Monday, January 11 Trapped Out Mondays with DJ Burlo
Whether you're a bona fide trap queen or a SAC student who smokes weed between Texas Politics and Women and Gender Studies, Monday nights at Bottom Bracket are your opportunity to bool with your slime. Free, 10pm, Bottom Bracket Social Club, 1609 N. Colorado St., (210) 267-9160
Keener behind the kit and Harrison on the 7-string guitar
Monday, January 11
Open Jam Session with Small World Jazz
Led by drummer Kyle Keener and guitarist Polly Harrison, Small World places world music in the jazz setting. The band features music from the Great American Songbook and bossa nova sung in the original Portuguese. They are pros, however, so don't sit in if you think that anyone can just "feel" their way through a jazz tune. Free, 7pm, Olmos Bharmacy, 3902 McCullough Ave., (210) 822-1188
The greatest generation right here
Tuesday, January 12 Gen X Tuesdays
Strap up your 88-eye-hole Docs, flip your tape copy of Disintegration over and head to The Amp Room to revel in the darkness with fellow Gen X'ers. Free, 8pm, The Amp Room, 2407 N. St. Mary's St., (210) 320-2122
Can't you just smell the angst through the computer?
Tuesday, January 12
Chicago's No Zodiac play sludgy, grinding metal that is neither sludge nor grind. With Strengthen What Remains, Orthodox, Fortunes, Genocide by Humanity and New Methods. $8, 7pm, The Korova, 107 E. Martin St., (210) 226-5070
Blow your brind (brain-mind) with two of the trippiest American rock outfits of the last two decades (Primus pictured)
Wednesday, January 13
Tool and Primus
With their dark, Brothers Quay-ripoff stop motion music videos and fanatic fan base, Tool's elaborate story lines and progressive rock tendencies are cloaked in a "sinister" metal wrapping. Noodle-brained punk-funksters Primus show us what the Red Hot Chili Peppers would sound like if they lost the dude with the porn 'stache and bondage cargos and resurrected Hillel, covering only Captain Beefheart tunes. With 3Teeth. $39.50-$79.50, 7:30pm, AT&T Center, One AT&T Center Parkway, (210) 444-5000
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