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    Steve Hauschildt, Michael C. Sharp, Curved Light, Kro

    Alum of experimental Ohio noise trio Emeralds, Chicago-based Steve Hauschildt takes a step toward dance on his seventh studio LP, 2018’s Dissolvi, the intersection of ambient, IDM, and minimal techno. Sungod kosmische and multi-instrumentalist space explorer Michael C. Sharp elaborates analog synth inflections, representing Austin’s Holodeck Records alongside Curved Light, the alias of modular synth devotee Peter Tran.
    Sun., Dec. 2, 9pm
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    King's X, Peace & the Chaos, Rockingham, Butter Sweet

    Three decades in, Katy’s mighty King’s X keeps on despite not having committed its Beatlesque prog metal to tape in 10 years. Activity flurries next year, though, with the release of a new album and an authorized biography by noted enthusiast Greg Prato. Fellow power trios round out the eardrum damage, including Beaumont’s Peace & the Chaos and Austin’s Rockingham (with Bobby Landgraf) and Butter Sweet (featuring Chris Maresh).
    Sun., Dec. 2, 8pm 
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    Snoop Dogg, Too Short, Warren G, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, B-Legit

    Mad Nineties hip-hop legends stack behind groundbreaking R&B fusion from Bone Thugs-n-Harmony and West Coast G-funk by Snoop Dogg, Too $hort, and Warren G. Patron saint of the smooth, the headlining Calvin Broadus promotes last month’s Wu-Tang album collab The Lost Tapes, while Warren G has gone from producing albums to documentaries with this year’s G-Funk.
    Sun., Dec. 2, 7pm 
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    The Band Perry, Makuta

    Big-box country sibs.
    Sun., Dec. 2, 8pm 
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