Drenched in Blog: The Wild Moccasins and Sabra Laval

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Aren't ready to end the weekend just yet? Or really wanting to begin the week on a very toasted, mellow note? Every Monday night, Boondocks (1417 Westheimer) hosts a concert series upstairs. The best part? It's free.

Tonight, check out the Wild Moccasins. These Houston art kids do some very kind jangly folk-pop, with the cutest male/female vocals heard around here for awhile. If you find yourself humming those Kimya Dawson songs from the Juno soundtrack, then this is where you wanna creep tonight. Also on the bill is Sabra Laval.

We suggest staking out a spot early. At the bar, Joseph and Cotter are known to have a mighty heavy pour, so you won't be disappointed. At this point, Boondocks should just start making direct withdrawals from my paycheck. Insurance be damned. – Craig Hlavaty

(Ed. Note: a review of tonight’s show will be posted on Houstoned Rocks tomorrow.)

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