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Monday's music picks: Mutiod Man, Ben Ballinger

Mutoid Man and Indian Handcrafts at Sidewinder. The opening for the new club that replaces Red Eyed Fly was fast-tracked, and manager Tyson Swindell, who moves over from Red 7, says Mutoid Man is a good fit for opening night. 108 more words

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Sunday's music picks: ZZ Ward, Bill Callahan

ZZ Ward at Emo’s. The 29-year-old singer and guitar slinger’s 2012 debut “Til the Casket Drops” was an solid platter of bluesy rock. The album had a post-hip-hop sensibility bolstered by guest appearances from Kendrick Lamar and Freddie Gibbs and production credits to Ali Shaheed Mohammed and Pete Rock. 218 more words

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Saturday's music picks: Old 97's, Kelly Clarkson

Texas Heritage Festival at Fair Market. As beer-sponsored events go, this one’s pretty cool: Lone Star paid for a diverse range of five solid-drawing Texas acts — … 343 more words

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Friday's music picks: Nashville P, Dierks Bentley

Red 7 closing bash. For nine years, Red 7 has presented a broad mix of adventurous rock, grimy garage punk and indie hip-hop. Earlier this summer, owners announced they had been unable to negotiate a pending rent increase and would close the club. 242 more words

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Thursday's music picks: Sphynx, Shivery Shakes

Summer nights finale at Empire. Vagabond Collective and 101X send the summer out in style with an Austin indie celebration headlined by excellent glam pop trio Sphynx. 155 more words

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Wednesday's music picks: Cowboys & Indians, Barbara Nesbitt

Texas Radio Live with Cowboys & Indians and Barbara Nesbitt at Guero’s. Sun Radio’s weekly broadcast from the oak garden attached to Guero’s Taco Bar can get a little hot in the summertime, but there’s plenty of shade from the trees and table umbrellas, as well as a misting system. 165 more words

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Tuesday's music picks: Quiet Company, Brennen Leigh

The Wine Down with Quiet Company at ACL Live. Escape the evening heat and the early week doldrums as Austin Music Foundation presents the final installment of the summer happy hour series with popular local rock outfit Quiet Company. 114 more words

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