You’ve never hear Black Sabbath through the eyes and ears of Austin funksters and Grupo Fantasma side-project Brownout. Be ready for “Brown Sabbath” at the Mohawk this Thursday. Enter your name in our drawing for tickets.
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.
On Nov. 1 and 2, HE^RD and Resolve Creative present Weekend de Los Muertos, a celebration of life, death and music that features an epic lineup that includes Moombahton Massive, Grupo Fantasma, Gobi, Peligrosa, a Día de Los Muertos graveyard, and much more.
“Austin, Texas ain’t nothin’ to f**k with,” legendary rapper GZA yelled, during his performance at the Mohawk on Friday, Oct. 5. Known as the Wu-Tang Clan’s “spiritual head,” GZA proudly proclaimed the gospel of the Staten Island hip-hop collective. And with our Wu-Tang Ws held high in the night sky, we listened attentively. Before GZA […]
Reviewed by AJ Miranda. Where Grupo Fantasma’s Grammy-nominated 2008 album Sonidos Gold had an airy, inviting feel and glossy sound, their recently released follow-up El Existential has a more raw, forceful feel and smoky discoteca sound. This is an aggressive and invigorated Grupo Fantasma, sounding like they have something to prove and not taking one […]