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.
After going on an indefinite hiatus almost a decade ago, Sleater-Kinney have come back with a vengeance. With this year’s release of No Cities To Love has come a slew of shows including a national tour that ends with a few festival stops. To kick off their comeback tour, Sleater-Kinney made their first appearance on Austin […]
We hired our friends in NYC to cover the Red Bull Sound Select New York showcase curated by Afropunk. Austin’s own BLXPLTN performed on a bill that included Gordon Voidwell, Mykki Blanco and more.
Whether you’ve seen them in the small clubs of Boston or on a big stage like Stubb’s—and even if this is your first time seeing them—Dropkick Murphys’ make you feel like you’re a part of the show and always have been.
The gusts of wind whistling through the Mohawk rooftop danced with the sounds of Other Lives and we all swayed and stomped. Their album Tamer Animals is very tribal, and that was definitely channeled on stage.
Emotions for Justice’s long-awaited show were free and uninhibited at the Austin Music Hall. The French electronic music duo got the crowd riled up.