Amigo the Devil Taking Over Paper Tiger with Support from King Dude, Twin Temple

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Amigo the Devil has been creating a buzz in the darker corners of the folk music genre. The solo performer layers lyrics that seem more suitable for a doom metal band over the rustic textures of acoustic guitars and banjos. The results possess a haunting charm.

His music also seems like a good mesh for that of tour mate King Dude.



If you’re unfamiliar with King Dude’s mix of acoustic folk and Southern Gothic drama, you’re missing out — especially if you’re likely to appreciate the haunted, vintage vibe he conjures on stage. Rounding out the bill is Twin Temple, who describe themselves as Satanic doo-wop.

$17, Friday, Oct. 11, 7 p.m., Paper Tiger, 2410 N. St. Mary’s St., papertigersatx.com.
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