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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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    Austin Music Video Festival w/ Neon Indian

    Continuing through Saturday 8, ATX’s fourth annual music video marathon begins its slew of screenings, workshops, and afterparties by marrying visuals with live music. Tuesday on Sixth Street, closet filmmaker Alan Palomo (aka Neon Indian) debuts his latest homegrown short with live synthesizer accompaniment. Hump day at the North Door follows with former local (Morgan) Sorne encoring his “post-apocalyptic narrative” live and solo. Full schedule: www.amvfest.com/schedule.
    Tue., Dec. 4, 7pm 
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    Emma Ruth Rundle, Jaye Jayle, Deep Cross

    Kentucky’s finest brooders, Rundle and Jayle, converge once more after 2017’s split EP The Time Between Us. 2018 prompted a solo album from each, Rundle’s On Dark Horses offering a thundering album with underpinnings of Americana and Jayle’s No Trail and Other Unholy Paths dropping eight fuzzy, gothic tracks with gravelly vocals. Together, the two make music – and a show – that’s dark, heavy, and sexy. Deep Cross opens.
    Tue., Dec. 4, 9pm 
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