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.
The two Detroit-raised cousins performed their first original song together as eight and nine year olds using a small Cassio keyboard. Since moving to Austin as 20-somethings, Migrant Kids have found their niche.
Live photos and review from the big concert with Cold War Kids at Stubb’s. The best surprise from the show? PAPA. No bullshit.
Michael Carrillo is on a relentless search for a musical unity similar to that of bands he admires. Hence, the complexity of his band’s lineup history. Read about Deer Vibes and their self-described “indie rock shit/sad orchestral” sound.
Don’t miss out on Sub Pop Record’s own The Head And The Heart when they come through Austin in November. This Seattle based band will be playing not one, but TWO nights at Stubb’s!
“I don’t think there was much of a plan in the beginning, other than let’s make some rad sounds,” says Toto Miranda. A decade and five LPs later, The Octopus Project is one of Austin’s brightest and funnest exports. Read about the new album ‘Fever Form’s here.
UK quintet Foals have been keeping busy at festivals like Sasquatch and Bonnaroo but they made some time in between to record a video with director Nabil Elderkin for their track “Bad Habit,” Check out frontman Yannis Philippakis adventuring through the sand after a nude woman.
Torres has received rave reviews for her raw lyrics, vibrant voice and brilliant portrayal of an array of somber emotions. Red River Noise caught up with the up-and-coming indie songstress to discuss her musical influences, her self-titled debut album and her current tour.
“The town we’re from is a very Christian town,” tells John Gable, “and it’s usually Christian hardcore bands playing at churches.” Not being of that ilk, the musician’s early hometown shows never went well. “So a friend of mine at a Christian show is like, ‘Hey, you know what there aren’t enough of at Christian shows? Knife […]
Austin’s Borrisokane is a hot new name we’ve featured in our Future of Indie live showcase series. Now the group is celebrating the release of their ‘Murdering Teeth’ EP while opening up to writer Annar Veröld about their personal lives beyond the music.
Mother Nature decided to hit us with some rain last Saturday but the wet weather didn’t stop anyone from making their way to the venue for the sold-out Foals show. Check out our review and photos from this epic show.
Austin indie-pop quintet Quiet Company have revisited their debut album, 2006’s ‘Shine Honesty’, and have released a re-recorded version called ‘A Dead Man On My Back: Shine Honesty Revisited’.
New album, summer tour and a documentary? Spring is about to be the busiest season of the year for The National! These Brooklyn indie rockers are set to release their sixth full-length album this May before they head out on the road for their North American and European tour.
After seeing Keane live, it is obvious that they have kept the essence of their group strong. Their set at ACL Live was the perfect blend of where they started and where they’re going now.
Holy Mountain is hosting a diverse indie folk/rock showcase on Thursday, featuring local acts Salesman, The Baker Family, Royal Forest and Hikes.