UPCOMING EVENTS:

BILL CONVERSE "THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME" RECORD RELEASE
Friday, August 18th - 8pm-2am

A party in support of Bill's new 2xLP "The Shape of Things to Come" on Dark Entries, with special guest performances by:

Josh Cheon (Dark Entries, Active Cultures - SF)
Bézier (Dark Entries, Honey Soundsystem - SF)
Katrina Fairlee (Timelife Methrave - ATX)

at Kinda Tropical, 3501 E. 7th Street, Austin, TX 78702
$10.00 Cover / All Ages — Open to the Public
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Nick Klein, Enrique, Shane English, Routh Masler & Friends
Friday, August 25th - 8 pm

Nick Klein (LIES, Primitive Languages - NYC)
Enrique (BANK RECORDS, LIES, PRIMITIVE LANGUAGES - NYC)
Shane English (LIES - ATX)
Routh Masler (CHICAGO)

DJ's Lizzbeth (ATX)
Dylan Cameron b2b Joshua Cordova (Holodek / NTH - ATX)
Bill Converse (Dark Entries, Active Cultures - YOURMIND)

at Kinda Tropical, 3501 E. 7th Street, Austin, TX 78702 
$10.00 Cover / All Ages — Open to the Public 
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Unseen Worlds 10 Year Anniversary & C-Schulz "Frühe Jahre" Album Release
Saturday, August 26th - 6 pm

Unseen Worlds is thrilled to celebrate our 10th anniversary as a label and the release of our new reissue, C-Schulz's epic "Frühe Jahre", with our friends at Las Cruxes. Join us for a party with extremely limited Unseen Worlds apparel for sale, DJs, food and drinks!

Unseen Worlds is a record label releasing quality editions of unheralded and revolutionary, yet accessible, avant garde music.
unseenworlds.net

FREE / All Ages — Open to the Public
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Itasca, Dylan Golden Aycock & Lake Mary — In-Store Performance
Wednesday, September 6th - 8 pm

ITASCA (Los Angeles) - is the musical identity of Los Angeles-based guitarist, singer, and songwriter Kayla Cohen. Just as the name itself is ambiguous—a 19th-century pseudo-Ojibwe place name and portmanteau of the Latin words for “truth” (veritas) and “head” (caput)—so too is Cohen’s musical project mutable and multivalent: fundamentally unconcerned with genre, but richly allusive of the hermetic worlds of private-press canyon-cult mystics and East Coast noiseniks alike. Though deeply informed by the mythology and iconography of the modern American desert West, Cohen likewise finds kinship with a lineage of English iconoclasts such as Michael Chapman and Bridget St John. Her adept fingerstyle guitar work—nimble but unshowy, always at the service of framing her plaintively unspooling modal progressions and gorgeous, moonlit voice—centers Itasca’s melancholy pastorales in a hazy, heat-mirage space equally suggestive of familiarity and distance.
itascalosangeles.com

Lake Mary - aka Chaz Prymek, of Columbia, MO, hasn’t been as much a regular in our personal orbit as his East Coast-based peers, but this relatively rare treat of a show made up for it. A recent show at the Schoolhouse, a low-key, living-room style DIY venue in Bushwick, provided the perfect intimate setting for Prymek’s talents. The fingerstyle guitarist played a total of four compositions, including an as-yet-unnamed new number. The opener of “Everything the Light Touched,” with Prymek accompanied on accordion, proved the perfect, ethereal kickoff to the night. Prymek’s style has a welcoming, unforced quality to it that suggests that he is more interested in communicating the emotions in his music than his ability to play guitar. It’s the type of experience that sticks with you, even if it’s your first time seeing him; he leaves a warmth behind. So if you find Lake Mary in your town, make sure to make the trip to see him.
lakemary.bandcamp.com

"Dylan Golden Aycock's lineage is clear: the fingerpicked blues of John Fahey, the swirling compositions of Robbie Basho and the outward-looking Americana of Jim O'Rourke's Bad Timing and The Visitor. That's not a bad crossroads to meet your demons at, especially when so much of what we call American Primitive now is in a state of transformation. Church Of Level Track kicks up dream dust in a positively lush collection of cosmic rags, ambient country tunes and steel-string ragas." - NPR
dylangoldenaycock.com

$8.00 Cover
All Ages & Open to the Public
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Las Cruxes x SW8 Shop T-Shirt Collab — Launch Party
Saturday, September 16th - 8pm-Late

A party celebrating the second in a series of limited edition collaborative tees by Las Cruxes x SW8 Shop, inspired by Ukiyo-e, "pictures of the floating world", and Edo—Meiji period Japan.

Also available will be classics and exclusives by SW8 Shop m8s, including a special edition tee by Jonny Negron.

15% of the profits will be donated to AFSSA (Asian Family Support Services of Austin), a nonprofit organization based in Austin, Texas, that provides assistance to Asian and other immigrant families dealing with domestic violence, sexual assault and trafficking. Their mission is to promote abuse-free Asian communities through advocacy, support, awareness and access to social services.
afssaustin.org

Music and refreshments will be provided. We look forward to seeing you all.

Free / All Ages & Open to the Public
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Las Cruxes Chess Night ♚ ♛ ♜ ♝ ♞ ♟ ♔ ♕ ♖ ♗ ♘ ♙
Monday, September 18th - 7-9 pm

All players from unexperienced/beginner to advanced skill levels welcome. An ideal place to make new friends and sharpen your tactics. Encouraged to bring your own chess set, but a few boards will be available for use.

We'll listen to music and play games in a lax and low-pressure environment. Feel free to bring beverages and snacks.

Free / Open to the Public
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Women's Group: Discussion No. 4
Tuesday, September 19th - 7pm-9pm

You are invited to our monthly Women's Group discussion. This session we'll be exploring "The Argonauts" by Maggie Nelson. Feel free to attend, even if you haven't read the book.

Our mission is to facilitate a space where dialogue and understanding over the issues women face individually and/or collectively can occur. This discussion group is inclusive of all parties who identify as women.

We are continuously & collectively shaping the group. We encourage women of color to join and take on leadership rolls if interested.

Free / All Ages — Open to the Public