Channy Leaneagh of Poliça performs. Photo by Tina Phan/American-Statesman.

Poliça, Pony Bwoy at the Parish. The Minneapolis duo’s sound splits the difference between the hazy synth pop of Gayngs, the band that brought singer Channy Leaneagh and producer/instrumentalist Ryan Olsen together, and the fuzzed-out cauldron of simmering sounds that inspires futuristic R&B artists like FKA Twigs and Sza. Openers Pony Bwoy work in a similar space. $20. Doors at 8 p.m. 214 E. Sixth St. parishaustin.com —D.S.S.

Also: It’s a good night for singer-songwriters on the south side with Slaid Cleaves playing at 8 p.m. at Strange Brew, One-2-One Bar presenting a 6 p.m. showcase with Giulia Millanta, Michael Fracasso, Noelle Hampton & Andre Moran, and Walt Wilkins in his usual 9 p.m. slot at the Saxon Pub. … Before he heads to Cleveland for the April 18 induction of his brother to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Jimmie Vaughan joins forces with the Mike Flanigin Trio at C-Boy’s.