The St. Sucia Zine, exploring “what it is to be mujer and dating in contemporary society,” celebrates its first publication with a sweet soundtrack. From Austin, Beth Israel’s debut album Dental Denial lives in a state of minimum wage, bored between shifts at the strip mall. Dark, funny and 27 minutes short, it’s like a visit to the corner store through the lens of a kaleidoscope stuck on the ‘bad trip’ filter. Los Sheilaquiles’ punk fury is as enticing as the Totopo dish from which they borrow their band name. Grupo Frackaso’s self-described “cumbia thrash” is a whirlwind of dance grooves and psychedelic textures. Haematic, the debut album from Austin’s Feral Future, is a ragged, queercore assault. With DJ Cumbia.