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To Do: Tha Fucking Transmissions, Glass Candy and Farah at the MFAH

If the posters and flyers for Starbucks and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston’s latest Mixed Media Event have you thinking “WTF, TFT?” let us help you out: Tha Fucking Transmissions. The local hip hoppers had to acronym-ize their name in order to keep things kosher for the MFAH’s PR team. It happens, and hey, what do we care? We’ll drink wherever there’s a bar and good music.

And solid choice with Tha Fucking Transmissions (you can read that as TFT if it’s too offensive) – the group lets a hip hop vibe guide them through rock influences for tunes as Wu-Tang as they are Red Hot Chili Peppers. Make sure you get there by 9 p.m. or you’ll skip these locals.

The bill also features the flow-rific, tamed Le-Tigre sounds of Glass Candy and Farah, and don’t forget to check out the current exhibits “John Alexander: A Retrospective” and “Learning by Doing: 25 Years of the Core Program.” 8 p.m. to midnight. Saturday, June 21. 1001 Bissonnet. For information, call 713-639-7300 or visit www.mfah.org/mixedmedia. $15. $10 for students. Free for members. – Dusti Rhodes

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