Some of the state’s best punk rock musicians came together at Red 7 to not only pay tribute to their favorite punk bands, but also to support the Tony Sly Music Foundation For Kids.
End Sounds, an Austin-based record label started by an aspiring record critic that heard too many great unsigned bands, is having its 13th year anniversary show/party on Saturday at Red 7. The two stage rager includes a stacked lineup with Ume and Riverboat Gamblers leading the way. Enter our drawing for a chance to win tickets to the show.
Red 7 and Transmission Events are bringin’ their punk rock “A Game” on Wednesday as Dilinger Four pop in for a headlining concert with Radioactivity and Riverboat Gamblers. Sew on those new poser patches on that denim vest and enter our drawing for a pair of tickets now.
Iron your new patches on your denim vest and get your black wrist cuffs on as Austin punk rockers Riverboat Gamblers are playing a hometown show again this weekend at Red 7. We have two tickets to give away to one of you lucky bastards. Read this post for details.
It seems that a Social Distortion (Social D) concert is close to becoming a semiannual event in Austin. Their last visit in 2010 felt like just the other night. Still, the experience is so memorable because we so rarely get big punk rock touring shows in Austin that you hold on to each moment. The […]
Alt-rock icons Mudhoney were one of the era defining bands of the late ’80s/early ’90s grunge music scene for Generation Xers who listened to “college radio,” watched 120 Minutes and wanted to be from Seattle. Their music is know for having a high distortion grunge era guitar clustered with blues and punk elements. Twenty three […]
Words by Ian Morales. Photos by Nick Fritz. It was the most interesting Red River show I’ve come across in a while. Ume, the show’s co-headliner and arguably Austin’s best indie band to come out in the last five years, is a hipster/blogger favorite. Fronted by the lovely and talented Lauren Larson, this ambient/shoegazey power-rock trio can headline […]