By Peter Mongillo

Editor’s note: This article was originally published June 13, 2013

Listen to a selection of artists playing around town this weekend in ourThis Weekend in Austin Spotify playlist, updated each Wednesday.

Friday

The Carrots at Red 7. Austin-based band the Carrots, who were founded in the mid-aughts by Veronica Ortuño and look to 1960s acts such as the Ronettes and the Supremes for their sound, return after five years with a new album, "New Romance." With Gal Pals and Hidden Ritual. 9 p.m. $7. 611 E. Seventh St. red7austin.com.

Also playing: Bob Schneider (CD release) at Antone’sAmplified heat, Sideshow Tragedy and Tump at MohawkBrea, Legendary Skies, Seventh Circles and They Look Like Strong Hands at BeerlandThe Reynolds Number, the Lonely Hunter, Antiques and Aaron Peace at Stubb’sPower Chief, Bridge Farmers, Pi and Sun Bones at Hole in the WallThe Preservation and Nicholas Ginbey at the Continental ClubPatrice Pike and Malford Milligan at the Saxon PubShinyribs at Strange Brew

Saturday

Feathers at Elysium. Austin-based electronic band Feathers formed in 2011 around singer and songwriter Anastasia Dimou; the group celebrates the release of its new album of angular dance pop, "If All Here Now." With Fielded and Silent Diane. 9 p.m. $8. 705 Red River St. transmissionevents.com.

Also playing:The Zoltars, Low Times, the Rich Hand and Boys at Hotel VegasLemuria, Ghost Knife and Debt at MohawkNew Media Art and Sound Summit at the Salvage Vanguard TheaterThe Dig, Black Books, Royal Forest and the Nouns at Holy MountainEarl Poole Ball at Strange BrewKP and the Boom Boom at the Continental Club

Sunday

Low Cut Connie at Mohawk. Rock duo Low Cut Connie has roots in New Jersey and England; on their 2012 album "Call Me Sylvia," the band pulls from sloppy garage rock, R&B, psychedelia and even a bit of country. With the Bad Lovers. 9 p.m. $6 912 Red River St. mohawkaustin.com.

Also playing: She & Him at ACL Live (technically sold-out)The Blood Royale, Kurraka, Waarface and Prions at Red 7Caifanes at Stubb’sMason Reed at Hole in the WallThe Wagoneers at the Continental Club