SR helped put this thing together and DL basically wrote it. Sorry it's a little short, and a little late.
Uptown Fridays with Select (Zubar): I have always been impressed with Select's live sets, and his birthday party last Saturday was no exception. Most people can't even stay conscious during their own birthday party, and he was able to put on a brilliant set. This is easily the best thing going on in Dallas tonight.
Jubilee/Zwounds/Sarah and the Octopuss (1919 Hemphill)
Johnny Lloyd Rollins/Bridges and Blinking Lights/RTB2 (Doublewide): See above.
High Life/Dios Mio/Negaduck (Rubber Gloves): NOTE: This extremely early show starts at 4 PM.
Byron House/Small Pox/Haves & Thirds/Slackbeat/Wounded Infidel (House of Tinnitus): You may not realize it from the usual overdose of hyperbolic fuck-speak that always accompanies news of a HOT show, but this will apparently be tamer, or at least less harsh, than one of their usual events. There's supposed to be a huge live collaboration featuring members of SDS, Lychgate, and Mistress, which leads me to doubt the potential lack of harshness at this show.
Tunneldigger/Language of Light/Echo-Toll (Knight House): I can't believe I live near a place where you have the option of choosing between a show like this and the Tinnitus show above. Makes Denton seem a lot farther than it really is.
Vega/Genova/Disqo Disco/Billingham's Defense System (The Cavern): This might get The Cavern a little crowded, and though I'm glad Vega has stayed in town, I'm a little confused as to which of these shows are a live set with vocals, and which are straight-DJ.
Blixaboy/Xenos/Farah/Tommy L33JON3Z (Fallout Lounge): Farah at Fallout Lounge is a no-brainer. The smaller the venue, the less likely you are to be comfortable, the more you'll enjoy this show. To quote a classic children's book character, "I'm not locked up in here with you. You're locked up in here with me."
The Angelus/History at Our Disposal/Dust Congress/Timeline Post (Rubber Gloves):
Fight to Die/Unit 21/DCOI/Raging Boner (1919 Hemphill)