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Unlike her Sasquatch! Festival performance, Angel Olsen won't be wind-whipped during her concert at Neumos.

Tues, Oct 6
Bass maestro Stephen “Thundercat” Bruner crafts his own unique sound thanks to an ability to creatively play everything from hip hop to metal to jazz, and hip-hop. Thundercat's work is at the core of Kendrick Lamar's Album of the Year contender To Pimp a Butterfly, he frequently collaborates with the ultra chic Flying Lotus, and his new EP The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam dropped this summer to critical acclaim. There's no limit to the music expression that will be on display when he heads to town. The Crocodile, $18

Wed, Oct 7
Angel Olsen
Angel Olsen’s smokey vocals and finely crafted lyrics crush even the hardest heart into rubble. The singer-songwriter from Asheville, North Carolina put out one of 2014′s best records in the form of Burn Your Fire for No Witness, and with the end of that album’s touring cycle rapidly approaching, it’s an ideal time to see Olsen play live. Neumos, $16

Wed, Oct 7
Red Bull Sound Select: Austra
The ultra thrifty Red Bull Sound Select concert series closes out its 2015 slate with a headlining set by piano-heavy Toronto electronic band Austra. Make sure to show up early for the wild local rock of Gazebos and the inviting digital sounds of electronic duo USFTractor Tavern, $3–$12

Oct 8–18
20th Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival 
It’s celebration time for Three Dollar Bill Cinema, as the nonprofit’s Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival marks its 20th anniversary of providing an outlet for queer cinematic voices. This edition’s highlights include Julianne Moore and Ellen Page in Freeheld, a drama about the battle for domestic partnership rights, and the documentary about Seattle drag superstar Jinkx Monsoon, Drag Becomes Him. Various venues, $5–$33; Festival pass $85–$225

Thru Oct 31
Rose Guadalupe Posada with Manuel Manilla: Calaveras and Broadsides
Prepare for Dia de Los Muertos (November 1) all month by viewing the works of 19th century Mexican artists José Guadalupe Posada with Manuel Manilla calavera caricatures, the now omnipresent cartoon skull motif that became a touchstone in Mexican culture. See the original skull-adorned broadsides that the artists created, as well as restrikes of some of Posada’s finest bony drawings. Davidson Galleries, Free

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