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So What is Trainspotting Anyway?
There's an omission in cult classic Trainspotting: Never once is the title explained. Director Danny Boyle gets to fill in that blank 20 years later with T2 Trainspotting. "It was a reason for us wanting to do the film, the sequel, was because of that scene, to go back."

7:00AM Fri. Mar. 24, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

ATX Television Festival Adds FX's Snowfall
It'll be cold in June in Austin, with the announcement that the ATX Television Festival will open with a screening of the premiere of FX's new show Snowfall. Plus, get ready for an insight into the future of TV with a panel featuring broadcast, basic cable, premium, and streaming network presidents, from NBC to HBO.

2:00PM Thu. Mar. 23, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Bryan Ferry Enslaves the Moody
When one of the gods hasn’t played Austin in practical memory recall, their powering up at a beloved venue such as ACL Live at the Moody Theater is pyrotechnic. Boom! Bryan Ferry inside the crown jewel of local concert halls on Wednesday night left everyone flush and not a single soul singed.

10:25AM Thu. Mar. 23, Raoul Hernandez Read More | Comment »

First Look: Mattie's
Austin’s iconic Green Pastures reopened its doors on March 1st as Mattie’s, a renovated take on the old restaurant that strives to stay true to Green Pastures’ values of Southern hospitality and mindfully sourced ingredients.

3:15PM Wed. Mar. 22, Thea Newell Read More | Comment »

Malik Posts Second Awakening Clip
Kicking off Austin’s annual March madness with a video for “Alone,” local rapper/producer Malik now bookends the month by dropping visuals for “Kaa’s Song,” one of the bouncier affairs off his masterful second album, The Awakening (II).

3:00PM Wed. Mar. 22, Kahron Spearman Read More | Comment »

Heavy Horror Returns With Death By Festival
By the pricking of our thumbs, something gruesome this way comes. Fans of extreme metal and underground horror will get to warm up before Halloween with the announcement today of the new Death By Festival.

4:15PM Mon. Mar. 20, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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East Austin Urban Farm Tour Announces Lineup
Admit it. You bought a pair of shortalls last summer because they were only $35 at H&M and, besides, you remember Kelly Kapowski always looking great in them. Never mind that you look more like Screech. Or that you have nowhere to wear them besides the occasional day show at Stubb's. If Taylor Swift can wear them, so can you.

11:40AM Mon. Mar. 20, Brandon Watson Read More | Comment »

SXSW Music Live: The Roots & Friends
On a stacked SXSW Saturday night billed as the Roots & Friends, a seemingly endless array of artists graced the stage of a 450-capacity shotgun venue. This meant that for every one ecstatic fan that made it into the Bud Light-sponsored revue, another five were left on the outside looking in, many of whom had waited in line for hours.

1:25PM Sun. Mar. 19, Thomas Fawcett Read More | Comment »

SXSW Music Live: Stones Throw Showcase
Peanut Butter Wolf sure knows how to pick ’em. Once more, canny Stones Throw label founder and curator Chris Manak delivered a strong Saturday SXSW showcase for cool kids at the Main. Drummer/producer Karriem Riggins’ soul-rattling bass kicks and the mainstream-divergent R&B of Gabriel Garzón-Montano distinguished themselves in particular.

12:30PM Sun. Mar. 19, Kahron Spearman Read More | Comment »

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