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  • The Jam Room's 3rd Anniversary Party & Christmas Show

    The Jam Room is celebrating their 3rd anniversary with their annual Christmas show, featuring seven bands, an ugly sweater contest, games & prizes and lots of fun for the whole family!
    Sun. Dec. 19, 5pm-8pm  
    One-2-One Bar
  • Girl Guitar Showcase at Mean Eyed Cat

    Join Girl Guitar for an afternoon of live music from their bands and artists! Girl Guitar provides lessons and classes for women and teenage girls in Austin. All ages are welcome, and there's a $5 cover. Food and drinks are available onsite, and parking is free.
    Sun. Dec. 12, 12pm  
    Mean Eyed Cat
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    Nine Mile Records anniversary w/ Glorietta, Greyhounds, Buffalo Hunt [garage]

    Weathering 15 years as an indie record label – no small feat in the first place. Then tack on surviving the hammer blow of the pandemic and it’s no wonder Nine Mile Records founder Rick Pierik’s counting his blessings. “I couldn’t be more grateful,” says Pierik. “It’s weird to reflect on that many years because when you’re in the trenches, the time is just clicking by. I was on a freight train and, suddenly, the world stopped during the pandemic, and I had a chance to look out the window of the freight train and look at all the ground I’d covered, and I was kind of amazed at what it was. It has not been a straightforward path.” Along the way, Nine Mile’s nurtured some of ATX’s most exciting acts, nine of which will play at the label’s three night anniversary celebration at Empire. Sunday’s finale sees the reunion of local singer-songwriter supergroup Glorietta with support from Greyhounds and Buffalo Hunt. A hodgepodge of genres – involving punk to funk, folk to soul, pop to rock – but Pierik insists they share a commonality. “The thing that excites me the most about music and musicians is performance,” says Pierik. “Everyone playing this weekend is [playing] because I saw them live and I was just blown away.”
    Sun., Dec. 12, 7:20pm

    Luna Luna, Boyo, Estereomance [control room]

    Great news, Austin! We’re now home to the swoony, extra-smooth sounds of bilingual synth-pop quartet Luna Luna, recently relocated from Dallas. Originally the solo project of Colombian-born songwriter Kavvi, the frontperson’s iPhone recordings, created while working at Walmart, evolved into floaty tracks like 2018’s “80’s Tune.” August album Flower Moon loops in bassist Ryan Gordon, drummer Kaylin Martínez, and vocalist/keyboardist Danny Bonilla. The groovy effort rides 2000s R&B flare alongside the salsa and bachata Kavvi grew up on, still true to slow dance potential with “Love Song.” L.A. multi-instrumentalist Boyo and El Paso art-pop trio Estereomance open.
    Sun., Dec. 12, 8pm
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    Festive Fest w/ Jackie Venson, Kam Franklin, Sailor Poon, Danger Cakes, Sheverb, Quentin & the Past Lives, the Dead Coats, Ranijee, Burns, Brand New Key, DJ Beats of Burden [outside]

    Stacked list of Texan talent stumps for Girls Rock Austin’s scholarship fund. Jackie Venson, Kam Franklin of the Suffers, Sailor Poon, and many others.
    Sun., Dec. 12, 2pm
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