Austin360 On The Record: Later Days, Molly Burch and more

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OUT THIS WEEK

Later Days, “Lost in the Sound.” The debut album from this Austin hard-rock group comes less than a year after the band began. “The five members mesh so tightly that it seems like they could have been playing together for years,” we observed in our current Austin360 Artist of the Month feature. Release show Feb. 17 at Grizzly Hall. Here’s the video for the track “Paper Towns” performed live in our Statesman studio:

Molly Burch, “Please Be Mine” (Captured Tracks). The debut album from Los Angeles-raised artist who moved to Austin after studying music in college in North Carolina mixes elements of singer-songwriter folk and indie-pop, centered on Burch’s engaging vocal presence. Release show Feb. 18 at Mohawk indoor. Here’s the video for the track“Downhearted”:

ALSO: Katy Starr, “Soulingo,” Release show Feb. 17 at Spider House Ballroom; Julie Slim & Rendez Vous, “Promenade Sentimentale,” release show Feb. 17 at Central Market Westgate.

COMING SOON

  • FEB. 22: Rich Hopkins & Luminarios, “My Way or the Highway,” release show Feb. 22 at Guero’s Oak Garden.
  • FEB. 24: Shinyribs, “I Got Your Medicine,” release show March 3 at Antone’s.
  • FEB. 24: Curtis McMurtry, “The Hornet’s Nest,” release show Feb. 24 at Cactus Cafe.
  • FEB. 24: Scott H. Biram, “The Bad Testament” (Bloodshot).
  • FEB. 24: Billy Harvey, “Elephants in the Room.”
  • FEB. 24: Go Fever, self-titled, release show Feb. 24 at Cheer Up Charlie’s.
  • FEB. 24: Chase Gassaway, “A Fly Can’t Bird,” release show Feb. 21 at Tellers.
  • FEB. 24: Adam Torres, “I Came to Sing the Song” EP (Fat Possum), release show Feb. 25 at Cactus Cafe.
  • FEB. 24: Christina Cavazos, “Cold” EP, release show March 5 at Lemon Lounge.
  • MARCH 3: My Education, “Schiphol” (Headbump), release show March 25 at Sidewinder.
  • MARCH 3: Cilantro Boombox, “Shine.”
  • MARCH 10: Sunny Sweeney, “Trophy” (Thirty Tigers).
  • MARCH 17: Spoon, “Hot Thoughts” (Matador), playing March 14-16 during SXSW at Eno’s (the original Emo’s).
  • MARCH 24: Ruthie Foster, “Joy Comes Back “(Blue Corn).
  • MARCH 24: Will Johnson, “Hatteras Night, A Good Luck Charm” (Undertow).
  • MARCH 29: DC Bloom, “Just Another Song and Dance Man,” release show March 29 at G&S Lounge.
  • MARCH 31: Toma, “Aroma.”
  • APRIL 7: Darden Smith, “Everything,” release show April 8 at Stateside at the Paramount.
  • APRIL 7: Sweet Spirit, “St. Mojo” (Nine Mile).
  • APRIL 7: Octopus Project, “Memory Mirror” (Robot High School).
  • APRIL 21: Emily Bell & the Talkbacks, “Kali” EP.
  • APRIL 28: Willie Nelson, “God’s Problem Child” (Legacy).
  • APRIL 28: Beth // James, “All in Life” EP.
  • SPRING: Ulrich Ellison & Tribe.

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