The two Detroit-raised cousins performed their first original song together as eight and nine year olds using a small Cassio keyboard. Since moving to Austin as 20-somethings, Migrant Kids have found their niche.
Austin duo Feuding Fathers are celebrating the release of their third EP, ‘Kid Tested, Father Approved’. Despite the fact that math rock typically doesn’t gather the attention of girls, they do it anyway and do it well.
Most bands pinball within the confines of a triangle, careening incessantly from point to point: studio, van, stage; with a liquor store pitted dead center like a throbbing, infected bulls eye. Austin’s Royal Forest, on the other hand, is resolute about venturing out with gear in tow. Out, deep, high, and altogether far afield. To […]
“The town we’re from is a very Christian town,” tells John Gable, “and it’s usually Christian hardcore bands playing at churches.” Not being of that ilk, the musician’s early hometown shows never went well. “So a friend of mine at a Christian show is like, ‘Hey, you know what there aren’t enough of at Christian shows? Knife […]
Neither violent hailstorms, legions of snakes, nor a rampaging swarm of bees are evoked in the timbre of Good Field’s self-titled LP, but a portion of singer-songwriter Paul Price’s lyricism incubated under those conditions.