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  • Songwriters Series: Guy Forsyth

    Austin's Guy Forsyth has long enjoyed praise for his dazzling live shows and rich Americana and blues roots sound. His songs incorporate a unique mixture of styles and his sound is at once polished, raw, compelling, and irresistibly rump-shaking.
    Sat. Jan. 26th, 8pm  
    Threadgill's North
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    Mom Jeans, Just Friends, Awakebutstillinbed, Retirement Party

    Cali quartet Mom Jeans broke out on 2016 breakup piece Best Buds, debuting an intuitive knack for earnest emo aesthetics upheld by acoustic guitar and questionable coping mechanisms. Follow-up Puppy Love buckles down under Eric Butler’s lovelorn delivery. Power-pop-adjacent friends include fellow Golden State octet Just Friends, churning out heavy-hitting funk, hip-hop, and jazz on latest Nothing but Love. San Jose’s Awakebutstillinbed and jittery Chicago trio Retirement Party open.
    Tue., Nov. 13, 6:30pm 
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    Death From Above, Le Butcherettes

    Dance punk, like it’s 2001 in Toronto.
    Tue., Nov. 13, 6:30pm 

    Low Cut Connie, Ruby Boots

    A two-night stand testifies to Low Cut Connie’s live prowess. Explosive pianist/vocalist Adam Weiner brings cabaret chops to bear on the Philadelphians’ rock and soul rhythms. The latter half of the sextet’s lascivious two-parter Dirty Pictures came out earlier this year. Opener Ruby Boots taps an unexpected sweet spot linking Lucinda Williams and Mazzy Star’s Hope Sandoval.
    Tue., Nov. 13, 8pm 
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    Charlie Hunter Trio

    Thumping bass and ethereal guitar grace emit from Charlie Hunter’s custom seven- and eight-string axes. The Rhode Island-born Bay Area dweller rose to prominence in the Nineties when his eponymous trio translated blues angst and funk tension into contemporary acid jazz. Later, the guitarist’s patented polyrhythmic riffs helped define contemporary neo-soul on tracks by D’Angelo, Norah Jones, and Frank Ocean.
    Tue., Nov. 13, 7:30pm 
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