Quiet Company at Threadgill’s South. This Austin quartet’s terrific new EP ‘Songs For Staying In’ is full of big, open-armed pop songs that will get you out. Former Eisley bassist Taylor Muse writes songs that frolic midway between ‘Pet Sounds’ and the Cowsills, while the band keeps a contempo ‘Juno’ lilt on the sound. Really irresistible stuff. $10. 10 p.m. 301 W. Riverside Drive. www. threadgills.com.
— Michael Corcoran
Also recommended: The New Pornographers at Stubb’s, Gobi and Richard Gear at Scoot Inn, Bad Sports at Beerland, Martyhead (Motörhead tribute) at the Hole In the Wall, Junior Brown at the Cactus Cafe.
Raul Jaurena and the Texas Tango Five. Famed tango composer Astor Piazzolla called Raul Jaurena ‘one of the greatest bandoneon players ever.’ After a sold-out, critically acclaimed concert last summer, Jaurena returns for an all Piazzolla concert, including work from the composer’s ‘Tango Zero Hour.’ 7:30 p.m. First Unitarian Church, 4700 Grover Ave. $25. www.austin chambermusic.org.
Este Vato and El Tule. Two Latin bands perform live; both infuse cumbia and elements of beat-driven music. 8:30 p.m. $8. Esquina Tango, 209 Pedernales St. www.esquinatangoaustin. com.
Dave Koz and Jonathan Butler with Sheila E. 8 p.m., Riverbend Centre, 4214 N. Capital of Texas Highway. $35 to $100. oneworld theatre.org
Wisin and Yandel at the Erwin Center. The Latin urban artists make an Austin stop on their U.S. tour. 8 p.m., 1701 Red River St. $36-$76. www.uterwin center.com.