First Friday of month = Body Rock ATX party. This month the crew pays tribute to NYC. Special guest DJ Gracie Chavez, leader of Houston’s Bombón crew, spins on the patio. ‘Nuff said.
ScoreMore shows made a big announcement this week when they let us know they were presenting three Texas concerts featuring Houston hip-hop fave Trae Tha Truth. The bigger news? All FREE.
Austinites got their first true club show performance at Stubb’s from rising folk-pop darling Zella Day. Her sold out show was an intimate glimpse into what will be a bright future for the 20-year-old Arizona Native, although it was not without a few disappointments.
If you love to drink and listen to sad and depressing songs with a room full of other like minded sad bastards, No Dancing is your party. The monthly brings in Will Johnson for a special guest DJ set to help celebrate the monthly’s two year anniversary at The Volstead.
Austin-based stoner rock faves Scorpion Child are celebrating the release of their Good Music Club gold ‘7 inch with a big concert at The Belmont. They will be joined by post-punk group KNIFIGHT and Austin indie-pop band The Ripe.
Holy mother of fun…you won’t believe what the Fun Fun Fun Fest organizers rolled out for you this year. Check out the details on the newly announced pre-fest events that include a pool party and bowling party for garage rock lovers.
Remember Mke Posner from his mega-hit “Cooler Than Me” that was all over the radio a few years ago? Well the Detroit-based singer, songwriter and producer is set to release his new acoustic EP this month via Island Records and it will change the way you think of him.
Toadies are putting on their annual music festival Dia De Los Toadies September 11th and 12th on the banks of the Trinity River at Panther Island Pavilion. With this lineup, it may be worth the drive north.
This week organizers of Fun Fun Fun Fest (FFF Fest) and the The Bullock Texas State History Museum announced the music lineup for the 2015 “Music Under The Star: Celebrating Texas Music and Ten Years of FFF Fest” summer concert series taking place at the Bullock Texas State History Museum. The dates for the scheduled […]
The Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival tour stop for San Antonio is changing venues. We also have some important info about tickets purchased and the upcoming ticket sale. Read up, because you don’t want to miss Slayer.
Scarface, Willie D, and Bushwick Bill are back together and on a reunion tour. The tour is making its way to Austin for a big concert at Mohawk. Enter our drawing for a chance to win tickets to the show.
DJ, producer and Stones Throw founder Peanut Butter Wolf will be performing in Austin this weekend at Holy Mountain with Austin’s BoomBaptist and Table Manners Crew. It is a rare opportunity to see such a historical and important hip-hop figure, so take advantage.
The crew from Body Rock ATX pay tribute to the one and only Prince Rogers Nelson this weekend at Empire Control Room & Garage. Special guest DJs Kay Cali and Platurn of the Oakland Fades join the party.
This month’s Red Bull Sound Select Austin showcase happens at Mohawk with Sub Pop recording artist King Tuff. There is still time to RSVP. Residual Kid and Summer Cannibals open the show.
The people from ‘Austin City Limits’ announced that they will be streaming their highly-anticipated debut taping with indie rock breakout star Courtney Barnett.
California garage rock outfit Motel Pools put a new twist on a Butthole Surfers fave in lieu of their upcoming EP release.
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah are on tour celebrating the 10 year anniversary of their self-titled debut album. The tour makes an Austin stop at Mohawk in June. Enter our drawing for a chance to win tickets to the show.
Before SORNE makes his return to Austin in June, he recently got inspired by the new Nirvana documentary and recorded his own take of “Smells Like Teen Spirit.” It’s everything you’d expect and more.
Austin Afrobeatfusion collective Hardproof conclude their May residency with one of their biggest of the series. Washington, D.C. funksters The Funk Ark and Austin Music Award Winners Riders Against The Storm round out the lineup. Lots of funk and booty sweat y’all.