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    Lera Lynn, David Ramirez

    The most extraordinary aspect of Lera Lynn’s fifth album emerges in its lush and expansive indie-tinted sound, surprising given that the Nashville-based songwriter produced and played every instrument on the recording herself. Aptly titled On My Own, it still anchors on Lynn’s intoxicatingly dark and sultry vocals, like Cat Power alternating between aching vulnerability and devastating defiance. Opener David Ramirez adds his own tumultuous emotional climate, stirring through 2020’s love and heartbreak cycle My Love Is a Hurricane and this year’s spiritually rent Backslider EP.
    Fri., Dec. 3, 7pm
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    Gio Chamba, Tiarra Girls, Los Alcos

    Houston duo Fernando Valdez and Josh Guzman yield high-energy electro cumbia and tropical bass, last year collaborating on a string of singles with Corpus Christi screwmbia pioneer Principe Q.
    Fri., Dec. 3, 9pm
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    Sobbrs, Flora & Fawna, Lainey Gonzales

    Offering ideally teary-eyed context for a night of heart-on-the-sleeve diva-pop, Friday’s concert will be the Mexico-born, superstar-aspiring Sobbrs’ last hometown performance before he decamps for L.A. With a singing voice that suggests Brendon Urie attempting a seductive coo and a wardrobe exploding with rouge-infused color like a Pedro Almodóvar film come to life, Sobbrs puts himself forward with a bold style that reaches far past the understandably low-budget production on his albums. Catch him live before some Hollywood agent does and makes him a star. Flora & Fawna and Lainey Gonzales support.
    Fri., Dec. 3, 10pm
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