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.
Jeff Tweedy returned to ACL Live for what was the latest of his many appearances on the long running program. However, instead of performing with Wilco, Tweedy returned with, well…Tweedy, his new solo project.
Emo alt-rockers Say Anything came through Austin on a headlining tour on Saturday for a big concert at Emo’s. The group featured a special touring lineup and opening sets from two incredible bands in their own right.
The Vandals, Krum Bums and Threes Away gave one of the most memorable and rowdiest concert experiences on June 13 at Mohawk. Teeth were swallowed and bodies were pushed. Man we love punk…
Girl In A Coma frontwoman Nina Díaz debuted her new solo music with full band on Wednesday night at The Belmont. The sold out show was the first of a three show residency. Austin’s The Painted Redstarts opened the show.
Pop sensations Neon Tress headlined a packed concert at Stubb’s on June 2. Smallpools and Nightmare and the Cat opened the show. Our boy Nicholas Kwasny was at the show to capture these live photos.
Live photos from Saturday’s “Hot Fun in the Summertime” soul showcase featuring T Bird and the Breaks, Afrofreque, Sip Sip and Henry + The Invisibles. Austin y’all. That’s whassup.
New Orleans metal supergroup Down performed a headlining concert at Emo’s on Saturday. Attendees were treated to supporting sets from Warbeast, The Scaccionators and Dead Earth Politics.
The metal Gods roared upon Mohawk Thursday night when Red Fang, Big Business and American Sharks took the stage. Stoner riffs filled the air and we were there to capture live photos of the concert.
Live photos from the Austin tour stop for Bombay Bicycle Club and Royal Canoe. Photos by Mary Rehak.
Popular pop-punk band Dynamite Boy took us back to 2004 on Saturday night at Mohawk with reunion show that reminded us of time when Austin was still weird and Emo’s was still downtown.
Friday, May 16, the folks from locally based event production company Vagabond Collective put on quite the showcase at Red River hotspot Holy Mountain. The show was headlined by Sorne, one Austin’s most eccentric and original performers we have ever seen or featured.
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.
Pachanga Latino Music Festival kicked things off this year with a pre-party at Empire Control Room & Garage on Friday night. Venezuelan indie-rockers La Vida Bohéme headlined a lineup of local favorites.
…And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead performed their third full-length album and major-label debut album, Source Tags & Codes, in its entirety on May 8 at Red 7.
Indie rock fans were treated to a three band ear-gasm on Monday night as Tokyo Police Club, Geographer and Said The Whale performed at Emo’s.
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.
Omaha indie-electro faves The Faint performed a headlining concert at The Belmont on Friday, May 2. Reptar and Bloody Knives rounded out the bill. Oh, what a night it was.
Que Onda Gueros? Alt-rock fave Beck performed on Sunday, Apr. 27, for Austin City Limits’ 40th season on PBS. Check out the details and live photos before the episode airs this fall.
The almighty George Clinton performed a headlining concert at Empire Control Room & Garage on Apr. 28. Austin-hip-hop duo Riders Against The Storm opened. Everyone partied.