JJ Grey & Mofro put on an energetic and captivating live show, blending soulful blend of blues, rock, folk, funk, gospel. See them live at Stubb’s on Friday the 13th.
Having performed a killer set at this year’s Austin City Limits Music Festival, Beat Connection is coming back to Austin for round two at Stubb’s. Read on to find out the details on their new album, “Product 3.”
Canadian electro-pop artist Lights is on a North American tour behind her highest selling album, Little Machines. The Austin stop of the tour happens at Emo’s this week and features special guests The Mowgli’s and Phases.
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.
Popular Austin LGBTQ night club Rain will kick off a new series of live music in in June to add a touch of Red River flare to all that Warehouse District fabulousness. The kickoff event will feature live performances from Serafia and Night Drive.
Red River Noise is teaming up with our friends at Texas Is Funny to present the tour kickoff show for Vetter Kids. The night is full of angsty, post-dude rock as Teenage Swoon, Dahling and Naked Pictures round out the bill. What else are you going to do on Tuesday night? SRSLY.
Dance yo’ ass off to the sounds of real hip-hop tonight with the Body Rock ATX crew at The Sahara Lounge. This month they are paying tribute to The Native Tongues. What more needs to be said y’all?
Since most of you don’t have to work tomorrow, why not head to the North Door to celebrate MLK Day with Body Rock ATX and help SafePlace with your cost of admission. You’ll be glad you did. One love.
It is going to be complete madness on Wednesday night at Spider House Ballroom when The Octopus Project, The Black and White Years and Night Drive perform as part of the Red Bull Sound Select Austin series. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Make a home during Free Week with Red River Noise and experience the best and most diverse live music showcases anywhere. SRSLY. We talk a a good game but we’re backing it up with soul, indie, folk and experimental goodness free of charge for 21+. Minors get in for $5. Word.
To celebrate becoming a media partner with The Good Music Club, we are throwing a party with three of Austin’s best indie bands at The North Door. Join us in the celebration and discover something cool and new on the cheap.
Join The North Door and E.A.S.T on Sun., Nov. 24 for live performances with the movie on a 25ft HD screen for a full concert-esque experience. Do something different for once. You’ll be glad you did.
Red Bull Sound Select time y’all! Red 7 is the place. SPEAK, Feathers, The Shears and Alanna Royale perform for just $3 with RSVP. Good times.
Holy shit snacks! Austin is about to get into the danger zone as the cast of the popular animated comedy comes to Bass Concert Hall in November.
Austin-based music collective Eye In The Sky is presenting a stacked indie showcase tonight at Spider House Ballroom. Four bands from three cities represented and two different countries for only five bucks. True story.
Celebrate the birthday of one the greatest music icons to wear a pair of assless chaps in public tonight at The Sahara Lounge as the Body Rock crew pays tribute to Prince.
Get ready for the blistering heat and some of the world’s best musical acts as this year’s Vans Warped Tour kicks off on June 15. With so many bands to check out and discover, we thought we’d help you out by spotlighting five “must see” before hitting the road in August for one of the Texas dates.
Energetic soulful/pop-rock singer-songstress Emily Bell is celebrating the release of her debut full-length album at The North Door. Local goodness for your Friday night.
Tonight’s Native Tongues tribute party at Hotel Vegas is the place to be for all you back packers and old school hip hop heads. Dance to classic hip hop spun by Chorizo Funk and Donnie Dee. Austin-based hip hop duo Riders Against The Storm host.
Actor and comedian Joey Coco Diaz is ready to bring the laughs to Cap City Comedy Club this week in Austin. Peep the details and take a look at this guy. Does he look like his name should be “Coco” to you?