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Monday music picks: A Sunny Day in Glasgow, Kelley Mickwee

Peter Blackstock
pblackstock@statesman.com

Editor’s note: This article was originally published July 20, 2014

A Sunny Day in Glasgow at Mohawk indoor. With members from Philadelphia, Brooklyn and Sydney, Australia, this alt-pop outfit comes by its name naturally. “Sea When Absent,” released last month, is the band’s fourth album but first since 2010; it’s a sonically ambitious step forward, with dense layers of noise providing frameworks of twisted beauty for the soaring vocals of Annie Fredrickson and Jen Goma to float through. The Villettes and Wildfires open. $8. 9:30 p.m. 912 Red River St. mohawkaustin.com.

Also: Official release date for former Trishas member Kelley Mickwee’s solo debut, “You Used to Live Here,” isn’t until Tuesday, but she’ll have copies for sale when she plays a 5 p.m. free in-store at Waterloo Records. … This month’s co-host of Christine Albert’s “Mystery Monday” gig at El Mercado is Gonzo master Bob Livingston, with fiddler Richard Bowden along for the ride.