Here's what's going on in the Live Music Capital of the World this week.

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Friday: Snow Tha Product at Emo’s. For the past few years, the Mexican American rap breakout has been on a mission to collaborate with like-minded artists and elevate the Latino presence in hip-hop. After parting ways with her longtime label, Atlantic, she's been revelling in her return to indie status by flexing her bilingual flow on a string of blazing singles. At her live shows, she mixes razor sharp verses and club-friendly hooks into an intoxicating mess of sweaty exhilaration. It’s a conscious turn up, ratchet, but woke. $25-$30. 8 p.m. doors. 2015 E. Riverside Drive. emosaustin.com — D.S.S.

Friday: Lemonheads, Tommy Stinson at Barracuda. Hello, 1992! Indie music is still called alternative rock, and Boston heartthrob Evan Dando’s band is the toast of the underground. And Stinson, fresh from the Replacements’ demise, is going his own way. Except it’s 2019, which makes this double bill even more intriguing, really. The new Lemonheads record, “Varshons 2,” is the sequel to an all-covers record they did a decade ago and features songs from the likes of the Jayhawks, Lucinda Williams and John Prine. $25. 9 p.m. doors. 611 E. Seventh St. barracudaaustin.com. — P.B.

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Saturday: Lee Fields & the Expressions at Mohawk outdoor. Propelled by passion and brimming with optimism, “It Rains Love,” the soaring new release from soul dynamo Lee Fields, reverberates with raw heart. Focused on the life-affirming joy of love, it feels like an antidote to ugly divisiveness that’s plagued our country over the last few years. Fields, whose storied career includes a stint in Kool and the Gang’s band, released his first album in 1969. This tour celebrates 50 years of sharing sweet soul music with audiences around the world. $25. 8 p.m. doors. 912 Red River St. mohawkaustin.com — D.S.S.

Sunday: Zoe Keating at Central Presbyterian Church. The acclaimed cellist has performed with everyone from Thomas Dolby to DJ Shadow. In her solo shows, she uses a loop pedal to create intricate compositions with bold melodic motifs that drift through complex soundscapes, rich with texture and emotion. $25. 7 p.m. doors. 200 E. Eighth St. marginwalkerpresents.com — D.S.S.

Sunday: Strings in the Park with Kevin Russell at Central Market North. The longtime leader of Strings Attached, a local string-music collective, violinist Will Taylor welcomes Shinyribs leader Russell as his special guest for this free afternoon show “celebrating Austin's environmental awareness, natural beauty, musicians and companies who care.” It’s the second year for this event co-sponsored by H-E-B and Biointegrity, a local organization addressing global environmental issues. 3 p.m. 4101 N. Lamar Blvd. stringsinthepark.com. (This show was rescheduled from the original May 12 date.) — P.B.

Tuesday: John Hiatt acoustic at Paramount Theatre. Hiatt has been one of America’s best songwriters since the 1970s, and he’s played Austin often over the years with full-band support. An acoustic setting is ideal for his more heartfelt material and might be cause for him to pull out some songs he hasn’t played on recent tours. $25-$50. 8 p.m. 713 Congress Ave. austintheatre.org. — P.B.

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Wednesday-Thursday: Metalachi at Antone’s. Hey, you got metal in my mariachi! Never mind chocolate and peanut butter, here’s two great sounds that sound great together. Or, well, at the very least it’s an intriguing and entertaining concept. Austin has its own take on this, sort of, with Brown Sabbath, but Los Angeles band Metalachi takes the theatrical element of this mashup to another level. Tequila Rock Revolution opens. $18-$20. 9 p.m. 305 E. Fifth St. antonesnightclub.com. — P.B.

