Austin jazz-punk group Bee vs. Moth share the first track from their forthcoming album ‘Shelter In Place.’ Check out the new single and learn when you can see them live in Austin this month.
The wild-wold West was in the house Tuesday night at Mohawk as rap icons E-40 and Too Short performed to pack house of hip-hop heads. We had five on it, ya dig? Foshiggity.
Andrew Stockdale and his current Wolfmother bandmates came through Austin for a headlining concert at Emo’s on May 10. They still got “it” according to writer Eli Watson. Read his review and check out our live photos from the show.
So we finally recovered from our epic weekend that included seeing The Dillinger Escape Plan at Mohawk. Tera Melos and Vattnet Viskar opened the show. Sweaty dudes, stage diving and balcony jumps…the usual.
Legendary Riot Grrrl pioneer Kathleen Hanna (Bikini Kill, Le Tigre) shares a clip from “The Punk Singer,” a documentary film that follows Kathleen for a year, revealing why she had been absent from music for several years prior to The Julie Ruin album.
Ever seen a gorilla playing drums with fried chicken drumsticks? Garage-rock trio Shannon and the Clams do just that in their new music video for “Rat House” from their album ‘Dreams in the Rat House’
Find out who our bests and worsts were at this year’s installment of the always exhilarating Fun Fun Fun Fest, including categories such as Best Performance That Made You Nostalgic For Your First Year Of College and Best What The Fuck Is Going On Performance.
Queens of the Stone Age taped their debut ‘Austin City Limits’ episode last week, proving that they are more than relevant and continue to develop musically. Oh yea, and they did play “No One Knows.”
Aisha Burns’ debut album is a sprawling nine songs that portrays Burns at her most intimate and vulnerable, and is the result of her coming into her own as a multi-instrumentalist.
So I decided to listen to nothing but Kidz Bop for four days straight. Honestly, I just wanted to make fun of the brand as much as possible, but I discovered much more than I anticipated.
Did you miss out on the class clowns of hip-hop? The wildly entertaining duo Method Man and Redman came through Austin to cause a little chaos. Read this post for the recap and to see some shots from the show.
Festival season has begun and we made sure not to miss out on Austin Psych Fest. Much like every festival, there’s always ups and downs. Check out our recap and photos from our crazy weekend at Carson Creek Ranch.
The coolest new band from ‘down unda’ may just be The Laurels. Listen to the their new album ‘Plains’ and see them in Austin at Austin Psych Fest.
So, Austin Psych Fest is happening this weekend, accompanied by the psychedelic and otherworldly sounds of over 50 different bands. We categorized this year’s Austin Psych Fest lineup from most to least trippy band name.
Acid Mothers Temple could very well be defined as the godfathers of extreme psychedelic rock. See them live at Austin Psych Fest happening April 26-28.
VietNam is a rock band from Brooklyn, New York on Mexican Summer. See them at Psych Fest on April 26-28.
Chilean duo Holydrug Couple will be one of many performers at this year’s Austin Psych Fest to take you on a mind-altering journey. Saludos chicos!
The Montreal shoe gaze’d shredders No Joy will be one of the many performers at this year’s Austin Psych Fest happening on April 26-28.
Letting Up Despite Great Faults, the shoegaze brainchild of musician Mike Lee, has grown into an auditory dreamscape. The band spoke with us about their latest album, Untogether, serenading people during SXSW and future plans.
Nokia and Verizon Wireless presented an exclusive launch event at the legendary Arlyn Studios – Austin’s original premiere recording facility, featuring a special live performance by Solange. Yes, the sister to you know who.