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    Indie Orchestra benefiting HAAM w/ Unwound Sound, A Giant Dog, Caleb De Casper, Daniel Fears, promqueen, Thor & Friends [Austin Media Center]

    A kind of centrifuge, Brent Baldwin’s Indie Orchestra (I/O) has transformed the songs of Austin artists across genres with a glorious whirlwind of orchestral and choral arrangements since 2014. This year’s installment, benefiting HAAM, brings Sabrina Ellis back to the stage, now taking a Bite with A Giant Dog. Caleb De Casper’s dramatic dance floor electro-glam demands orchestral backing, as does promqueen’s provocative mix of breathless rap and beat-heavy pop. Daniel Fears’ subtly smooth R&B readies for reinvention, while Thor & Friends offer up their experimental percussion to the cause. – Doug Freeman
    Thu., Feb. 1, 8pm 
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    ericdoa, bixby [control room]

    Angsty, glitchy, brash bastion of the Spotify-encouraged hyperpop genre, a teenage ericdoa signed to Interscope in 2021, alongside his frequent collaborator glaive. In Eric George Lopez’s case, glitchcore and emo-rap labels also stick. More signs of the times leading up to this month’s album DOA (which stands for “dead on arrival”): “sad4whattt” debuted on HBO’s Euphoria in 2022, while last year’s impassioned “>one” partnered with the video game Valorant. With less electronics than his tourmate, Los Angeles’ bixby brings saccharine but similarly punchy indie pop with titles like “are you sleeping alone again?” on Dylan Brady of 100 gecs’ imprint, Dog Show Records.– Rachel Rascoe
    Thu., Feb. 1, 8pm 
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