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.
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.”
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.
Matisyahu is releasing the third installment of his ‘Live at Stubb’s’ series this fall. The This announcement follows the premiere of “Searchin,” the first song off of ‘Live at Stubb’s Vol. III.’
Austinites got their first true club show performance at Stubb’s from rising folk-pop darling Zella Day. Her sold out show was an intimate glimpse into what will be a bright future for the 20-year-old Arizona Native, although it was not without a few disappointments.
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.
Lots of soul this Friday night at Stubb’s as Austin-based soul group The NIGHTOWLS celebrate the vinyl release of their debut album. Akina Adderly & The Vintage Playboys open the show.
Friday night on Red River Street is going to be a rowdy one. Don’t miss your chance to see the insanity that Big Gigantic is bringing to Austin. It’s a no-brainer. Get your tickets before this one sells out.
Midweek is where it is at for indie lovers. Little Rock-based Knox Hamilton are on tour before playing a couple big festivals this spring. The tour makes an Austin stop at Stubb’s with Young Tongue opening.
Do not miss the chance at a magical music experience to cap off your weekend. That1Guy, artist extraordinaire, will bring his talent and his “magic pipe” to Stubb’s on Sunday night.
Austin-based alt-rockers The Rocketboys will be headlining Stubb’s this Friday with melodic indie rock faves Pompeii and synth-rockers Strange Fiction. This three band bill offers attendees a chance to hear some of Austin’s best musical offerings in an intimate venue setting.
Get ready to either trip balls or get a serious headache when watching the new music video from Austin psych-dub group Holiday Mountain. You’ll never guess which publication premiered it either.
Detorit’s Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas made their late night television debut this week on ‘Late Show with David Leterman.’ The group will be on tour in December again and making an Austin stop.
Australian guitar phenom Hamish Anderson, who was tapped to open for BB King in the US last month, celebrates the release of his new EP in Austin with a headlining concert at Stubb’s. See him live before he heads out for CMJ.
Deniro Farrar and Dezel Curry are currently on the road for their “Bow Down Tour.” Our friends at Scoremore are hooking us up with a pair of giveaway tickets to offer one of you real hip-hop heads. There’s not a lot of time to enter, so open this post up ASAP.
Pop sensations Neon Tress headlined a packed concert at Stubb’s on June 2. Smallpools and Nightmare and the Cat opened the show. Our boy Nicholas Kwasny was at the show to capture these live photos.
Los Angeles-based indie-pop band The Neighbourhood have announced a performance at Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater on July 18. Supporting acts for “The El Tour Blanco” will be Travis Scott and White Arrows. This headlining concert marks their return to Austin since their performances at this year’s South By Southwest. Tickets for the general public will […]
Columbia recording artist and rapper T. Mills is currently on the “All I Wanna Do” tour that hits Stubb’s this weekend. We have tickets to giveaway to a couple of you lucky bastards. Videos NSFW.
Our own Natalie Del Castillo chats with The Shears’ frontwoman Inné Aguilar about the band and their new album ‘From the Ashes’ before their show at Stubb’s.