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Source Suggests 10/14-10/21

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Beat Lab Resident Showcase

Fans of 92.9 FM's Beat Lab radio show that broadcasts Thursdays from 9:30 to 11 pm will recognize resident DJs Lonely Stacks, Welterweight, Royal Louis, and Matt Wax. This live showcase brings you the best future bass, trap, deep house, and more. Expect exclusive mixes from some of the world's best DJs and producers. Stop dancing along to Beat Lab in your bedroom or in the car and shake your booty at the Astro Lounge with other like-minded individuals. 8,000 watts provided by Cascade Sound Syndicate. 10 pm. Saturday, Oct. 17. Astro Lounge, 939 NW Bond St. $5.

Crushed Out

Crushed Out is a band that's intrigued me since they played at The Horned Hand several years ago under the name Boom Chick. The two-piece Brooklyn-based band combines indie rock and roll with surf and honky tonk, which means there's a little something for everyone at a Crushed Out show. The band's electrified performance lights up dance floors across the country with high-energy rock and heart-melting songwriting. Expect timeless melodies highlighted by crystalline reverb from this duo that includes Franklin Hoier on guitar/vocals and Moselle Spiller on drums/vocals. Feral Foster and Big Evil also perform. 8 pm. Sunday, Oct. 18. Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Dr. $5.

Daniel Romano & the Trilliums

Daniel Romano & the Trilliums have a distinct sound that call back the glory days of Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, and Merle Haggard. The mosey-along crooning and hard luck storytelling highlight a rich musical soundscape that have roots in classic country and western. While Romano's music harkens back to obvious references, this doesn't speak any less to his talent. Romano has some serious songwriting and storytelling chops. Interesting fact: Romano is also a graphic designer and woodworker. Kacy & Clayton and Dylan Earl also perform. 8 pm. Sunday, Oct. 18. The Annex, 51 NW Greenwood Ave. $12.

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Anne Pick

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