Wreckless Eric, Salim Nourallah at Strange Brew. A member of the Stiff Records roster that rose up in England in the mid-1970s, Wreckless Eric (aka Eric Goulden) has been an underground fixture for decades. More recently he moved to the U.S. and married singer-songwriter Amy Rigby, releasing a handful of duet records with her. Opening is Dallas singer-songwriter and producer Salim Nourallah, whose new album “Skeleton Closet” is due out next month. $15. 9 p.m. 5326 Manchaca Road. strangebrewloungeside.com. — P.B.
Also: After two Fun Fun Fun cancellations in as many years, the fest penned an emotional breakup letter (on an instagramed napkin, no less) to the Sacramento noise rap duo Death Grips last year. Apparently the Mohawk outdoors was left as neutral territory in the publicly declared “conscious uncoupling.” … For the fourth year Hotel Vegas hosts a “Fear and Loathing” party to celebrate the birthday of Hunter S. Thompson. Christian Bland and the Revelators headline a bill that also includes Magia Negra. … Ghostland Observatory’s Aaron Behrens takes a Midnight Stroll to the Scoot Inn. … Austin Vida and Austin Brazil continue the Brasil Grooves Summer Series at Spiderhouse with Los Rumberos, Morena Soul and Macxeira Funk. … Appealing, occasionally dreamy local pop band Good Fieldcelebrates the release of their new album “Future Me” at Parish. Eastern Sea opens. … Atlanta rapper Key! slow flows over gloomy, often screwed beats at Red 7.