Austin Music Notes
A reunited Voxtrot plays Mohawk, plus more Austin music picks for November
Believe it or not, it’s November, which means that if you’re lagging behind on your local live music quota for the year, it’s time to kick things into high gear. Thankfully, the first part of the month has plenty of great shows for you to enjoy.
Star Parks at C-Boys – November 3, 10, 17
Indie rockers Star Parks have a residency in place for the first three Thursdays of the month at C-Boys. They’ll be joined by Buffalo Hunt on November 3, Dancey Jenkins on November 10, and Tele Novella on November 17. Each show will be $10.
Mobley at 3TEN ACL Live – November 5
Mobley put out his latest EP, Cry Havoc!, back in September, and now he’ll celebrate that set of songs with a release party this Saturday, November 5 at 3TEN ACL Live. Joining the ever-versatile pop act will be San Gabriel and Caelin. Tickets for the show are $16.
Holy Wave at Hotel Vegas – November 10
Get yourself a supreme dose of shoegaze and psych rock via Holy Wave on Thursday, November 10 at Hotel Vegas. Peel Dream Magazine and Lauren Lakis are also on the bill. Tickets can be had for just $12.
Voxtrot at the Mohawk – November 11, 12
Beloved indie pop act Voxtrot reunited earlier this summer and put out two compilations, Early Music and Cut from the Stone: Rarities & B-Sides. Now they’ll carry that momentum into shows on November 11 and 12 at the Mohawk. The latter is sold out, but you can still get in on the Friday performance (with Tele Novella). Tickets are $25.
Weekend at Larry’s – November 10-14
Famed burger slinger Bad Larry has teamed up with Resound Presents for what they’re calling Weekend at Larry’s. The five-day meat and music bonanza is set to kick off on November 10 at Chess Club, and then subsequent events will take place at Hotel Vegas, Empire, Hold Out Brewing, LoLo, and Little Brother. Expect to see the likes of Recover, Rickshaw Billie’s Burger Patrol, Fuck Money, and lots more. Some of these shows are free, others are $10. Get full details here.