Can you believe it’s been 20 years since Garbage released their self-titled debut album? They will be making a stop in Austin this fall. Read on for more details.
The Fratellis are making their way to our part of the world in support of them their new album coming out this August. Read up on what’s new with this trio from Scotland.
Moby and Darth & Vader have teamed up to release “Death Star,” a track that could please both a Star Wars nerd and a club kid. Read on to hear the deets.
The folks at Fun Fun Fun Fest released their daily schedule and Nites after show lineup today. Shit is going to pop off once again this year. Read this post for details.
Latino metal masters Ill Niño hit the road to rip your face off in support of the US military via 2-for-1 and admission discounts. The tour kicks off in Texas starting in September.
Untapped Festival is headed down to Houston on Nov. 16. 60+ breweries, 200+ beers plus The Walkmen / Big Black Delta / Heartless Bastards / The Tontons / Wild Moccasins / The Suffers. Road trip!
Indie-pop super duo Matt and Kim reveal the new artwork for their upcoming ‘Lightning Remixes’ album. Don’t open this post at work. You were warned. (NSFW)
Cold War Kids are keeping busy after last night’s show at Stubb’s! With their fourth album already under their belt, the band is set to release a digital EP next month that will feature two new tracks and some old, but good, ones.
Cults have announced they’ll hit the road this fall, shortly after the October 15 release of their sophomore album, Static. Austin is on the calendar.
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!
Austin’s own Gary Clark Jr. will be touring this fall after a busy, festival-filled summer. Clark will wrap up his two-month tour with a performance back at home-base. Read on for the details.
Stand-up comedian Maria Bamford will release her new album ‘Ask Me About My New God!’ on Tuesday, July 16 on Comedy Central Records.
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.
Make sure to turn the volume all the way up when you listen to Pharmakon’s latest release “Crawling On Bruised Knees.” Experience her gut-punching shrieks in person on May 31 at Red 7 as she hits up Austin for Chaos in Tejas.
English indie-rock favorites Mumford & Sons are swinging their way through Austin this summer at the new Austin 360 Amphitheater for two nights. Finally a non-cheesball country act or bird lovin’ crowd at the amphitheater.
After SXSW, the festival madness doesn’t stop. The folks at Chaos in Tejas prove that with lineup additions that include hip hop icons Mobb Deep and Left For Dead. It is like the anti-hipster mega fest. We approve.
Change is good. And in this case, it’s awesome. Oxford rock band This Town Needs Guns decides to now be known as TTNG because of gun-related violence that is happening around the world.
Dance to Tori Amos like you’ve never danced to Tori before with her new new remix package “Flavor (Peter Rauhofer Mixes)”
Comedian Kyle Kinane’s ‘Whiskey’s Icarus’ premiers Saturday, Nov. 24 at 11:00 p.m. on Comedy Central. If you are going to stay home instead of live it up in Austin, you might as well laugh.
Fun Fun Fun Fest continues to grow. This year’s festival attendance increased by 17 percent from last year, with over 55,000 people attending in total, and an average of 18,000 people in attendance per day. The festival also created nearly 1,100 total jobs this year, up from 700 last year.