Trouble in the Streets celebrate an album release, plus more Austin music picks for late April
Spring is in full swing, so it's time to get out there and take in a few shows around Austin. (Not even the rain can stop you, since of them are indoors.) Recommendations for the back half of April are as follows.
TC Superstar at Cheer Up Charlie’s – Thursday, April 20
Whether you’re celebrating 420 or not this Thursday, Cheer Up Charlie’s is the place to be, with a lineup that features a trio of great local acts – synth pop act TC Superstar, punk band Big Bill, and rockers Billy Glitter. Tickets are $15.
The 50th Anniversary of The Dark Side of the Moon at 13th Floor and Valhalla – Friday, April 21
Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon at the 13th Floor and Valhalla this Friday, April 21. Members of The Black Angels, Como Las Movies, Darkbird, the Calm Blue Sea, and lots more will be participating in this live tribute. Tickets for the show are $15.
Transy Warhol at Chess Club – Saturday, April 22
Buzzy art punks Transy Warhol have a lot lined up for the rest of the month. They’re playing at Chess Club on April 22, and then they’ll release their anticipated debut album, Control, on April 28. The lineup for this Saturday also includes Sweat FM, Dolly Creamer, and Bruce. Tickets for the show are $10.
Ringo Deathstarr & Pleasure Venom at Hotel Vegas – Wednesday, April 26
Shoegaze vets Ringo Deathstarr and punk rockers Pleasure Venom are heading out on the road together, and you can help send them on their way at Hotel Vegas on Wednesday, April 26. The tour kickoff show will start with Stab. Tickets are $20.08.
Trouble in the Streets at the Parish – Thursday, April 27
Head to the Parish on Thursday, April 27, to not only get in on what Trouble in the Streets are calling an "Intergalactic Prom," but to ring in the release of the genre-defying act’s new album, Satisfy Saturn. Drag rocker Caleb De Casper will open the evening. Tickets for the show are $15.
Adrian Quesada at Antone’s – Friday, April 28
Black Pumas co-founder Adrian Quesada will play songs from his stylish instrumental solo album Jaguar Sound at Antone’s on Friday, April 28. The lineup is rounded out by Chief Cleopatra and DJ Raquiqui. Tickets for the show are $30.