Beloved brother and sister team The Oh Hellos will perform at Stubb’s THIS Saturday, November 21, in celebration of their new album, Dear Wormwood. Austin’s Walker Lukens & The Sidearms and Marmalakes share the bill.
Raise a glass y’all. C3 Presents announced today that Thievery Corporation will be headlining NYE at Emo’s in celebration of their twentieth anniversary. Tickets go on sale this Friday.
Chicago hip-hop/jazz fusionists Sidewalk Chalk are making an Austin tour stop this weekend at Stubb’s. Learn more about their sound and latest album here before getting your tickets.
Get your glitter ready for Saturday night when The Super Creeps, Gold Leather, and DJ Mahealani pay tribute to all things Bowie and glam at Spider House Ballroom.
German electro-industrial duo Haujobb will headline a triple-bill at Elysium. Alter Der Ruine and Austin’s Mr. Kitty are the night’s openers. Take advantage of the rare opportunity to see them live in Austin.
H-town will be in the building Friday night when three of Space City’s best take the stage at Holy Mountain. There will be something for everyone and no excuses for anyone to miss it.
OBN III’s are playing an in-store event at End of Ear tonight before heading out on a month-long tour. They’ve got a new album coming out on the 12XU label titled ‘Worth A Lot Of Money.’
Cleric and Crawl, both from Dallas, are kicking off their tour together with a little help from Austin’s own metal titans Sex Chamber at The Lost Well.
Local world music faves Atash begin their two month, Tuesday night residency tonight at Flamingo Cantina. Sounds of east and west, of Asia, Europe, Africa, and the Americas will have you dancing and nodding your head.
Get your black t-shirts ready metalheads! Lemmy and the boys are back on the road in support of their new album, Black Magic. The tour makes an Austin top at Emo’s on Tuesday. Arrive early as Motörhead will be joined by Crobot and Saxon.
Austin’s Destroyer of Light and Tucson, Arizona’s Godhunter recently released a split LP, and they’ve been touring together since late July. This Saturday night at Holy Mountain is their final night of the tour.
On Friday, Aug. 21, Elysium is hosting a night of extreme music, courtesy of United Kingdom’s Consumer Electronics, a band that doesn’t make music as much as they make sheer audio terror.
Austin and Houston’s biggest and baddest Latin DJ crews are teaming up to celebrate the release of the newest EP from Discos Peligrosa. Dance to cumbia, moombahton, tropical bass and more. Puro pinche party y’all.
Sometimes the best shows are at unorthodox, out-of-the-way places. This is definitely true for punk shows in Austin as UK punks FRAU headline at Tamale House East on Tuesday. It is their only Texas tour stop on their current tour.
Syl Sylvain of New York Dolls fame is bringing his project Sylvain Sylvain and The Sylvains to Austin this weekend for a big show at Hotel Vegas (where else?). Pleasers, Crocodile Tears, Savage Pinks and Jamey Simms round out the bill.
This Friday night at Beerland, three of Austin’s heaviest bands will take the stage to lay waste to your ears and plunder whatever’s left of your soul. So just a friendly head’s up – you might want to pack some extra ear plugs. The deep and dense stoner rock riffs of Hamburguesa bring to mind […]
First Friday of month = Body Rock ATX party. This month the crew pays tribute to NYC. Special guest DJ Gracie Chavez, leader of Houston’s Bombón crew, spins on the patio. ‘Nuff said.
The band L.A. Witch knows a thing or two about finding beauty between the sublime and horrific. The trio of ladies play haunted roadhouse blues, and they’re playing at Hotel Vegas on Wednesday, August 5. Death Valley Girls and Black Liquid Drop share the bill. DJ Andrew McCalla spins.
This weekend Austin singer-songwriter Danny Malone celebrates his birthday with a live concert at Holy Mountain. Matt Hines of The Easter Sea and Ben Ballinger share the bill. Be there to share what is sure to be a historical night in Austin music history before Holy Mountain closes its doors this fall.
Austin punk band Ghetto Ghouls are about to hit the road in support of their new album, Collisions. Before they do, they are celebrating the album’s release with a live showcase at Hotel Vegas.