Universal Pictures, School Boy Records and Republic Records announce the ‘Jem and the Holograms’ official soundtrack album will be available at all digital retailers on Friday, October 23.
KLRU-TV will taped a performance by legendary singer-songwriter James Taylor for Austin City Limits’ 41st season on PBS.
Mariachi and metal? Hell yeah. Get excited as Metalachi comes back to Austin to rock faces off once again. Enter our drawing for a chance to win tickets to the show at Elysium.
If you’re an old punk or a young busker, you might want to head over to the The Marchesa Hall & Theatre on Saturday as the good folks of the Austin Film Society are screening Revenge of the Mekons, a new documentary about the gritty punk/country/folk band of the same name.
Starting this December, the Blue Starlite will usher in its season finale by taking it ole school. Hasta la vista boring holiday traditions as the drive-in pays tribute to the 1908s classics that were released in either 1984 or 1985. Don’t worry traditionalists, you’ll still get your Charlie Brown fix too.
The legendary DJ QBert is on “The Guided Space Tour” in support of 2 extraordinary albums (one from space and one from earth). The tour features special guest Jeremy Ellis and hits Austin this week for a big show at Holy Mountain. Enter our drawing for a chance to win tickets to the show.
Harlem rapper Kid Art released on of the dopest new tracks to hit the internet with “FACETIME” ft. Cha$e. Backpackers and hipsters alike will enjoy this one. Please believe.
You ain’t ready for hip-hop jazz fusionist Jose James. The Blue Note recording artist is coming to Austin for a headlining concert at Empire Control Room & Garage. This is one of our best weekend giveaways yet. Enter now.
Red River Noise is teaming up with our friends at Texas Is Funny to present the tour kickoff show for Vetter Kids. The night is full of angsty, post-dude rock as Teenage Swoon, Dahling and Naked Pictures round out the bill. What else are you going to do on Tuesday night? SRSLY.
Austin-based pop-punk favorites Dynamite Boy will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of their last full-length studio album at Mohawk on Saturday. Driver Friendly, Adam & the Bullshark and Gentleman Rogues open. Enter to win tickets.
Pachanga Latino Music Festival kicked things off this year with a pre-party at Empire Control Room & Garage on Friday night. Venezuelan indie-rockers La Vida Bohéme headlined a lineup of local favorites.
‘The Backseat’, a coming of age comedic drama directed by Ryan O’Leary explores love, rock ‘n’ roll and hemorrhoids. Yup, hemorrhoids.
Time for a road trip metal heads. The Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival peeps announced their 2014 lineup today. The lineup includes Body Count, Korn, Suicide Silence and more.
Do you remember The Glitch Mob concert at Emo’s? Probably not because you were on ‘dat Molly. Don’t lie. We saw you. Lucky for you, we sent our photographer to shoot these epic live photos. You’re welcome.
This summer ACL Live and Transmission are presenting Hardcore Devo Live! at The Moody Theater at ACL Live. Attendees will get a chance to hear experimental music the band created between 1974-1977 in Akron, Ohio.
Blue Starlite Drive-In invites moviegoers to its “Twirls Towards Summer” opening season line-up that features classic horror films like ‘Jaws’ and ‘Dirty Harry.’ The new season begins Apr.3.
‘Imagine I’m Beautiful’, a psychological drama directed by Meredith Edwards, explores the complexities of Lana and Kate, the two main characters.
Anthony Pedone manifested RxSM, a self-medicated film expo has flourished over the years giving independent filmmakers screening opportunities.
‘Two Step,’ a Texas thriller shot in Austin, makes its world premiere at South By Southwest on Mar. 9. In true Austin style, the film features local musicians Dale Watson, Jesse Dayton and KUTX radio personality Laurie Gallardo.
New wave trailblazers Spandau Ballet are performing live and screening the world premiere of their documentary ‘Soul Boys of the Western World’ at South by Southwest on March 12. We know this much is true.