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Saakred, House of Kenzo
Saturday, October 12

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Marked by their unmistakable flair for the dramatic, San Antonio's Saakred – a triple threat known for leveling the local scene as a composer, performer and visual artist – is dropping their upcoming EP, 2 0 2 5, with a bang. Interjecting shimmering balearic beats with the edge of self-awareness, Saakred continues the artistic tradition of aetheticizing pain as fine art in dazzling tracks such as "SÅØZINHØS." Fearless and unabashedly unique, Saakred fills an important niche in San Antonio's community by providing a new voice of resilience and elasticity in these trying times. Proudly queer, transgender and fuckin' weird, Saakred is a dynamic force of nature that's impossible to ignore. Step into the future with Saakred and House of Kenzo at Hi-Tones. 10pm, $7, Hi-Tones, 621 E. Dewey Pl.

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