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Seven Days of Music: Oct. 29-Nov. 4

Headbanging at the drive-in, live jazz over brunch, and more music events this week in Pittsburgh

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Plasmid “Tough Guy” — see Mon., Nov. 2
Thu., Oct. 29 (IRL)
Sullivan King, Riot Ten. 7-11 p.m. Starlight Drive-In, 1985 N. Main St. Ext., Butler. $170-230.
Pack a few pillows to pad your car and ensure extra noggin protection because it’s going to be hard not to headbang when electronic DJs Sullivan King and Riot Ten take the stage at Starlight Drive-In.

Fri., Oct. 30 (IRL)
SPUDS and A.T.S. 7-10 p.m. Strip District Terminal, 1701 Smallman St., Strip District. Suggested donation of $10-20.
The Strip District Terminal is partnering with Pittsburgh punk anthology to bring bands A.T.S. and SPUDS together for an outdoor concert benefiting Life’sWork Western PA, a nonprofit organization that helps individuals with disabilities and other barriers thrive in the workplace. Each ticket entitles you to an approximately 8-foot space for up to two attendees from the same household.

Sat., Oct. 31 (Livestream)
Code Orange. 4 p.m. $15+.
Join Code Orange for “BACK INSIDE THE GLASS,” a livestream performance placing the band at the center of “awe-inspiring virtual landscapes.” The set will feature special guests Machine Girl, Year Of The Knife (playing their LP Internal Incarceration in full), and Jesus Piece, kicking off the stream with brand-new sets delivered through a cinematic lens.

Sun., Nov. 1 (IRL)
Jazz Brunch Fundraiser. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Presidents Pub, 88 N Main St., Washington. $30.
The Washington Jazz Society’s Afterschool Music Program provides free music lessons, instruments, and classes to qualifying school-aged students in Washington County. Help raise money for the program during an afternoon of live jazz from Dan Baker and Friends, which also includes a brunch buffet.

Mon., Nov. 2 (Music to stream)
Yorel Tifsim. They Call Them Nownlaters.
A mixture of house, hip hop, and more, They Call Them Nownlaters from rapper and producer Yorel Tifsim is a playlist of instrumentals full of strong vibes.

Tue., Nov. 3 (IRL)
Rich Zabinski Quartet. 7-9 p.m. Brick Shop, 177 40th St., Lawrenceville. Free.
Ring in the Brick Shop’s grand reopening in the TRYP Hotel with music from the Rich Zabinski Quartet. The band includes Rick Matt on saxophone, Greg Lutz on keyboards, Chris McGraw on bass, and Rich Zabinski on drums.

Wed., Nov. 4 (Music to stream)
Plasmid. “Tough Guy” Cover. Search ‘Plasmid’ on Spotify.
A ferocious energized track that makes you want to grab your skateboard and keep shredding, Plasmid’s cover of The Beastie Boys’ “Tough Guy” will help even the most weary of us push through hump day.

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