Denton trio Dome Dwellers create dance-driven disco that coalesces with math-ier elements of rock 'n' roll, turning the discotheque into a mathlete tutorial on the arithmetic properties of booty shaking. As finalists in the San Antonio Music Awards 2014 for best keyboardist and indie band, Octahedron has proved successful with an optimistic indie sound. With Granite Hands and Cliffside of the Pinkeyed Sky. $5, 8pm, Imagine Books & Records, 8373 Culebra Road, (210) 236-7668
Monday, January 4
Curated by resident DJs Notion and Pakman, the evening promises fresh beats, flammable flows and visuals all night long. Free, 9pm, Southtown 101, 101 Pereida St., (210) 263-9880
Slatt! Slatt! Slatt! Slatt!
Monday, January 4 Trapped Out Mondays with DJ Burlo
Whether you're a bonafide trap queen or just a 'burb-dweller with a taste for 808s and hi-hats so tight and full of treble that they make dogs for miles whine and chase their tails, Trapped Out Mondays at Bottom Bracket are your ticket to getting turnt up. Free, 9pm, Bottom Bracket Social Club, 1609 N. Colorado St.
Cullum in action
Tuesday, January 5
Jim Cullum Jazz Band
You don't need to drop a bill to see one of San Antonio's premier jazz bandleaders. You may need to purchase a beverage or two to stay in the bar of Bohanan's, so get your couch change together and enjoy a cocktail as slowly as possible, if you're trying to pinch pennies. Free, 7pm, Bohanan's, 219 E. Houston St., (210) 472-2600
The Heat that is Amplified
Wednesday, January 6
Amplified Heat and Maneaters of Tsavo
Composed of brothers Jim, Gian and Chris Ortiz, the Austin trio takes cues from ’70s Detroit in fashion, facial hair and unrelenting blues rock. On their effort On The Hunt, once the brothers pick up on a rhythm, they don’t stop ’til it’s soaked in beer, kicked to the ground and dragged through the mud. Masters of the riff, Maneaters of Tsavo, accompany. $7-$30, 7pm, Sam's Burger Joint, 330 E. Grayson St., (210) 223-2830
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