Tonight: Riff Tiffs, Cex, Max Stalling, Heybale! and More

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Fresh off their appearance at last night's Recession Thursdays at Numbers, atmospheric Houston rockers the Riff Tiffs headline a free warehouse party 9 p.m. tonight at 2220 Commerce with the Wild Moccasins and the Eastern Sea...

Riff Tiffs, "Nightmare," live at Super Happy Fun Land

Baltimore laptop cut-and-paster Cex glitches the Mink with Stove Blow and Austin's Best Fwends...

Cex, "Take Pills"

More to come, including Houston's excellently named Come See My Dead Person...

Also tonight, Austin country pickers Heybale! honky-tonk the Continental Club with neighbors the Dedringers...

Heybale!, "Wine Me Up"

Nashville hunk Dierks Bentley gets "Free and Easy" at Sam Houston Race Park...

Dierks Bentley, "Lot of Leavin' Left to Do"

Epitaph Records' hardcore minions I Am Ghost storm Javajazz Coffeehouse in Spring with Eyes Set to Kill, the Urgency, Barely Blind, Dreaming of June and more. IAG singer Steven Juliano called the group's 2006 debut Lover's Requiem "essentially a rock opera, but for hardcore or goth kids"...

I Am Ghost, "Our Friend Lazarus Sleeps"

Dallas' Max Stalling gets rootsy at McGonigel's Mucky Duck...

Max Stalling, "Bass Run"

...and, as promised, Houston strange boys Come See My Dead Person bring some old, weird America(na) to Scout Bar in Clear Lake:

Come See My Dead Person, "Rat Song"

Enjoy! - Chris Gray

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