Quiet Company at Holy Mountain. It’s the home stretch for Holy Mountain, which closes at the end of the month but promises a wild run of special shows in its final weeks. Hometown indie-rock heroes Quiet Company are on board for this two-night stand (Friday and Saturday), during which they’ll play their last two albums in their entirety. Friday it’s 2011’s “We Are All Where We Belong,” with guests A. Sinclair and Demitasse; Saturday, this year’s excellent “Transgressor” gets the spotlight, with Otis the Destroyer and Suburban Slang supporting. Both shows are all ages. $12-$20. 9 p.m. 617 E. Seventh St. holymountainaustin.com.
Also: Legitimately funky Denver jam jam collective the Motet stops by the Scoot Inn. … The masked marvels of surf guitar, Los Straitjackets, visit the Continental Club with Daddy-O-Grande. … Britt Daniel’s favorite Austin band A Giant Dog plays new Red River venue Sidewinder. … Body Rock ATX pays tribute to Beyonce and Kanye at Empire. … Singers Titiana Mayfield, Courtney Santana and Pamela Hart team up with ace instrumentalists for a “Tribute to Legends of Jazz” show at One World Theatre. … Cilantro Boombox brings the jams to new East Austin club the Craftsman. … Longtime Austin rockers Johnny Lawconvene for an 8 p.m. acoustic show at Strange Brew, followed by Danny Malone at 10 p.m. with Anthony da Costa. … Other top local picks include Ruthie Foster at One-2-One Bar, Lee Barber & the Broken Cup at Cactus Cafe with Sahara Smith, and the Whalers indoors at Stubb’s with Nic Armstrong.