When: Sat., Aug. 13, 7 p.m. 2016
Part of the appeal of listening to young bands is to tap into the feelings and perspective of that seminal age. For Sioux & Fox, composed of San Antonio musicians hanging ’round about the drinking age, that doe-eyed and hopeful emotion dominates, without sounding too sappy — to pull an example, stars are “diamond eyes” looking down from the sky. On this live-recorded EP, the quartet attends the school of indie rock that draws from Afro-beat polyrhythm, and spends a great deal of time with barbershop harmonies and “ooh-ahh” choruses. With Ramparts, The Foreign Arm.