.
    Thu., April 5, 9pm
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    Southern Culture on the Skids

    Beginning Thursday, almost three dozen acts soundtrack a cruise through 12 venues hosting the 17th annual Lonestar Round-up. Chicken shack fryers Southern Culture on the Skids man the Continental Club all week. Find the full schedule of events at www.lonestarroundup.com/schedule.
    April 3-7, 11:59pm
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    Black Tiger Sex Machine

    Behind sleek, black animal masks, Julien Maranda, Patrick Barry, and Marc-André Chagnon glow dubstep, trap, and electro from Canada. BTSM also boasts a light show that matches the dystopian vision of this month’s New Worlds, their second album. Explosive, crashing bass music remains this trio’s forte.
    Thu., April 5, 8pm
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    Red Shahan

    Lest anyone think Lubbock’s fertile songwriting fields have been fully harvested, Red Shahan represents a new crop of flatlanders. Debut long-player, 2015’s Men & Coyotes set Shahan’s star rising on the Red Dirt circuit, but this month’s Culberson County on Thirty Tigers promises broader breakout potential. Shahan’s nostalgic narratives and roaring guitars capture the beauty and frustration of West Texas, like a Ryan Bingham of the plains.
    Thu., April 5, 8pm
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