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Tides., Octahedron, Migrant Kids

A collection of swell local acts (five to be exact) for the low cover of five bucks is always a good idea. But, the key with this knockout show at the Ten Eleven is that these are new-ish local bands that rock in diverse ways. First of all, Tides. (pictured), recently voted Best New Artist by Current readers, will be spreading its gentle dream-pop joy, which is sure to make you swoon. We’re also excited to catch the twee-leaning alt-indie stylings of Octahedron and the cinematic and psychedelic post-rock sounds of Austin’s Migrant Kids, who seem to (luckily) play here quite often. With Frontage and George Garza Jr.

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