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for Fri., June 30
  • Sue Foley - One Guitar Woman

    An evening dedicated to the pioneering women of guitar Prepare for a captivating musical journey with "One Guitar Woman", Sue Foley’s new solo acoustic tribute to female pioneers of guitar.
    Sat. June 1, 8pm  
    The 04 Center
  • Concerts in the Dark

    Concerts in the Dark presents Dark Side of the Moon, Beatles Full Moon, and Norwegian Classical Guitarist Christina Sandsengen.
    May 19, 23, 25  
    ATX Unplugged
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    One Be Lo, Shelly Knicks, Norman BA$E, Ben Buck, Dub Equis

    If one were to anthologize the most vital work of independent hip-hop around the turn of the millennium, Binary Star’s “Reality Check” would be the compilation’s perfect deep cut. In 2000, the duo – that’d formed two years prior in prison – released an astonishingly sure-footed and lyrically original debut with Masters of the Universe, then broke up soon after. Binary Star’s co-founder One Be Lo, aka OneManArmy, went on to release a series of heady, often thematic solo records with titles that are extensive acronyms, while also releasing headphone-melting beat tapes. Austin luminaries Shelly Knicks, Norman Ba$e, Ben Buck, and Dub Equis make the scene.
    Fri., June 30, 7pm. $10 cover.
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    Alexi 8bit (single release), Painterly, Modern Sophia

    Ever want to experience the energy of early 2020 quarantine? Maybe jazzy bedroom-pop, while the Animal Crossing soundtrack blasts from your Switch? The Ballroom’s lineup has got you covered with music that feels like euphoric levitating in virtual reality. The synth-pop-heavy night commemorates the release of Alexi 8bit’s newest lo-fi joyride “Again.” 8bit’s name perfectly encapsulates the animated-video-game-sounding music she creates, like diving through the water level of a complicated Zelda puzzle. Accompanied by bubbly pop dynamo Painterly and the luxuriated, Erykah Badu-esque musings of Modern Sophia, the night is sure to be a cooldown for this hot summer.
    Fri., June 30, 7pm 
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