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Austin Events: September 7 – 9

September 7, 2010

Hey hey, how about that commentary?  Anyway, hope everyone had a great long Labor Day weekend!  Here are Austin’s best music events through Thursday.  Come back Friday to see what’s happening this weekend.

Tuesday, September 7th

Downtown Live! Concert Series at The Belmont

This week’s FREE concert at the Belmont are funk/soul band Mingo Fishtrap.  Be there around 7 pm.

Born To Lose, Say Hello To The Angels, and No Champions

Check out a punk and hard rock show tonight at Red Eyed Fly.  Doors at 9 pm.

Driftwood with Arthur Yoria, Kiko Villamizar, Naga Valli and Jim Trainer

KUT’s World Music Night at Momo’s rages on.  Doors at 6:30 pm, and as usual, student cover is $5, regular is $7.

Wednesday, September 8th

Sherwood, The Dangerous Summer, Soletta

Some sunny indie pop at Stubb’s on Wednesday.  Doors are at 9 pm.  Tickets are $12 and you can buy them here.

The Rumble: Pure Ecstasy, Soft Healer, Sleep Over

Another in the series of FREE shows at Beerland.  Doors open at 10 pm.

Vanessa and Jason Lively Welcome Home Show

The Austin singer-songwriter brings her show to the Cactus Cafe for FREE.  Doors at 8:30 pm.

Screaming Females

Check out some chick metal at Mohawk tomorrow night.  Doors at 10 pm.

Thursday, September 9th

Autolux

Eerie-noise rock band Autolux plays for FREE at Waterloo, Thursday at 5 pm.

101X Presents Autolux with Gold Panda, Pure Ecstasy

Check it out at Emo’s, doors at 9 pm.  Tickets are $10 and you can buy them here.

KGSR’s Unplugged at the Grove with Sahara Smith

This up-and-coming local singer will play KGSR’s FREE concert series at The Shady Grove.  Be there around 8 pm.

Jean Piche

See some truly avant-garde methods in music creation at UT’s McCullough Theatre.  Doors at 8 pm.  Tickets are $22 ($10 for students) and you can buy them here.

From the promoter:

Presented in partnership with the Butler School of Music

Texas Performing Arts invites you to push the envelope of new music with pioneering composer and video artist Jean Piché. Since the early 1970s, he was one of the first composers to employ emerging digital audio technologies in a cycle of fixed media works acknowledged as seminal to the form. His works cross every genre of electro-acoustics but now center on video-music in which electronic visuals become an extension of musical discourse. His work aims for poetic expression beyond any avowed formalism, while alternately described as confounding, colorful and virtuosic.

The Sour Notes and SORNE

Check out a local band over at Club de Ville.  The cover is $5.  Doors at 9 pm.

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