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.
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.
‘The Backseat’, a coming of age comedic drama directed by Ryan O’Leary explores love, rock ‘n’ roll and hemorrhoids. Yup, hemorrhoids.
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.
Aisha Burns’ debut album is a sprawling nine songs that portrays Burns at her most intimate and vulnerable, and is the result of her coming into her own as a multi-instrumentalist.
American Sharks has released its debut album on The End Records, a nine-song collection that screams of Satan and demons, and is a whole lotta fun to listen to. Read more about the mischievous metal band in this exclusive interview.
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.
South American electronic music impresario, label founder and DJ El G is wrapping up an international tour with an ATX show Friday August 30 at Holy Mountain with Table Manners and Peligrosa, and he was kind enough to let us interview him to get you guys riled up for the big show.
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.
Some of the best friendships bloom from an initial dislike for one another. For indie garage punk band Shannon and the Clams, this led to not only a great friendship but a successful musical project, as well.
Austin duo Feuding Fathers are celebrating the release of their third EP, ‘Kid Tested, Father Approved’. Despite the fact that math rock typically doesn’t gather the attention of girls, they do it anyway and do it well.
Austin-based hyper-kinetic duo Zorch have released their album ‘Zzoorrcchh’ via popular tastemaker label Sargent House. Get to know the duo before checking them out with Minus The Bear and Tera Melos next month at Emo’s. Tell them we sent you.
San Antonio-based indie band Phonolux is the next band to come out of San Antonio to get over the hump of being from “Austin’s little brother.” Their new EP “Feathered Fortress” is available now on iTunes.
It’s another day on tour for John Wicks, while he stares out the back window of a ornate tour bus, watching streams of people steadily collect like little ants. There’s still yet another eight hours to drain from the clock until him and his bandmates step underneath those hot lights. On a handful of the […]
“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.