The Loyalty Firm has curated another great local bill at Red 7 that features Austin purveyors of experimental sounds Clouds Are Ghosts and My Education. This is the showcase for those looking to get a real Austin music experience.
You love the Deftones and you miss ISIS. Newly formed Palms don’t sound quite like either of those bands, but they share members from each including Chino Moreno. They headline this weekend at Mohawk with Boyfrndz and My Education. Enter our drawing for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the show.
Post-rock power duo El Ten Eleven are on tour and are on their way to Austin this week for a headlining concert at Red 7 with Learning Secrets and Equals. Enter your name in our drawing for a chance to win tickets to the show. Tell your friends.
Equals celebrated their debut full-length album ‘Tracts’ at Empire Control Room & Garage on Apr. 11. Roger Sellers and Future Death joined the party. Check out our live photos from Nicholas Kwasny.
Instrumental post-rock band Equals performing live at The North Door as part of The Good Music Club series.
Get ready to go bat shit crazy as New York post-hardcore faves Glassjaw take over Mohawk’s outdoor stage this Thursday night with with Equals and Boyfrndz. We have a pair of tickets we’re giving away to one of you angsty bastards. Open this post for details and to enter.
Basque in post-rock glory this Thursday night as Lawrence, Kansas-based The Appleseed Cast headline Red 7. We’re giving away tickets and we’re happy to make one of you happy.
This one is for you Sargent House fan boys (and girls). SF black metal faves Deafheaven are performing a headlining concert at Red 7 this weekend with Marriages. We’re giving away a pair of tickets to one of our lucky Red River Noise readers. If you win, your ears will thank you.
Austin isn’t the only city that produces top-notch indie bands. Houston’s New York City Queens prove this. The indie quintet kick off their next tour at Red 7 on Thursday with a killer local lineup for support. The best part? We have some guest list spots to give away.
Check out My Education’s new video for “Mister 1986.” February 1 will your last chance (for a bit) to catch these Austin locals before they head out on their first ever tour. Come out for one more hoorah with My Education.
This Saturday, October 6, The Good Music Club presents instrumental post-rock band The Calm Blue Sea’s album release show at Red 7, featuring opening sets by beloved local bands Little Radar, The Baker Family and Fake Hearts. A year and a half ago, The Calm Blue Sea rose from an 18-month hiatus just in time […]
Photo by Jackie Brown. On stage, Equals captures post-rock with a flawless touch of the anxiety that drives the genre’s brilliant despair—namely the inevitable crescendos and shifting melodies. Some think this type of music is formulated, often calling it “mathy.” The strongest and most dynamic notion that the San Marcos, Texas, band creates is that—in […]
This Will Destroy You (TWDY)are one of the region’s best post-rock bands. They began in 2004-2005 as 4 friends (Raymond Brown, Chris King, Jeremy Galindo, and Andrew Miller) refining and piecing together their own niche in the Texas music scene. Their fusion of electronics, spacey guitar notes, and unconventional rock instrumentation over cinematic and receding […]
Review by Annar Veröld. Photos by Mary Rehak. Explosions in the Sky– the violence in awaiting their performance; adrenaline rushing through blood-pumping veins; excitement– dilated pupils, and keenly watching the stages with ears perked up, fists clenched, and tight corners of the lips. A Friday night to be filled with mind-expanding, eye-opening, and soul satisfying […]
Review by Annar Veröld. Photos by Kristie Bocanegra. Sunday evenings have the essence of an anxiousness that refuses to cease. The excitement and adrenaline in waiting to experience John LaMonica and This Will Destroy You should have obliterated my heart, especially considering how the venue had to push back opening doors by an hour due […]
Los Angeles based post-rock quintet Red Sparowes have scheduled shows in Los Angeles and San Diego for late June and European festival dates for July. The band makes its first live appearances in nearly 8 months at Eagle Rock Center for the Arts on Friday, June 24 and The Casbah on Wednesday, June 29. Punk […]
Review by Annar Veröld. Stubb’s is the only place I had ever dreamt of seeing Mogwai perform. The enormous outdoor venue with a brilliant light set up, outrageous speakers, the vastness of the crowds, and the power of their emotive orchestrations reverbing from those god-damn condominiums– Mogwai at Stubb’s was destined for glory, and it […]
Interview by Annar Veröld. O’Brother has spent the last few years capturing a multitude of emotion in their orchestrations and endlessly touring. The band has finally taken a break from their years of touring to record their next, highly anticipated album. O’Brother, made up of five talented musicians, promises that their new album will reveal […]
Interview by Holly Aker. Photo by Tim Harmon. In late 2009, Chiodos, a popular post-hardcore sextet from Michigan, let go of lead singer Craig Owens and drummer Derrick Frost. By early 2010, Chiodos had filled the vacant spots with Brandon Bolmer on vocals, Tanner Wayne on drums and were beginning to record a new album. […]
Scottish post-rock heavyweights, Mogwai, announced that their new album, Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will, is set to be released on February 15th, 2011 on Sub Pop Records in North America. The album will be released on the band’s very own label, Rock Action Records in the UK. Mogwai is now giving away “Rano […]