R&B/hip-hop icon Lauryn Hill made the most of her weekend in Austin with a Fun Fun Fun Fest performance and her ‘Austin City Limits’ debut taping. The rare television performance was everything you think it was, and then some.
Vintage Trouble talks ‘1 Hopeful Rd,’ influences, their fans or “troublemakers,” and ‘Austin City Limits.’ See them live at Emo’s in Austin on Oct. 30.
L.A. soul quartet Vintage Trouble taped their debut ‘Austin City Limits’ episode this week to be aired at a later date. From what we saw, it is a high energy episode you won’t want to miss.
KLRU-TV taped a performance by Alabama Shakes on October 2 for Austin City Limits’ 41st season on PBS. Read our recap before it airs and check out the live photos.
KLRU-TV will taped a performance by legendary singer-songwriter James Taylor for Austin City Limits’ 41st season on PBS.
American Sharks has released its debut album on The End Records, a nine-song collection that screams of Satan and demons, and is a whole lotta fun to listen to. Read more about the mischievous metal band in this exclusive interview.
‘Spring Break of the Soul’ is Bill Baird’s latest collection of songs that will once again classify him as impossible-to-classify, because if one thing is certain, it’s that Baird likes to explore. Learn more about the eclectic album, and the man behind it.
Singer-songwriter Aimee Bobruk constantly thinks in terms of images. Her lyrics originate as clear pictures that form in her mind and are carefully put together like movie clips. Read about the Huntsville, Texas, native and her new album.
The gusts of wind whistling through the Mohawk rooftop danced with the sounds of Other Lives and we all swayed and stomped. Their album Tamer Animals is very tribal, and that was definitely channeled on stage.
Austin blues king Gary Clark Jr. gets his time to shine this month on VH1’s “You Otta Know” artist spotlight series. We could have told them a long time ago that they “outta know him.”
Ringo Deathstarr guitarist and vocalist Elliot Frazier tells us about songwriting, touring, shaking up crowds and what it’s like to be name-checked as an Austin hipster band by The New York Times.
There are kids born to cause an uproar—those kids you knew in class, who even in kindergarten you could tell were always going to be getting into trouble. Matt & Kim are those kids, and they proved it once again Oct. 20 at Stubb’s.
Cinema East is presenting a screening of ‘Marvin, Seth, and Stanley’ at the South Lamar Drafthouse with Q&A by director Stephen Gurewitz.
Cinema East presents a screening of ‘Nobody Walks’ starring Olivia Thirlby at Violet Crown Cinema.
Dana Falconberry just got some pretty great news: NPR’s All Songs Considered premiered her single “Crooked River” and named her upcoming release, Leelanau, one of fall’s most anticipated albums. She says, with a wide smile, that it’s dreamlike to be able to check that off her bucket list. But right now everything is surreal to Falconberry, who after […]
Welcome to Hurtsville, brooders of the world. After Jack Ladder’s debut Not Worth Waiting For and sophomore album Love is Gone, the Aussie is back along with Dreamlanders Laurence Pike, Kirin J Callinan and Donny Benét. Recorded in the New South Wales countryside, Holloweyed Records brings you Hurtsville. The two-time Australian Music Prize nominee has […]
Since 2005 Brooklyn duo Matt & Kim have been entertaining crowds with their indie punk pop, full of giddy hooks that are sure to stick to you like Hubba Bubba. The duo’s popularity has grown in large part thanks to their live show, which they have focused on and fortified over the years. Their third […]
A decade before Gold Beach, Michael Winningham and Tony Daugherty were students playing together in their first college rock band. A decade before that, they were a couple of 9-year-old kids who lived on the same block in Houston, Texas. But they completely lost touch during childhood when Daugherty moved away and enrolled in a […]