Former Rilo Kiley frontowman and your girlfriend’s #WCW Jenny Lewis taped her solo debut on ‘Austin City Limits’ on Wednesday. Check out the photos and a few notes for the upcoming episode.
Red 7’s outdoor stage is about to get noisy as you know what when Brooklyn’s Parquet Courts and Radioactivity take over for a night. Enter to win tickets to the show and thank us later.
Hell will have to freeze over before you will want to miss The Octopus Project at Mohawk on Friday night. Borrisokane and Tele Novella will warm you up. Enter to win tickets now. Roo!
Ready to scream the hook to “Wildest Moments” at the top of your lungs like a teenage a girl? Cherrytree recording artist and UK pop sensation Jessie Ware will be performing a headlining concert at Emo’s in October.
Robert Pattison’s homeboy and folk-pop extraordinaire Marcus Foster headlines Red 7 on April 11. We have two tickets to give away to one of you lucky bastards who follow Red River Noise on our Facebook page.
Comedian JB Smoove is one of the funniest brothas’ from anotha’ mutha’ you’ll ever know. Laugh your ass off with Smoove at Cap City Comedy Club this Thursday through Saturday.
Photos by AJ Miranda. Unsuspecting fans at the packed Toadies concert were blown away by homegrown openers Ume and frontwoman Lauren Langner Larsen’s explosive on-stage presence. Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer
Photos by AJ Miranda. Local alt/pop rock quartet Boy + Kite opened for Toadies at Stubb’s Amphitheatre on a recent Saturday night. An impressive amount of fans showed up early for this sold-out concert. The band likely made new fans on this night with their infectious energy and easygoing personalities. Read our review of the entire concert, […]
Photos by AJ Miranda. Toadies headlined a sold-out show at Stubb’s recently. The Texas alt-rockers have been icons of their scene and of this state since their now-classic debut, Rubbberneck, spawned such ’90s hits as “Possum Kingdom” and “Tyler.” The quartet, led by Vaden Todd Lewis, played those songs, as well as some new tracks […]
Written by Annar Verold. Austin-based funk/hip-hop/rock and roll– or better defined as “chunk”– band, T Bird and the Breaks have released a new single, “Good So Bad”. In 2011, the band kept busy with the release of their latest album, Never Get Out of this Funk Alive, touring with Galactic, and stealing the show at […]
It was a hip-hop extravaganza at The Mohawk on Friday, January 13. Local hip-hop collective Subkulture Patriots warmed things up with their performance, energizing the crowd for headliner and legendary rapper, Scarface. Performing the Geto Boys classic, “Mind Playing Tricks on Me,” the laid-back, weed-anthem “Mary Jane” and head-bobber “My Block,” Scarface had fans on […]
Words by Sarah Vasquez “I would never have guessed that I would try out for The Voice and that I would be on it,” Tje Austin says.I wouldn’t have guessed either, but that’s what happened in the spring when my then-roommate disappeared to film the show. He casually mentioned that he’d auditioned for the NBC […]
Words by Brett Thorne Gary Clark, Jr. sure is in a good mood. This is especially strange when you consider that he has become the hottest young gun in the blues world. Throughout the course of our conversation he barely speaks above a whisper and while he appears a bit reserved, he never comes off […]
So what was the best recorded music to come from the Live Music Capital of the World this year? Below you’ll find 20 albums that caught the attention of Red River Noise’s editors and staff. Though our top three albums comprise three totally different styles and sounds, their common trait is the ambition and care […]
In the “will DJs play this/will club goers like this” respect, Joker’s “The Vision” was already somewhat of a success before it even came out on the 8th of November. Tracks “Tron” and “My Trance Girl” have been out for at least a year and have already seen fairly heavy rotation in the scene. Both […]