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  • Latin at Heart Single Release show - Live Stream (Postponed)

    Latin at Heart celebrates their first official release, the Single "Where Love Can Stay", with a full band show live-streamed from the stage at One2One Bar. The show launches the 2020 season also featuring three new band members and FIVE new songs. Join them for 90 minutes of Latin at Heart's unique brand of rock n' roll!
    Postponed  
    One-2-One Bar
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    Cass McCombs, Air Waves

    Tip of the Sphere, ninth LP from Cass McCombs, rambles with the Californian’s winking charm and cryptically poetic musing. As stylistically malleable and restless as ever, the album patiently dishes psychedelic folk wanderings, shimmering pop ballads, and heavy-chorded classic rock tones. Brooklyn’s Air Waves chimes first with the dreamy indie-pop of last year’s Warrior.
    Fri., Oct. 18, 9pm 
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    Max Richter w/ American Contemporary Music Ensemble & Grace Davidson

    German-born and British-reared, Max Richter, 53, crafts bold classical music (recomposition of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons) and politically conscious compositions (the anti-violence The Blue Notebooks and anti-hustle Sleep). The pianist of prolific film and ballet scores currently tours music from his score to HBO’s The Leftovers and a 60-minute version of his eight-hour concert Sleep. Richter emailed from the road. Austin Chronicle: Could you discuss why Sleep encourages people to unplug? Max Richter: One of the things that started me writing Sleep was realizing that we’re moving toward a culture suited very well to corporations while eroding some basic human experiences. That really valuable and speculative “not really doing anything in particular” space has been taken from us by our screens. Or we have taken it from ourselves. Insomnia is on the rise. We are wired. But we are more than units of production and consumption. Sleep is a manifesto for a slower pace of existence. My hope is that the project can work as a pause button on the digital universe; an invitation to step off the hamster wheel. AC: What are you currently listening to? MR: It’s the Beethoven anniversary year, so I’m revisiting his music, which is a huge pleasure. I’m also listening to a lot of Little Richard and his contemporaries. I love the rawness and energy of that material. AC: Do you have any favorite electronic artists right now? MR: Arca and the Haxan Cloak would be a couple I’ve enjoyed recently. Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, too. AC: Who’s your favorite rock band? MR: Khruangbin are a bit of a favourite right now. AC: What so-called “guilty pleasures” would you admit to? MR: King Gizzard are definitely a pleasure, guilty or not.
    Fri., Oct. 18, 8pm 
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    The Deer (album release), Ley Line, Big Cedar Fever

    ASMR all the rage now, no one’s voice tingles like Grace Park’s. On the Deer’s fourth LP Do No Harm, the frontwoman’s only grown more captivating, at times cozy and intimate, and at others levitating dramatically amongst the quintet’s increasingly lush, decreasingly folky arrangements. Global ATX groovers Ley Line and harmonious Western swingers Big Cedar Fever open.
    Fri., Oct. 18, 9pm 
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    Hovvdy, Caroline Says

    Austin indie rock duo Hovvdy go big on third album Heavy Lifter, amping up rhythmic instincts with hip-hop-inspired beats and Auto-Tuned tweaks. The Double Double Whammy-backed band recently debuted “Mr. Lee,” a deceptively simple caricature built on sunny pop. Opener Caroline Says carries the folk-touched rock of local Caroline Sallee.
    Fri., Oct. 18, 9pm 
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    Austin String Band Festival

    Steam Machine, Lone Piñon, Jesse Leger & Bosco Stomp, Big City Fever, Stovetop Rangers, and much more.
    Fri.-Sun., Oct. 18-20 
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    Steve Gunn

    Ex-Kurt Vile shredder.
    Fri., Oct. 18, 10pm 
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    Deceased, Flesh Hoarder, Ungrieved

    Legacy grave robbers Deceased saw the victory of 2018’s seventh LP Ghostly White wrestled from the butcher metal mainstays when drummer Dave Castillo died suddenly. The core of King Fowley, Les Snyder, and Mike Smith endures, and for three decades in that Arlington, Va., trio alone. At this divine biker dive, 13 thrashing minutes of “Germ of Distorted Lore” will come alive like the undead.
    Fri., Oct. 18, 9pm 
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    Infected Mushroom (DJ set)

    DJ set from the Israeli psytrance duo.
    Fri., Oct. 18, 9pm 
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