Los Angeles' industrial post-punk darkwave project All Your Sisters and Denver’s industrial crew Echo Beds take the stage at Rozz-Tox on October 24.

A giant, marathon-style bill of noise, ambient, and experimental music – primarily sourced from the Quad Cities, but extending its reach across the Midwest and beyond – lands at Rozz-Tox on October 19 under the title Weird Town 6.

Minneapolis-based singer/songwriter Greta Ruth brings her strain of lush, progressive folk to the Rozz-Tox stage on October 17.

Chicago’s veteran DJ-producer Angel Alanis (a.k.a. A2) and techno selector-producer Maria Goetz visit Rozz-Tox on October 18, backed up by Chicago DJ Franktronic and the Quad Cities’ own Mike Derer and Higgy. The stacked Northern Parallels 037 bill highlights techno and house music, with a hint of acid and electro, in all of their varied forms.

Indie folk-rock band Michigander from lovely Michigan (where else?) plays East Moline venue the Rust Belt on October 9.

The Illinois-based, two-piece, grunge-metal unit Murnau visits Rozz-Tox on October 11, performing on the bill with Davenport-based gothic-psych band Giallows and Macomb-based alternative rock crew Chew Toy.

Baltimore's drone/space-rock duo Darsombra joins Colorado-based indie-rock crew Dear Rabbit and Peoria psych rock band The Golden Fleece on the bill at Rozz-Tox on September 25.

Psych/disco revivalism of the '70s, in various forms, lands at Rozz-Tox on September 27 as Klaus Johann Grobe, Reptaliens, and Sunshrine take the stage.

The beloved singer/songwriter and perennial underdog rocker Mark Mulcahy plays Maquoketa's Codfish Hollow Barn on September 27.

A thick bill of contemporary Midwest garage rock and/or dream pop hits East Moline venue The Rust Belt on September 21 as Twin Peaks, Slow Pulp, and Dehd take the stage.