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for Sat., July 8
  • 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
  • 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
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  • Music

    Hatred Surge (final performance), Peace Decay, Scorched Earth, Ninth Circle, Burnt Skull [outside]

    For those braving the heaving, howling waves of Texas hardcore, no band quite reaches across the waters like Hatred Surge. Though the powerviolence trio officially disbanded in 2013, its members continued to trawl even heavier depths, surfacing in some of the last decade’s heaviest warhorses: Power Trip, Mammoth Grinder, Impalers. Gathered together for a “final” one-off performance in honor of departed sometime-bandmate Wade Allison, they now curate the future of the genre. Carrying the uncommon influence of Japanese hardcore, Peace Decay highlights a fierce ATX supporting slate rounded out by manic D-beaters Scorched Earth, blackened crusters Ninth Circle, and scrape rockers Burnt Skull.
    Sat., July 8, 9pm 
  • Music

    Shinyribs, Kelley Mickwee

    During the pandemic, Shinyribs pitmaster Kevin Russell holed up like everyone else. At a distanced lunch at the Mueller food trucks, he described practically hallucinating in his home studio while solo recording 2021’s Late Night TV Gold. Bouncing back – bouncing, shimmying, rubbing, swaying – with full-band follow-up Transit Damage, he and honorary Austinite Steve Berlin of Los Lobos produced a horn-sexy hip-shaker on the order of Shinyribs peaks I Got Your Medicine (2017) and Fog & Bling (2019). Expect a Stax-like review at the Paramount. Hallucinations optional.
    Sat., July 8, 8pm 
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