For those interested in rocking out 1970s style, Woodlands Tavern presents Bright Light Social Hour, a party-hard mashup of the decade's genres, facial hair and other descriptors. Disco, prog, country rock and a decadent spirit of debauchery are wrapped up in the mustachioed Austin combo's live show. Joining them Sunday will be Boston's David Wax Museum, a folk-pop duo that spices up their big-chorus Americana tracks with some traditional sounds from south of the border. Given the props they're racking up, at least one of these bands is going to become famous enough that you'll be glad you saw them in such a small room.

For those interested in rocking out 1970s style, Woodlands Tavern presents Bright Light Social Hour, a party-hard mashup of the decade's genres, facial hair and other descriptors. Disco, prog, country rock and a decadent spirit of debauchery are wrapped up in the mustachioed Austin combo's live show. Joining them Sunday will be Boston's David Wax Museum, a folk-pop duo that spices up their big-chorus Americana tracks with some traditional sounds from south of the border. Given the props they're racking up, at least one of these bands is going to become famous enough that you'll be glad you saw them in such a small room.