Wednesday: Jack White at Austin360 Amphitheater. His latest album, “Boarding House Reach,” is an insane mix of thrash funk, rap rock and the gutsy garage rock we know and love. There are hits and misses, but it’s an interesting collection from an artist who’s constantly evolving. He debuted the album live with a series of intimate gigs in London and the reports are promising, but if you go, prepare to stow your phone. White ejects fans who attempt to record him. $40-$89.50. 8 p.m. 9201 Circuit of the Americas Blvd. austin360amphitheater.com. — D.S.S.


Wednesday: Lloyd Cole at 3Ten. There have been lots of entry points into Cole’s work, from his 1980s rise in Britain fronting the Commotions, to 1991’s orchestral-rock masterwork “Don’t Get Weird On Me Babe” after his move to New York, to his later collaborations with Jill Sobule in the Negatives. For me, it was 1995’s “Love Story,” one of the great acoustic folk-pop albums of its time. He’s released just a couple of records this decade, but he has plenty to draw from in his live shows. $21-$25. 8 p.m. 310 Willie Nelson Blvd. 3tenaustin.com. — P.B.


Thursday: Curtis Roush at Barracuda. Written largely in the West Texas desert, Roush’s “Cosmic Campfire Music” reflects those wide-open environs with spacious production that leaves plenty of room for the music to breathe. Touches of the psychedelic rock Roush plays with Bright Light Social Hour are evident here, but the acoustic foundation of mesmerizing tracks such as “Polestar” and “You Already Got Me” suit his tuneful arrangements and plaintive tenor vocals well. $12. 9 p.m. doors. 611 E. Seventh St. barracudaaustin.com. — P.B.

Tune-Yards are at Emo’s on Wednesday. Jay Janner / American-Statesman 2014



Marian Hill, Michl at Emo’sMelvins, Spotlights at Mohawk outdoorThee Oh Sees, Dream Decay, Leather Girls at Hotel VegasDale Watson, Peterson Brothers at Continental ClubMystery Monday with Christine Albert, Bill Kirchen, Redd Volkaert, Earl Poole Ball at El Mercado BackstageChurch on Monday Band at Continental GalleryJonathan Terrell, Nathan Fleming at Sam’s Town PointDylan Bishop Band, Blue Monday at Antone’sOpen mic with Kacy Crowley at Cactus Cafe


Darkness, Diarrhea Planet at Emo’sDistillers at Mohawk outdoor (sold out)The World Is a Beautiful Place and I Am No Longer Afraid to Die, Pianos Become the Teeth, Queen of Jeans at BarracudaMike Stinson, Beat Root Revival at Continental ClubSharon Bourbonnais & Tijuana Trainwreck Horns at One-2-One BarScott Martin at Cactus CafeMrs. Glass at Antone’s


Mansionair, Mikky Ekko, Nombe at ParishKiefer Sutherland, Rick Brantley at Antone’sTune-Yards, My Brightest Diamond at Emo’sResidents at BelmontRogue Wave at EmpireBing & Ruth at Central Presbyterian ChurchTexas Radio Live with Jeff Plankenhorn, Beth Chrisman & the Morning Afters at Guero’sChris Gage with Christine Albert, Kym Warner at El Mercado BackstageWarren Hood at ABGBTje Austin at Hilton Cannon & Belle


Greta Van Fleet at Stubb’s outdoor (sold out) Devin the Dude at EmpireKathy Mattea with Bill Cooley at One World TheatreWalter Trout, Lance Lopez, Red Young & His Hot Horns at Antone’sUnplugged at the Grove with James McMurtry at Shady GroveSilas Lowe, Frauleins at Cactus CafeBonnie Whitmore, Graham Weber at Continental GalleryRobynn Shayne, Patrice Pike, Love & Chaos at Saxon Puerbones album release at Sidewinder