($12 Adv/$15 Day of show)

Black Masala’s music features a colorful mix of sounds that draw inspiration from the melodies of Eastern European brass bands, New Orleans jazz, Balkan grooves, ambient/experimental indie rock riffs, and even a hint of Appalachian twang.

(Free!)

Miller exerts a worldliness beyond his 27 years — not only in his confident croon, but also in his rambling rhythm and thoughtful guitar work.

($7)

Weege conjures up decadent scenes of the roaring twenties with her stellar voice and jazz-influenced compositions. “With the confidence to throw her all into the circus ring of theatricality, Lexi Weege stamps the mark of a true performer.” –...

($12)

“Although his distinctive sound is rootsy at its core, a Dixie-fried amalgam of twang-rock, Memphis soul, and roadhouse blues, Capps’ Tennessee-Williams-meets-Charles-Bukowski lyrical style is equal parts Southern Gothic and Los Angeles noir.” –...

(Free!)

The core of the sound comes from Matt Corrigan’s intricate acoustic guitar work, and from the voice and nimble harmonica playing of Nathan Corrigan. Accents of accordion and waves of electric guitar give Tough Old Bird a sound that is at once modern and ancient.

($12)

The band creates layers of lush instrumentation that serve as a perfect soundscape for their gorgeous vocal harmonies. Their live show is full of energy and just a damn good time. They’re one of those bands that you can tell has a lot of fun doing what they do.

(Free!)

The core of the sound comes from Matt Corrigan’s intricate acoustic guitar work, and from the voice and nimble harmonica playing of Nathan Corrigan. Accents of accordion and waves of electric guitar give Tough Old Bird a sound that is at once modern and ancient.

($35)

Then came the Grateful Dead, a seminal influence on Williams’ own music. “I studied and learned their music and went to the shows,” he says, adding that the impact of Jerry Garcia on his attitude toward music remains incalculable.

(Free!)

Robert and Alicia’s tight harmonies harken back to ages past, while Isaac’s cello lifts their music up with an impulsive edge.

($10)

Their sound is a melting pot of many styles, heated by their collective love of country music. It contains elements of old and new, ranging from good old country waltzes to rug cutters and barn burners.