Wednesday’s music picks: Into it. Over It., Jeremy Nail

The Mastersons (Photo by Paul Robert Wright)
The Mastersons play the Mohawk. Photo by Paul Robert Wright

Into It. Over It. at the Parish. The band’s new LP “Standards” shows a remarkable musical growth characteristic of the whole “pop punk renaissance” that’s emerged as Warped Tour kids have grown up and gotten mortgages. The heart-pangs are still there; everything just sounds a little more sober. At a SXSW show last month they proved to be an athletic band that works up a sweat, dropping their bodies into the beats. And in a testament to resonant bedroom journal lyrics and chords that keep you 17 in your head, stand-bys and new cuts wrapped everyone up with the same sense of wistfulness. With The World is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die. $16. 214 E. Sixth St. — Eric Webb

Also: The Mohawk’s indoor stage hosts a night of quality Americana music with Jeremy Nail, the Mastersons and Jason Blum. … Moon Club launches a feminist music series with a SafePlace benefit featuring Jana Horn, Dreamboat and Que Pasa? at the Sahara Lounge. … Catch the LeRoi Brothers late and Tommy Shannon early at Antone’s.

Author: Peter Blackstock

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

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