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.
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.
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 […]
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.
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.
This weekend Austin singer-songwriter Danny Malone celebrates his birthday with a live concert at Holy Mountain. Matt Hines of The Easter Sea and Ben Ballinger share the bill. Be there to share what is sure to be a historical night in Austin music history before Holy Mountain closes its doors this fall.
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.
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.
Sometimes dads have to rock out too. Luckily for them, Steely Dan and Elvis Costello & The Imposters are playing tonight at Austin360 Amphitheater.
Vive l’anarchie à Paris! Tonight Elysium is putting on a rare show by French electro-punks Metal Urbain. The Hormones and Amnesia Babies open.
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.
Arabrot plays Tuesday, July 14 with Dallas-Fort Worth band Pinkish Black at Holy Mountain. Arabrot, a two-piece, sometimes three-piece metal band, hail from the frozen-over tundras of Haugesund, Norway. Take advantage of this rare opportunity to see them live in such an intimate club setting.
Classic soul man Shuggie Otis is back on tour and making his way to Austin this weekend for a headlining concert at the Continental Club. Austin’s own Tameca Jones opens the show.
Brooklyn-based electro-indie duo Tanlines are on tour with Mas Ysa. The tour will make an Austin stop this month at Red 7 and we have a pair of tickets to the show to give away to one of you lucky people.
Total Abuse, along with Sissy Spacek, SEPHHEIM, MoleStar, Grandpa Lies Again and Friendship Cemetery play Beerland tonight in a show presented by Austin Noise. No relation. Get it?
Nothing celebrates the birth of our great nation like live music, champagne and donuts. Yes, donuts. That’s what’s happening at the Swan Dive this 4th of July thanks to the folks at The Loyalty Firm. Click on this link for details.
Who needs to drive three-and-a-half hours to the nearest beach when you can soak up the sounds of the ocean right here in Central Texas? Wax up your boards and get ready – Hotel Vegas presents Surf Night.