Critics' Pick: SUSTO at Cattivo | Music | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper

[FOLK-ISH] + THU., OCT. 19

South Carolina indie-rock band SUSTO dips its toes into a couple of genres, managing to linger in both Americana and psychedelic jam rock, somewhere between Lee Hazelwood and Dr. Dog. The lyrics touch on the complications of Southern living, as in “Cosmic Cowboy” and “Gay in the South,” from the 2017 album & I’m Fine Today. The band shares the bill at Cattivo with Colorado folk singer Esme Patterson. Her airy and melancholic voice contrasts nicely with her music’s sharper elements.

7 p.m. 146 44th St., Lawrenceville. $12-15. All ages. 412-687-2157 or

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