Saturday’s music picks: Moving Panoramas, Big K.R.I.T.

Moving Panoramas play Hotel Vegas.
Moving Panoramas play Hotel Vegas.

Moving Panoramas at Hotel Vegas. Home for the holidays? Remind yourself why you brag about being from the Live Music Capital of the World at this excellent local music showcase. Headline act, the swirly pop trio Moving Panoramas, is still flying high off the recent release of their fantastic new album “One,” a lush platter of sublime shoegaze. The support bill demonstrates the broad range of stellar talent our city offers. A. Sinclair brings a grimier garage rock sound and Shivery Shakes put a shimmery sheen on fuzzy pop. 9 p.m. 1502 E. Sixth St. texashotelvegas.com. — D.S.S.

Also: Mississippi rapper Big K.R.I.T. pulls into Emo’s with Chicago hip-hop soulster BJ the Chicago Kid. … Musician and visual artist Bob Schneider just unveiled an exhibit of his works at Yard Dog Gallery, and he also has some works showing at Bass Concert Hall, where he’ll perform holiday favorites and original songs with his Moonlight Orchestra and the Tosca Strings. … It’s a Braun Family Thanksgiving! The brothers in country-rock bands Reckless Kelly and Micky & the Motorcars, along with their dad Muzzie Brown, gather for a post-turkey-day extravaganza at the Paramount Theatre. … Brian Beattie brings his musical-theater children’s story “Ivy & the Wicker Suitcase” to life with guest Robin Chotzinoff at 4:30 p.m. at Strange Brew, which also hosts a 9 p.m. show by singer-songwriter Jimmy LaFave. … Check out a wide range of Austin female singers: Miss Lavelle White at C-Boy’s, Shelley King at the Saxon Pub, and Charlie Faye & the Fayettes at Geraldine’s. … Rootsy Americana bands in action include the Bellfuries with the Bluebonnets at the Continental Club, Band of Heathens with the Trishas at Scoot Inn and Crooks at ABGB. … Two-step to classic country with Jason Roberts at Little Longhorn Saloon and Dale Watson at the Broken Spoke. … Will you still love Deep Eddy when it’s 64? The venerable lakeside cabaret celebrates that Beatlesque anniversary with an all-day shindig featuring live music after 7 p.m. from the Peterson Brothers and Eagle Eye Williamson.

Author: Peter Blackstock

Music writer for the Austin American-Statesman and austin360.com. Twitter: @Blackstock360

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