MU­SIC

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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.

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