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  • Skull Mechanix One-Year Anniversary

    Beer, art and music are Skull Mechanix's passions. They brew beer designed for the working class and enthusiasts alike. Their beer stimulates the finer mechanics of your skull. They want you to see, smell and taste their dedication to craft beer, or you can think of them as "Mechanics for your Head!" Either way, they have 16 different styles to chose from along with guest ciders and wine in their large indoor beer garden.
    Skull Mechanix Brewing
  • Soul of a Musician Series presents: Barbara Nesbitt

    Join Threadgill's for a free, intimate, family-friendly performance series featuring music & conversation with Austin's finest musicians & songwriters, hosted by St. Matthew's.
    Sun. March 24, 6:30pm-8:30pm
    Threadgill's North
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    The Body, Lingua Ignota, Expander

    Extreme Rhode Island experimentalists maintain I Have Fought Against It, But I Can’t Any Longer.
    Wed., July 25, 8pm 
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    Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks, Soccer Mommy

    Stephen Malkmus fronts the Jicks now twice as long as the decade his seminal Nineties indie band Pavement lasted, and this year’s seventh LP Sparkle Hard lands among his career best. The Portlander’s sharp hooks, slack vocals, and crooked lyrics remain bedrock. SXSW standout Sophie Allison (aka Nashville’s Soccer Mommy) stacks the bill with the understated bite of 2018 debut LP Clean.
    Wed., July 25, 6:30pm 
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    Manwolves, The Slaps, Shallow Alcove, St. Ladro

    Evanston, Ill., home base to Northwestern University, produced high school friends going by the name Manwolves long before they became a band. The sextet bonded over rap and exchanged stories about the music in their parents’ collections, soon forming a low-maintenance jazz-rap act under the name everyone already knew them by. Still without an album, this regional tour testifies to their raw talent and that of openers the Slaps, an indie rock outfit also from Chicago.
    Wed., July 25, 8pm 
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