Torres has received rave reviews for her raw lyrics, vibrant voice and brilliant portrayal of an array of somber emotions. Red River Noise caught up with the up-and-coming indie songstress to discuss her musical influences, her self-titled debut album and her current tour.
Celebrate the release of ‘Peaks + Valleys’ with Driver Friendly tonight at Stubb’s before they hit road that will eventually lead them to the Vans Warped Tour. Austin-based indie bands Boyfrndz and Little Radar round out the bill.
Energetic soulful/pop-rock singer-songstress Emily Bell is celebrating the release of her debut full-length album at The North Door. Local goodness for your Friday night.
Austin’s Borrisokane is a hot new name we’ve featured in our Future of Indie live showcase series. Now the group is celebrating the release of their ‘Murdering Teeth’ EP while opening up to writer Annar Veröld about their personal lives beyond the music.
Local goodness for the festival madness. Indie post-punk group Geography celebrate the release of ‘For Weezy’ at Mohawk on Saturday. We just wonder if that means Weezy Jefferson or Weezy Wee, aka Lil’ Wayne.
Red River Noise is always on the lookout for the best up-and-coming talent our fine city has to offer. On Friday night we present three of our local favs at our favorite local hot dog joint and concert venue, Frank. Letting Up Despite Great Faults, a Mark Zuckerberg fav, headlines.
Austin indie favs Calm Blue Sea headline a local bill tonight at Holy Mountain worth the attention of a national touring show. Post rock lovers and Austin music snobs, this is for you.
The Red Bull Sound Select series kicks off at Holy Mountain tonight with popular Austin favs Ume, Not In The Face! and more. It is the best thing that could have happened to a Tuesday night. If you are new to Austin or have lived here under a rock, this show is for you.
Holy Mountain is hosting a diverse indie folk/rock showcase on Thursday, featuring local acts Salesman, The Baker Family, Royal Forest and Hikes.
This weekend, the third annual Ditch the Fest Fest showcases 49 Austin bands spread along the night on four stages, throughout the course of two days. It’s an excellent alternative and/or addition to the Austin City Limits Festival, with the convenient price of $5 per day.
Slacker Magazine is offering a free alternative for beloved Austinites during the ACL weekend with “I Wasn’t There: A Slacker’s Refuge from ACL Fest.” Eight brilliant Texas bands will be performing at the pre-ACL weekend party at Frontier Bar.
This Saturday, October 6, The Good Music Club presents instrumental post-rock band The Calm Blue Sea’s album release show at Red 7, featuring opening sets by beloved local bands Little Radar, The Baker Family and Fake Hearts. A year and a half ago, The Calm Blue Sea rose from an 18-month hiatus just in time […]
Photo Credit: Davis Ayer Beloved Austin-based indie-folk band Wild Child— composed of Kelsey Wilson and Alexander Beggins–has been progressing the last few months with great momentum. After recording with Evan Magers and Alex Peterson and mastering provided by Grammy-winner, Erik Wofford; and working closely with Eye in the Sky Collective, Paper Thin Media, Major Nation and […]
Eye in the Sky Collective will be presenting a back-to-school showcase with San Marcos’ best at Trinity Hall this Saturday. The eclectic line-up varies from soul to funk, to punk, to post-rock/ambience with Henry + The Invisibles, Equals, and Zlam Dunk. Headliner Henry + The Invisibles is a one-man-band, composed of finely-dressed Henry Roland. Roland […]
British rock band, The Duke Spirit, The Duke Spirit have released a digital copy of their new album Bruiser, available in North America exclusively through Shangri-La Music. Bruiser will be the band’s third full-length album, since 2008’s Neptune. While you wait until January 17, 2012 for the physical release of Bruiser, watch the music video […]
This Will Destroy You (TWDY)are one of the region’s best post-rock bands. They began in 2004-2005 as 4 friends (Raymond Brown, Chris King, Jeremy Galindo, and Andrew Miller) refining and piecing together their own niche in the Texas music scene. Their fusion of electronics, spacey guitar notes, and unconventional rock instrumentation over cinematic and receding […]
Summer is finally settling in Austin, Texas. The Mohawk quickly filled with the city’s most chic and fashionable kids, sweating and laughing, shaking their hips to the muffled beats that murmured from the stage. The sold-out show filled the crowd with a high sense of anticipation among the Southern heat, humidity and gusts of cool […]