The Five Best Concerts In DFW This Week, November 19-21

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Cool Womb, Featherface, Pageantry Monday, November 19, at Hailey's Club, $3 A new experimental duo, Cool Womb, which features members of Spooky Folk and Peopleodian, play a quick set. Opening the night is Houston's psych group Featherface and Denton pop trio Pageantry.

The Birthday Massacre, William Control, Aesthetic Perfection Tuesday, November 20, at The Door, $13/$18 Canadian goth rockers The Birthday Massacre, known in the late '90s as Imagica, will help create a night of industrial sounds with darkwave artist William Control. The electronic musician just dropped his third full-length, Silentium Amoris, earlier this year. Electro-industrial duo Aesthetic Perfection opens.

The Tony Q Project Tuesday, November 20, at House of Blues, Free Featured on the Voodoo Stage this week is Dallas' jazz and R&B trio The Tony Q Project. If you're staying in town for Thanksgiving, catch the group for free. The threesome does a pretty mean cover of "No Diggity."

Future of the Left, Soviet Wednesday, November 21, at the Prophet Bar, $10/$12 In addition to the pissed-off sounds of Wales group Future of the Left, drawn from latest album The Plot Against Common Sense, you can also take in the sixth anniversary of the Prophet Bar's Wednesday night jam session with RC Williams, the Gritz and Raheem Devaughn.

The Reverend Horton Heat, The Von Ehrics, Holy Moly Wednesday, November 21, at Trees, $20 The Rev returns to Trees for this Thanksgiving Eve to-do, with the left hook of the Von Ehrics, and the right hook of Holy Moly.

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