Happening Sunday: Tijuana Panthers, Glue, and more

-Glue, Pure Disgust, Birth (Defects), The Emmies: Austin has a notoriously impressive hardcore scene, but we’re too lazy to drive all the way to Texas/do not want to deal with Texas to experience it firsthand. Luckily one of the city’s loudest punk representatives, Glue, is coming to us, joining the East Coast hardcore sounds of Pure Disgust, Birth (Defects), and The Emmies, so we can get a taste without leaving our backyard. 9 p.m., The Windup Space, 12 W. North Ave., (410) 244-8855, thewindupspace.com, $8. (Maura Callahan)

-Tijuana Panthers, The Garden, Skull Theft, The Lushpockets: Baby, it’s cold outside. Wouldn’t it be nice to head somewhere warm? Maybe you can’t, but the Long Beach surf band Tijuana Panthers at the Ottobar may be just the cure for the post-holiday blues. Summer never seemed so close with their surf-rock guitar sound. The Panthers will be joined by fellow SoCal "Vada Vada" group The Garden. These two SoCal soul mates are traveling together on a seven-stop East Coast tour through early January, and will be joined tonight by local rockers Skull Theft and The Lushpockets. Must be 18 and over. 9:30 p.m., Ottobar, 2549 N. Howard St., (410) 662-0069, theottobar.com, $8. (Courtney Fiorini)

-From the Short List: Spallden Nterprize presents the Rap Royalty Awards, an all-female hip-hop award show, at St. Mary’s Restaurant & Bar. Virginia pop/rock band The Ruin City plays Baltimore Soundstage with Mae. New Jersey ambient instrumental band A Film In Color plays the Charm City Art Space with Your Persona and Body Thief. Don’t miss: Local experimental math-rock band Monsters Of The Antipodes plays the Ottobar with Time Columns, Hotel Neon, and A Worthless Homestead.

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