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  • Songwriters Series: Toni Price

    "The 57-year-old singer has carved out a special place here in the live music capital, where she owns one of the most extraordinary local legacies of any musician in the last 30 years." - Kevin Curtin, Austin Chronicle
    Fri., Aug. 24, 8pm  
    Threadgill's North
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    Kokefest w/ Aaron Watson, Mark Chesnutt, Mike Ryan

    KOKE-FM remains the soundtrack to Austin’s progressive country movement of the Seventies, so when the frequency resurrected in 2012, it spliced a decidedly Texas ethos into country radio. Now, KOKE Fest trends behind Lone Star heavy hitters, including resurgent Underdog Aaron Watson and Nineties hitmaker Mark Chesnutt on Friday. Whiskey Myers and a host of rising Texas country kickers round out the weekend.
    Fri., Aug. 10
    Hutto Park on Brushy Creek
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    Andy Pickett, Mamalarky, HYAH

    Psychedelia goes to church. Forming here as a rock trio in middle school, Mamalarky’s since broken into the L.A. indie scene with 2018 EP Fundamental Thrive Hive, a colorful soundscape textured in jazz piano, blues drums, and psych-pop melodies.
    Fri., Aug. 10, 9pm
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    Ski Mask the Slump God, Bandhunta Izzy, Danny Towers

    Trying to rap along to Stokeley Goulbourne is a fool’s errand. Some of the sharpest, most elastic flow in hip-hop, the 22-year-old South Florida MC fits more syllables into one measure than most can manage in a bar. Where his peers jumble rhymes over distorted trap beats, XXL’s Hip-Hop Freshman Class 2018 member conducts a refreshing emphasis in word play, carrying the torch of lyrical luminaries before from Eminem to Busta Rhymes.
    Fri., Aug. 10, 8pm
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    Dead Horse, Force Fed, Protest, Omega Wolf, Worm Suicide

    Last round-up for veteran Lone Star threshing machine.
    Fri., Aug. 10, 9pm
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    Jesse Marchant, Daphne tunes

    NYC-via-Montreal troubadour Jesse Marchant ditched his JBM stage name for a self-titled 2014 release, revitalizing distinctly tranquil folk-rock. The singer’s fourth album, Illusion of Love, drapes his weathered baritone over atmospheric synth for pensive, lovelorn output. Former Growl frontman Santiago Dietche opens under indie-pop moniker Daphne Tunes, adorned by his band’s mellow, upbeat backing. Latest “Turn” offers a comfortingly warm, guitar-led slow dance.
    Fri., Aug. 10, 9pm
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    Sigala

    Standing behind a cluster of filters and knobs, Bruce Fielder preps his forthcoming Brighter Days, 16 tracks referencing euphoric house, vamped funk shuffles, and syncopated dancehall. The UK producer’s debut brims with native chart toppers and Gold-certified cuts, including the Nile Rodgers-assisted “Give Me Your Love,” house throwback “Sweet Lovin’,” Jackson 5 sampler “Easy Love,” and Mariah Carey mash-up “Say You Do.”
    Fri., Aug. 10, 9pm
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    ATLiens, Eliminate

    Masked electro from the ATL.
    Fri., Aug. 10, 10pm
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