Local heroes Warm Soda have been bringing their sticky-sweet power-pop sounds to eager European ears for the last couple of months. They are playing a homecoming show this weekend at Hotel Vegas with Sweet Talk and Vikings.
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.
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 four-band bill at Mohawk on Tuesday, June 16 will most likely have you abandoning all responsibility or rational thought. Headlining the show are local noise-mongers Empty Markets. If you’re into angular noise-pop and spots of sheer white-hot noise, these guys are sure to melt your face off.
The phantasmagoric Hex Dispencers are celebrating the release of their new album ‘III’ at End Of An Ear records this weekend. It’s a free show. What else do you need to know? Read here for more details and stream the new album.
Like a passage out of William Gibson’s Neuromancer. A dystopian nightmare nightclub. A night where the machines take over; better living through circuitry. A Public Image Limited Death Disco. That’s the scene at Cheer Up Charlies on Wednesday, June 10, when The Nothing Song presents a quartet of local bands that are firmly ensconced in […]
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.
What better way to kick-off the summer than catching the thrilling surf-sounds of Portland, Oregon’s Guantanamo Baywatch! Surf’s definitely up when they storm the Hotel Vegas stage on Thursday, June 4
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.
English punk rockers Charged GBH are still raising their fists high and spouting a large amount of venom-laced vitriol. The group is coming to Austin this weekend for a big concert at Red 7 with Total Chaos and Krum Bums. Shit is going to be rowdy.
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.
If genre-blending singer-songwriter Kali Uchis is not on your radar now, she will be soon. She her live at this month’s Red Bull Sound Select Austin showcase at The Parish with Rose Quartz and Mélat. it will be the last chance to see her live in Austin (and for this cheap!) before the big fall fest.
Fans of Mae will get their nostalgia fix live in person at Mohawk this weekend as their “The Everglow” 10th anniversary tour makes an Austin stop. They’ll be joined by touring mates All Get Out.
Dallas rapper and producer Blue, The Misfit makes his return to Austin for a headlining concert at Red 7 this weekend. He’ll by joined by a slew of local/regional talent, including LNS Crew member Kydd Jones.
Local Afrobeat purveyors Hardproof continue their May residency at Empire Control Room & Garage on Thursday night. They will be joined by two of the best young Austin-based bands, all for under $10. Can’t beat it.
Toro y Moi’s last stop on their current tour is Wednesday night at Emo’s in Austin. Fans will want to see them live before summer festival season begins. Keith Mead opens the show.
New Orleans bilingual indie rockers Sweet Crude are on tour and making their way to Austin for a headlining concert at Mohawk. They’ll be joined by Calliope Musicals and Slomo Drags. Don’t let a little rain keep you from missing this concert.