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El Campo

When I first dove into SA’s music scene, I didn’t imagine my thirst for off-kilter country would ever be satisfied by local fare. But nothing’s impossible. In this swell showcase, ATX/SA alt-country outfit El Campo — which released Remember, one of the best local album’s this year, back in March — is joined by sadcore country outfit Michael J and the Foxes, led by Michael Carrillo of orchestral-indie darlings Deer Vibes. With an album due out soon from the latter and the former having just completed a victory lap of a tour, it feels like we are in the midst of a Saytown country renaissance.

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