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    Haley Heynderickx

    On March debut I Need to Start a Garden, Haley Heynderickx wades through melodic loneliness, her lyricism set against a motif overgrown with greenery and praying mantises – a garden both mental and physical. Channeling Joni Mitchell and Leonard Cohen, the Portland, Ore., native employs fingerpicked folk to muse about everything from existential crises and death (“Show You a Body”) to everyday embarrassment (“Oom Sha La La”). Heynderickx embraces uncertainty and the strange beauty that comes with it. – Libby Webster
    Tue., June 26, 8pm 
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    Screwfest 2018 w/ Lil Keke, Lil Flip, ESG, Big Pokey

    DJ Screw (1971-2000) cemented his place in Southern music lore through his turntables, but the late Robert Earl Davis Jr., born in Smithville, began as a classical pianist at age 9. Three years later, his spinning touched off over 200 mixtapes that shaped Houston rap and trap in general. Screwfest, begun in 2006, pays homage to two pillars of Texas culture: a screw scene by the likes of H-town’s Lil’ Keke, member of Davis’ original Screwed Up Click, and neighbor Lil’ Flip, and what Southern rappers can’t shut up about – cars. – Clara Wang
    Tue., June 26, 7pm
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    Stars, A.J. Lambert [outdoor]

    Approaching 20 years of slow-burning musicianship, Toronto’s Stars reassembled for last year’s sweeping, electro-pop platter There Is No Love in Fluorescent Light. Latest nostalgic single “One Day Left” offers a shimmering duet from founder Torquil Campbell and Amy Millan of Broken Social Scene. Granddaughter of Frank Sinatra, AJ Lambert opens with honeyed standards and modern picks alike. Indoors, locals Night Glitter ply psychedelic synth-pop serenity, sometimes in French. – Rachel Rascoe
    Tue., June 26, 6:30pm 
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    Rotten Mangos

    ATX psych residency.
    Tue., June 26, 8pm
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