Beloved brother and sister team The Oh Hellos will perform at Stubb’s THIS Saturday, November 21, in celebration of their new album, Dear Wormwood. Austin’s Walker Lukens & The Sidearms and Marmalakes share the bill.
JJ Grey & Mofro put on an energetic and captivating live show, blending soulful blend of blues, rock, folk, funk, gospel. See them live at Stubb’s on Friday the 13th.
Having performed a killer set at this year’s Austin City Limits Music Festival, Beat Connection is coming back to Austin for round two at Stubb’s. Read on to find out the details on their new album, “Product 3.”
Canadian electro-pop artist Lights is on a North American tour behind her highest selling album, Little Machines. The Austin stop of the tour happens at Emo’s this week and features special guests The Mowgli’s and Phases.
Didn’t get the chance to see Kendrick Lamar at his ACL taping? Read on to find out the details on his legendary performance for KLRU’s Austin City Limits.
Forth Worth soul man Leon Bridges took a break between the big festival weekends to tape his ‘Austin City Limits’ debut in front of an enthusiastic audience lucky enough to be in attendance.
Don’t let your festival hangover keep you from missing out on great week night concerts coming through Austin. The Dear Hunter are playing The Parish on Tuesday in support of their new record, Act IV: Rebirth In Reprise.
Dutch DJ legend Tiesto’s label Musical Freedom Radio is featuring Don Diablo for their Musical Freedom Radio Episode 20 this month. Exclusively aired on SoundCloud, Don Diablo’s relaxed mix covers a wide spread of genres with some unexpected song choices. The mix even includes some recent music from the producer himself. Don Diablo, also Dutch, […]
Austin-based singer, songwriter and guitar virtuoso Gary Clark Jr. taped an episode for the upcoming season of ‘Austin City Limits’ on Monday night. The Austin hometown hero did not disappoint.
Austin symphonic rock band Mother Falcon performs two shows in Austin this weekend despite delaying the release of their new album. Get familiar with the group in this new feature with saxophonist Andrew Fontenot.
This weekend Austin singer-songwriter Danny Malone celebrates his birthday with a live concert at Holy Mountain. Matt Hines of The Easter Sea and Ben Ballinger share the bill. Be there to share what is sure to be a historical night in Austin music history before Holy Mountain closes its doors this fall.
Oakland favorites Shannon and the Clams are throwing some new music our way this fall. Keep on reading and don’t miss out on listening to their newest single “Corvette.”
If you love EDM, you will love this new remix by A-Trak. NY’s The Chainsmokers are back at it with A-Trak for another fresh track. Take a look on what’s up with these guys and make sure to listen in.
Can you believe it’s been 20 years since Garbage released their self-titled debut album? They will be making a stop in Austin this fall. Read on for more details.
The Glitch Mob have not only released a new single, but are set to release TWO more next week when their EP comes out. They will be in town this weekend, headlining the X Games. It’s going to be badass. Read on to sneak a listen.
The Fratellis are making their way to our part of the world in support of them their new album coming out this August. Read up on what’s new with this trio from Scotland.
Philadelphia’s Marian Hill joins the long list of talent coming to Austin this fall for ACL Festival. Keep reading to learn more about this duo and catch their newest music video for “One Time.”
The Weeknd has killed the charts with “Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey)” for the last few months. His new release “The Hills” is coming to take the top. Check out the video for his new track.
Don’t miss Jenny Lewis’ new music video for “She’s Not Me,” another favorite off of ‘The Voyager.’ She’s brought some more friends to recreate some of her shining acting moments.
Fans of Mae will get their nostalgia fix live in person at Mohawk this weekend as their “The Everglow” 10th anniversary tour makes an Austin stop. They’ll be joined by touring mates All Get Out.