Follow Your Marrow.
Recently, in the journal Preventive Medicine, researchers printed the results of a study that suggests social media use is bad for your health. Also, says the study, checking one’s various feeds late at night makes falling asleep more difficult.
We’re willing to bet that even after hearing that, you’re probably not willing to cut back on your Facebook checking. So we’ll just have to find you something to do for all that time when you’re having trouble falling asleep. — Cory Graves
Marrow at Three Links
Marrow was formed a couple of years ago from the ashes of Kids These Days. This time around, its members have dropped the rap element and stuck to a traditional four-piece group. But the music is strong, with solid vocals and lyrics from Macie Stewart and LIam Cunningham and a wide range of style in their songs. Sima Cunningham and The Hendersons open. — Paul Wedding
Narrow/Arrow at Liquid Lounge
Narrow/Arrow is a post-hardcore/indie-folk band from Ohio. The band is very TTNG-esque with complex guitar rhythms and high-pitched vocals. It's unclear how long this concert could possibly be, because they've only released one five-track long LP. But there's a shitload of other bands playing including Exwhy and Many Rooms. — PW
AGFA Secret Screening at Alamo Drafthouse (Free)
Once a month Alamo Drafthouse will hold screenings of rare 35mm prints – everything from b-movies to classics. The thing is, you won’t know what movie they’ll be showing that night until the lights dim and the projectors start rolling. Good, bad, or otherwise, though, your tickets won’t cost a thing. — CG
Outward Bound Mixtape Sessions at RBC (Free)
This regular Monday night event promises to be anything but regular. Curated by the always cutting edge Stefan Gonzalez, Dallas’ best, if not most interesting drummer, these pretty-much-weekly events tend to host some of the most challenging and “out there” performers in town. For instance, this week's edition includes performances from Li-Po, Black Doll and Inferno Texino. You may love what you hear, or you may hate it. Either way you absolutely won’t find it boring. — CG