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    Japanese Breakfast, Snail Mail, Football Etc.

    Michelle Zauner pop-influenced her bandmates in indie rocker Little Big League before releasing her first solo album as Japanese Breakfast in 2016. Psychopomp was written while the Korean-American singer-songwriter cared for her late mother, and last year’s Soft Sounds From Another Planet changed her mind about quitting music entirely, shoegaze in Zauner’s lilting voice. Maryland’s Lindsey Jordan is a teenage singer-songwriter fronting Snail Mail, a favored indie pick at this year’s SXSW.
    Tue., April 10, 7pm 
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    Sirenia, Threat Signal, Valinor Excelsior, Niviane

    Norwegian symphonic goth metal from Emmanuelle Zoldan and Morten Veland (Tristania).
    Tue., April 10, 7pm 
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    King Krule

    Archy Marshall remains dark, murky, feverish. Since his debut EP as King Krule in 2011, the South Londoner, 23, has prompted comparisons to both Chet Baker and Gang Starr. Last October’s The Ooz continued the trend, jazzy instrumentals dripping over Marshall’s raw snarl with sounds ranging from grunge (“Dum Surfer”) and faded trip-hop (“Biscuit Town”) to piano broods (“Cadet Limbo”).
    Tue., April 10, 7pm 
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    Toni Price

    Resplendent in silver, blue, and gold, Toni Price stole the charisma crown from Lucinda Williams in February at the Austin Music Awards. Inducted into the AMA Hall of Fame, the former queen of South Congress gave a 1,000-watt smile upon her exit. The same doesn’t hold true of the blues diva’s exit from a three-decade “hippie hour” residency at the Continental Club, but her first post-Congress Avenue Tuesday residency at this deep South Austin eatery will illustrate her overdue honors.
    Tuesdays, 8pm
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