TC Superstar kicks off Tiny Texas Tour, plus more Austin show picks for late January
If you missed out on the many great local shows that happened in the first part of January, the good news is there are still plenty of noteworthy gigs on the schedule for the back half of the month. Here’s what should be on your radar.
Night Cap at Continental Club – January 19-21
The Continental Club is set to host three nights of Night Cap this week. Advance tickets to see the alt-rock band on Friday and Saturday are sold out, but you can still guarantee your way in for the performance on Thursday. Otherwise, a small number of tickets will be available at the door each night. Tickets are $15. Support is as follows:
January 19 – Barfield, The Tyrant of Texas Funk
January 20 – Vision Arcade, Caroline Hale
January 21 – Shooks, Hollywood Jones
TC Superstar at Empire – January 19
Synth pop act TC Superstar have lined up a “Tiny Texas Tour” and the kickoff play for it will be at Empire this Thursday, January 19. Joining the collaborative performance group will be Marxus Bell and Flora & Fawn. Tickets for the show are $12.
A Giant Dog at Chess Club – January 20-21
Punk rock vets A Giant Dog will be performing at Chess Club on back-to-back nights this week. Blue Jean Queen and Geranium Drive round out the bill on Friday, January 20, and Nevil, TV's Daniel, and HOT///CAKES will serve as support on Saturday, January 21. Tickets for each night are $30.66.
Pleasure Venom at Hotel Vegas – January 27
Pleasure Venom’s debut album, Rebirth/Return, has been out for a month or so, but the release show for it is just now coming around – head to Hotel Vegas on Friday, January 27 to get in on the fun. Otis the Destroyer and BONDBREAKR will open for the fierce punk rockers. Tickets are $10.
Trouble In The Streets at Empire – January 27
Versatile rockers Trouble in the Streets will be playing at Empire on Friday, January 27, to celebrate the release of the first single from their impending album, Satisfy Saturn. Support for the evening includes Viben and The Submersibles and Casual T. Tickets are $10.
Holy Wave at Feels So Good – January 28
Holy Wave will be bringing their dreamy, psych rock sounds to Feels So Good on Saturday, January 28. Marry Cherry and Bernardo Mountainair will open the show. Tickets are $8 in advance, $10 the day of. Complimentary drinks included.