Things to Do This Weekend If You're (Almost) Broke


Twice the Classic Numbers this week. Free admission Saturday with Friday's ticket stub.

Dallas electronica-rockers Ishi gets bodies moving at Walter's with DJs Cuba Gooding Jr., Fredster and Stiletto Chrome. Ride your bike and get in free.

The Urbane Guerilla Sound System spins vintage soul, R&B, reggae and ska in the Mink's front room. $3 wells and Red Stripe until 11 p.m.

Fuzzy Mexico City trio Hello Seahorse! brings its shoegaze pop north of the border to Dean's.

Italian DJs Blatta & Inesha electro-fy Boondocks with a little help from Grrrrl Parts. Free.


It's LL Cooper's turn on the Continental Club patio for Pachinko Saturdays. It may get as warm as Tucson out there.

Austin power-pop veterans Fastball are still out of their heads and now telling Little White Lies at Cactus Music. 2 p.m., free.

Hey, where are you going? Recently reactivated, always swinging Austin trio Hot Club of Cowtown takes the Cactus stage at 4 p.m.

Houston bass man supreme Rozz Zamorano hauls his eponymous trio into the Big Top for a hot night of cool jazz on Main Street. 10 p.m., no cover.

DRI and deadhorse survivors Pasadena Napalm Division bring the pain to Fitzgerald's with Burn the Boats, Last Rosary and HRR. $10.

Stay friends forever with all your Saved By the Bell pals at Boondocks' '90s Dance Party. Don't forget that scrunchie.

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Chris Gray has been Music Editor for the Houston Press since 2008. He is the proud father of a Beatles-loving toddler named Oliver.
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