Scarecrow People, Resz and Audic Empire Coming Up This Week
Wednesday’s Scarecrow People acoustic duo/ Somethin’ Silky doubleheader continues at House of Rock. Enjoy the acoustic stylings of Scarecrow People from 6-8 p.m. and Somethin’ Silky beginning at 9 p.m. at House of Rock. Beginning as a reggae band in 1991, Scarecrow People became a rock band specializing in a potent blend of “B” sides, soundtracks, 1980s, retro and more. Two-thirds of the popular Corpus Christi trio (Tim Russell and Manuel Ponce) will be present for the duo performances. Somethin’ Silky, a trio featuring Adrian Tello (guitar), Austin Fogle (bass) and Eric Enriquez (drums), has original rock and covers to keep you grooving. It’s also beer Wednesday with $2.50 craft beers and half-price appetizers from 4 p.m. until close.
RESZ brings its cutting-edge modern rock to House of Rock on Friday as the group headlines Local Licks, featuring four local bands. Doors are at 9 p.m. Formed in 2009 in Corpus Christi, the five-piece band has originals and covers that will catch your attention. The group’s album is “Transverse Orientation.” They’ll be joined by Zombie King, Liberating Jane and Nutrol.
Audic Empire has been turning heads in the Austin music scene with its psychedelic, reggae/rock and feel-good tunes. The group will follow Sunday’s Slightly Stoopid and The Expendables show at Old Concrete Street Amphitheater with the official afterparty show at 11 p.m. at House of Rock. Formed in late 2010, the group gives a high intensity performance and achieves its amazing sound with the contrast of two singers, a red-hot guitarist and a rock-solid rhythm section. The group’s first album, “Sativa SunRise” debuted in 2014.