Vintage Trouble talks ‘1 Hopeful Rd,’ influences, their fans or “troublemakers,” and ‘Austin City Limits.’ See them live at Emo’s in Austin on Oct. 30.
Austin symphonic rock band Mother Falcon performs two shows in Austin this weekend despite delaying the release of their new album. Get familiar with the group in this new feature with saxophonist Andrew Fontenot.
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.
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.
Scottish alternative hip-hop group Hector Bizerk looks to showcase their talent for us yanks once again, and it is high time we listened. The Glaswegians will be performing at two different showcases at Latitude 30.
Indie Electro Dance trio GOBI will be hosting their official album release party for the “Gold On Black Ice (Deluxe Edition)” this Saturday, Feb. 7 at Holy Mountain. Learn more about the group from our man Trevor, aka Robot Ears, in our latest “Made In Austin” feature.
Guest contributor Ramon Ramirez goes gives us his two cents about “The Infamous” Queens hip-hop duo Mobb Deep perform at The Parish on Coachella weekend. He’s talkin’ angry tweets, critics, legacies, sparse attendance and Outkast.
Austin funk + Black Sabbath = Brown Sabbath. It is as cool as it sounds and then some. Photographer Nicholas Kwasny was on hand to capture live photos for us. Check ’em out.
‘The Backseat’, a coming of age comedic drama directed by Ryan O’Leary explores love, rock ‘n’ roll and hemorrhoids. Yup, hemorrhoids.
‘Imagine I’m Beautiful’, a psychological drama directed by Meredith Edwards, explores the complexities of Lana and Kate, the two main characters.
Anthony Pedone manifested RxSM, a self-medicated film expo has flourished over the years giving independent filmmakers screening opportunities.
Our own Natalie Del Castillo chats with The Shears’ frontwoman Inné Aguilar about the band and their new album ‘From the Ashes’ before their show at Stubb’s.
The Tontons’ sound, which lead songstress Asli Omar describes as “indie-pop” for the sake of convenience, seems to have a developed a sense of catchy momentum outside of their native Houston.
Her experience teaching English to young girls in El Salvador inspired Gina Chavez to start a nonprofit, and the experience also influenced the singer-songwriter’s new album, ‘up.rooted’.
Pure Bathing Culture’s Sarah Versprille talks about jazz, roots, Motown, pop music from the ‘60s, and “any pop really.” There’s the operative word—“pop.” Learn more about the band and its influences in this exclusive interview.
Latasha Lee is often referred to in the press and blogs to be the next coming of Amy Winehouse. Whether you agree or not, Latasha is the next real deal to happen to soul music and the Austin music scene. Get to know her now with our latest artist profile.
Life After Fat, a new web series kicking off its first season, is centering its show on young, 20-something-year-olds dealing with insecurities, mostly body issues. It’s not all serious though. There’s a quirky, facetious comedy element that adds edge and a little bit of reality for the not-so-perfect young adults.
Portugal. The Man taped their first ‘Austin City Limits’ episode ever on Tuesday and it was a great live experience. There were even moments where it wasn’t smooth, but still ended up being a great live set.
Staff writer and ACL Fest virgin recaps her experience during Weekend One. Before reading keep in mind she’s in her early twenties and her taste sort of reflects that. That being said, she does keep it real and isn’t impressed by just anyone.
Robert Rodriguez is known for bringing back familiar cast and crew on his latest movie projects. Read about the director’s evolving relationships with long-time Rodriguez movie regulars Danny Trejo (Machete) and Alex Vega (Spy Kids).