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Following additional than a yr of pandemic shutdowns, are living new music has mostly returned to the Austin location in latest months. Here’s a handful of suggested exhibits close to town for June 17-23, from major-name functions in much larger venues to sleeper picks in scaled-down places.

Thursday: Los Sundowns, Nuevo, Suzanna Choffel at C-Boy’s. A uncommon upside of bands not playing gigs throughout the pandemic was that some intriguing studio collaborations arose. Thursday evenings in June at C-Boy’s set a spotlight on two such initiatives that enhance just about every other beautifully. Nuevo, which kicks items off at 10 p.m., describes its songs as “Tejano soul” and features Austinite David Jimenez and Nashville’s Dante Schwebel fronting a team that also contains Greyhounds aces Anthony Ferrell and Andrew Trube. Subsequent at 11:30 p.m. are the Los Sundowns, a Latin-psych-rock outfit showcasing Grupo Fantasma/Brownout/Revenue Chicha mainstay Beto Martinez and drummer/DJ Daniel Villarreal of Chicago band Dos Santos. $7. Get there early for a no-protect display with nearby singer-songwriter Suzanna Choffel at 6 p.m. 2008 S. Congress Ave. cboys.com — P.B.

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Thursday-Friday: Shakey Graves, Sir Girl at Stubb’s out of doors. Alejandro Rose-Garcia unveiled his debut album “Roll the Bones” in 2011, and for a decade the persuasive collection of introspective musings laced with sparse but evocative folk preparations existed only as a fork out-what-you-wish obtain on Bandcamp. “I love that record to death,” Rose-Garcia mentioned in November. He phone calls the album “a significant labor of love” penned more than a period of time of 5 many years while he was making an attempt to explore what the Shakey Graves venture would be. A 10th anniversary vinyl edition of the album dropped in April, and these dates kick off a two-month cross-place support tour. Sir Lady, the soulful solo undertaking from Wild Child’s Kelsey Wilson, opens. $32.50 (Friday is technically bought out.) 7 p.m. doorways, 801 Crimson River St., stubbsaustin.com  — D.S.S.