Dignan are yet another example of surprising creativity bubbling up from what my grandmother refers to as “the jumping off point” — McAllen, TX. These sensitive dudes create ethereal, poetic art-rock worthy of a Sofia Coppola film soundtrack. They tour consistently with the slightly noisier Atlanta-based band O’Brother, and have now joined forces with Talahassee’s more radio-friendly Look Mexico, who need to refuel their ride with vegetable oil while they’re in town (hint to girls who work in restaurant kitchens — they’re cute and shaggy and there are five of them). $8, 8pm, The Ten Eleven, 1011 Avenue B., San Antonio, (210) 320-9080, theteneleven.com
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