Max Frost. Photo by Jay Janner, American-Statesman

Max Frost at the Parish. It’s been more than a year since young upstart Frost inked the Atlantic deal that had him pegged as Austin’s next great export. A full-length release is yet to emerge, but Frost tantalized us last year with the single “Paranoia,” a refreshing blast of synth-driven pop . Meanwhile, his breakout track “White Lies” has been in regular rotation on local radio since it dropped in late 2013. He got a hometown hero’s welcome at the ACL Fest afterparty he played last year and we expect the hype level at this gig to be just as high. $17. Doors at 8 p.m. 217 E. Sixth St. parishaustin.com — D.S.S.

Also: World-renowned classical-jazz crossover outfit Canadian Brass plays the Long Center. … Singer-songwriter and “One Tree Hill” recurring character Kate Voegele, whose new EP “Wild Card” marks her first release since 2011, plays the indoor stage at Stubb’s with Leroy Sanchez. … It’s a good night for local all-female lineups: Country-folk trio the Carper Family celebrates its fifth anniversary at Hole in the Wall, and rock ’n’ rollers the Bluebonnets play Sun Radio’s “ Texas Radio Live” show at Guero’s Oak Garden with Johnny Goudie. … If you can’t afford to drive a Tesla, you can at least catch the ’80s metal stalwarts of the same name at Emo’s.