Beige Watch with Daniel Gonzales, Corusco, & Fox in the Ground

Beige Watch
An homage to Diablo III and an undying bromance, Beige Watch is a neoclassically inspired post-apocalyptic noise machine.

Daniel Gonzales Band
Daniel Gonzales is a singer/songwriter based out of College Station, Texas. Daniel and his group of experienced musicians create an upbeat and energetic show that provides a memorable experience for every listener.

Corusco is a band that is trying to find the balance between joy and sorrow. They are quiet, loud, and everything in between.

Fox in the Ground
The Fox and the Ground is a music project fronted by Jonathan Richter. They strive daily to not be completely terrible.

Tickets are $5.


The Funky Knuckles


The inevitable result of a talent-soaked soul and jazz community, The Funky Knuckles are taking the sound of Dallas to an entirely different level. They have been together for six years and have played on stages across the U.S and around the world. The band is comprised of musicians and producers who have worked with some of the most respected acts in the music industry (Beyonce, Erykah Badu, Marcus Miller, Stanley Clarke, Talib Kweli, Chris Dave, The Polyphonic Spree, etc.), yet possess a sound distinctly separate from any of their individual projects.

The Funky Knuckles move together musically as a school of fish, never complacent and always stretching the boundaries of improvisation and composition. Whether performing original music or standards, they draw from each member’s musical experiences to create their unique genre-bending sound. They are currently touring internationally and working on new music for their 4th album.

Their second album “Meta-Musica” held the #1 position on the iTunes jazz charts for over a week. They played for sold out audiences across Europe in April 2016 on their first tour overseas.


Free First Friday // Strange Fiction, Dossey, John Marc Kohl


Indie rock/pop band from Austin, Tx.


Dossey is the moniker for artist/songwriter Sarah Dossey, an Austin-based member of folk outfits, The Reliques and Indian & The Jones.

In 2006, Sarah won the Kerrville Folk Festival University Songwriter’s Competition at the University of Texas, and since then has traveled throughout Texas with The Reliques, opening for Derek Webb, Casting Crowns, Paul Coleman, and Phil Wickham. Sarah has traveled to East Asia and Scotland as a member of Austin Sound Exchange – a mission-focused organization that brings the “Austin” sound (Americana, Country, Bluegrass and Folk) to listeners all over the world.

In early 2014, Sarah sought the help of producers Kevin McCollough and Jacob Hildebrand, turning what were once strictly folk songs into ambient electronic movements. Out of this grand exploration of what these folks songs could truly be – cinematic, thematic soundscapes and strong pop melodies – Dossey was born. Since then, Dossey has been featured as a New & Noteable artist on Noisetrade, an artist of the month on Altarwork, and has performed with Gungor,  Beautiful Eulogy and Levi the Poet.


Alternative Rock from College Station, Tx.