5 Shows To See This Week


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Monday, April 27
Casa Loma Playboys

Austin’s Casa Loma Playboys split the difference between the Western swing of Bob Wills’ Playboys and traditional big band tunes. $10, 7pm, Sam’s Burger Joint, 330 E Grayson, (210) 223-2830

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Tuesday, April 28

Describing itself as “jamgrass,” Chicago’s Cornmeal burns through accelerated Americana on the fiddle, double-bass and banjo. $10-$35, 7pm, Sam’s Burger Joint, 330 E Grayson, (210) 223-2830

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Tuesday, April 28
Enter Shikari

A pioneer of the electronicore genre, Enter Shikari is a four-piece rock band formed in St. Albans, England in ’03. With A Lot Like Birds, I The Mighty. $16, 6:30pm, The Korova, 107 E Martin, (210) 226-5070

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Wednesday, April 29
Miles Tackett & The 3 Times

Known for his work with soul jazz Californians Breakestra, Miles Tackett is out on his own, shredding funky for his new release The Fool Who Wonders. With Alyson Alonzo, DJ JJ Lopez. $3, 9pm, Phantom Room, 2106 N St. Mary's

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Wednesday, April 29

From the Inland Empire of Southern California, Trizz’s 2014 mixtape Amerikkkas Most Blunted retains the heaviness of its Ice Cube reference, while adding the heavy-headed nod of a rapper in a room full of smoke. With Core the Emcee, Southeast Steve, Here$y. $10, 8pm, The Korova, 107 E Martin, (210) 226-5070

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