Tonight: (Unofficial) HPMA Afterparty with Papermoons, Elaine Greer at Boondocks

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Tonight's HPMA ceremony should be wrapping up around 10 p.m., so don't forget to check here for a complete winner's list (provided you're near a computer, that is). That'll be just in time to head over to Boondocks for indie-folk duo Papermoons' - whose recent debut LP New Tales is a shoo-in for a 2009 Best Local Album nomination, at this early, early date anyway - last show as a Houston band. One member is moving to Austin (sigh), the other back to his native Ohio; they promise the hiatus is not permanent and they'll be back. We can only hope. New Tales is available at www.teamsciencerecords.com. Elaine Greer opens. - Chris Gray

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