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Friday

Joe Jackson at Paramount Theatre

Vieux Farka Toure, Jackie Venson at 04 Center

Ana Popovic at One World Theatre

Rooney at 3Ten

Inner Wave, Claud at Antone’s

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society “Soul Food” benefit with Ruthie Foster, Charlie Faye & the Fayettes at Empire Garage

Rebirth with Nadis Warriors, Desert Dwellers, Random Rab, more at Parish

Mike Flanigin Trio with Jimmie Vaughan, Rosie Flores Revue at C-Boy’s

Bishops, Eimaral Sol at Geraldine’s

American Dreamer, Ley Line at Townsend

Flavor Raid, Black & White Years at Stubb’s indoor

Anika, Christelle Bofale EP release, Single Lash at Mohawk indoor

Michael Bain album release at Hole in the Wall

Doug Lawrence at Parker Jazz Club

Marfa Crush, Pudge Zeppelin, Oliver Future, Blues Specialists at Continental Club

Clusterfunk, Hector Ward & the Big Time, Extreme Heat at One-2-One Bar

Saturday

Imogen Heap at ACL Live

Mattiel, PR Newman at Mohawk indoor

Mike Flanigin Trio with Jimmie Vaughan, Kathy & the Kilowatts at C-Boy’s

Shy Beast vinyl release, Otis the Destroyer, Dr. Joe at Antone’s

Cotton Mather, Wiretree, San Saba County at 3Ten

Trouble in the Streets, TV Broken 3rd Eye Open, Max Moscoe Quartet at One-2-One Bar

Tomar & the FCs, Redd Volkaert at Continental Club

Lost Counts, Beaver Nelson at Continental Gallery

Western Youth at Cosmic

Tomas Ramirez at Elephant Room

Magic Rockers of Texas at Hole in the Wall

Kev Bev at ABGB

Sunday

Suns at Hotel Vegas

Cuban Doll at Empire Control Room

Cub Sport, Minor Poet at Stubb’s indoor

Resentments, Beat Root Revival at Saxon Pub

Savage Poor, Baraja de Oro at One-2-One Bar

Missy Beth & the Morning Afters at ABGB

Brett Coats, Lavelle White at Antone’s

Doppel album release at Cosmic

Eric Hisaw, RB3, Soulphonics at Sam’s Town Point

Derek O’Brien at Hilton Cannon & Belle

Monday

TTNG, Kraken Quartet at Barracuda

Christelle Bofale at Waterloo Records

John X Reed, Peterson Brothers at Continental Club

Church on Monday Band at Continental Gallery

Brad Stivers, Blue Monday with Carl Weathersby at Antone’s

Smallpools, Royal Teeth, Keelan Donovan at Stubb’s indoor

Ben Cina at Geraldine’s

Open mic with Kacy Crowley at Cactus Cafe

Tuesday

Julia Jacklin, Black Belt Eagle Scout at Barracuda

Lindsay Beaver, Antone’s Big Trio, Ruins at Antone’s

Brother Brothers at Cactus Cafe

Eric Hisaw, Sue Foley Trio, David Grissom at Saxon Pub

Belcurve, Sharks in the Deep End, Sideshow Tragedy at Mohawk indoor

Talbott Brothers, Thomas Csorba at Stubb’s indoor

Warren Hood at Cosmic

Johnny Dioxide, Colin Gilmore, Reeling Kind at Hole in the Wall

Ephraim Owens, Curtis McMurtry at Continental Gallery

Henri Herbert, 8-½ Souvenirs at C-Boy’s

Floyd Domino’s All-Stars at Sam’s Town Point

Wednesday

Sonreal at Stubb’s indoor

Abby Jeanne, Pleasure Venom at Empire Control Room

Jon Dee Graham, William Harries Graham at Continental Club

La Mona Loca, Shawnee Kilgore at One-2-One Bar

Warren Hood at ABGB

Trube Farrell & Snizz, Matt Hubbard Trio, John X Reed at C-Boy’s

Blue Water Highway at Stubb’s indoor

Ellington Night, Jitterbug Vipers at Elephant Room

Shelley King at Hilton Cannon & Belle

Craig Marshall at Townsend

Wil Cope cassette release at Hole in the Wall

Young Artist Program Showcase at Cactus Cafe

Thursday

Los Coast at Waterloo Records

Dessa, Monakr at 3Ten

Monte Montgomery at One World Theatre

Ephraim Owens Quartet, Mitch Watkins Trio at Elephant Room

Flyjack, Beat Root Revival at C-Boy’s

Bonnie Whitmore, Monte Warden & the Dangerous Few at Continental Gallery

Barfield, Casper Rawls at Continental Club

James Steinle, Zane Williams at Saxon Pub

Jimmie Dreams, Guitar Grady at Sam’s Town Point