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Hey, cool news for Dallasites who, too often, find themselves forgetting to designate a driver until it's way too late. No longer do you have to rely on expensive taxis, long walks or that stranger at the bar that you've just convinced that you're not a murderer for a ride home.
This week, the folks at Uber launched their low-cost ride-sharing alternative option, UberX, which you can read more about here.The best part, though, is that if you use the service tonight, you and some friends could be in for some free rides.
Meaning? If you're not opposed to going into work hungover tomorrow morning, you've got a free pass to drink as much as you want tonight.
Daikaiju, Sealion and War Party at Three Links
Daikaiju describes itself as follows: “Premium action heroes deliver most high rocket music! Special reverb skill combo for full impact! Loud sonic boom for earful pleasure! Beautiful radiation of hyper-dimensional springy sound creates divine psychic wind for your special defense! Worship Psycho-surf band Daikaiju daily for good luck and health!” Listen: When a band's own website describes the groups work in terms that can be best described as stoner Chinese-restaurant menuese, you can expect to be in for a pretty weird night. Anticipate a loud, reverb-drenched set with plenty of show-offy instrumentals from this mysterious, masked Alabama quartet. — Stephen Young
Dead Confederate at Lola's
Whether you happened to miss Athens rockers Dead Confederate last night at Dan's in Dednton or if just prefer to see them at a venue that allows indoor smoking, you'll have your chance to make it up tonight when the band finds itself in Fort Worth. — Cory Graves
Southern Renaissance at Renfield's Corner
The fall season of the Uptown bar's free local music series continues tonight with Dallas Americana outfit Michael Donner & The Southern Renaissance. — CG
Vinyl Preservation Society at Crown and Harp
At tonight's meeting of the VPS, attendees will share stories of unexpected vinyl purchases prior to the birth of the internet. As always, BYOV is encouraged. — CG
Zoe at House of Blues
They've been called everything from a psychedelic band to a prog-rock outfit and even Mexico's answer to Radiohead. Whatever you call them, though, Mexico's biggest alt-rockers, Zoe, just released their long-awaited Programaton, their first studio effort in five years. Expect die-hards of the Spanish-speaking outfit to pack out the venue tonight. — CG
65daysofstatic at Dada
These math-rocky English instrumental post-rockers headline bill that also features the like-minded Caspian and the plus-sized emo collective The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die. — CG
To find out what else is going on today, this week and beyond, check out our events page.