Get your glitter ready for Saturday night when The Super Creeps, Gold Leather, and DJ Mahealani pay tribute to all things Bowie and glam at Spider House Ballroom.
German electro-industrial duo Haujobb will headline a triple-bill at Elysium. Alter Der Ruine and Austin’s Mr. Kitty are the night’s openers. Take advantage of the rare opportunity to see them live in Austin.
OBN III’s are playing an in-store event at End of Ear tonight before heading out on a month-long tour. They’ve got a new album coming out on the 12XU label titled ‘Worth A Lot Of Money.’
Cleric and Crawl, both from Dallas, are kicking off their tour together with a little help from Austin’s own metal titans Sex Chamber at The Lost Well.
Get your black t-shirts ready metalheads! Lemmy and the boys are back on the road in support of their new album, Black Magic. The tour makes an Austin top at Emo’s on Tuesday. Arrive early as Motörhead will be joined by Crobot and Saxon.
Director Penelope Spheeris is in town this weekend! Thanks to the Austin Film Society, she’ll be over at the Marchesa Hall & Theatre, presenting her Decline documentary series and a very rare 35mm screening of the punks vs. society cult-classic Suburbia (no, not the Richard Linklater one).
Austin’s Destroyer of Light and Tucson, Arizona’s Godhunter recently released a split LP, and they’ve been touring together since late July. This Saturday night at Holy Mountain is their final night of the tour.
On Friday, Aug. 21, Elysium is hosting a night of extreme music, courtesy of United Kingdom’s Consumer Electronics, a band that doesn’t make music as much as they make sheer audio terror.
Jon Fine, author of ‘YOUR BAND SUCKS: What I Saw at Indie Rock’s Failed Revolution (But Can No Longer Hear),’ sounds off about his life in Bitch Magnet before coming to Austin for a reading and Q&A at Book People.
Sometimes the best shows are at unorthodox, out-of-the-way places. This is definitely true for punk shows in Austin as UK punks FRAU headline at Tamale House East on Tuesday. It is their only Texas tour stop on their current tour.
Syl Sylvain of New York Dolls fame is bringing his project Sylvain Sylvain and The Sylvains to Austin this weekend for a big show at Hotel Vegas (where else?). Pleasers, Crocodile Tears, Savage Pinks and Jamey Simms round out the bill.
The iconic British psychedelic-pop legends, The Zombies are back! The group will release a new album in the fall accompanied by a headlining tour that makes its way to Texas.
Three very unique metal bands are invading Austin’s indoor stage at the Mohawk on Saturday. Get set for some carnage – none of these guys are taking prisoners.
Nashville’s Turbo Fruits are on tour with Man or Astro-man? and making their way to Austin. We caught up with the band to have a quick chat about their new album, labels, Nashville and more.
This Friday night at Beerland, three of Austin’s heaviest bands will take the stage to lay waste to your ears and plunder whatever’s left of your soul. So just a friendly head’s up – you might want to pack some extra ear plugs. The deep and dense stoner rock riffs of Hamburguesa bring to mind […]
Some of the state’s best punk rock musicians came together at Red 7 to not only pay tribute to their favorite punk bands, but also to support the Tony Sly Music Foundation For Kids.
The band L.A. Witch knows a thing or two about finding beauty between the sublime and horrific. The trio of ladies play haunted roadhouse blues, and they’re playing at Hotel Vegas on Wednesday, August 5. Death Valley Girls and Black Liquid Drop share the bill. DJ Andrew McCalla spins.
Austin punk band Ghetto Ghouls are about to hit the road in support of their new album, Collisions. Before they do, they are celebrating the album’s release with a live showcase at Hotel Vegas.
The Faith No More reunion is the gift that keeps on giving. They’re stopping in Austin on Sunday, July 26 with openers Napalm Death. No surprise, it is sold out.
If you’re looking for something completely different and wholly original, check out Daedelus live at Empire Control Room & Garage this weekend. Applied Pressure and Corduroi open the show.