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Kaytranada’s Scrounge Face Fantasy
Montreal’s mercurial future-funk DJ/producer Kaytranada is starting to feel himself. Growing confident at every turn, the formerly bashful Haitian-Canadian born Kevin Celestin capably delivers the funk, and nothing but the funk, albeit updated for his millennial peers. Said community showed up to Emo’s Thursday night for just that.

3:50PM Fri. Sep. 23, Kahron Spearman Read More | Comment »

Crowdfunding Austin Music Venues
On Thursday morning, Mayor Steve Adler took to the dais and announced plans to utilize a new mini-bond program to preserve local live music venues. His hope is to crowd-source a $10 million fund and use it to purchase select properties, protecting them from the rent increases we’ve seen plague Austin clubs in recent years.

3:45PM Thu. Sep. 22, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

The Gospel According to Kanye
Kanye West telegraphs when he’s about to send an arena into unadulterated mayhem. He lifts one leg, hops across the stage, and slams his elbow through the air just as the beat drops. The audience responds by becoming a whirlwind of limbs and loose clothing, West continuing with a perverse duck walk and a smug look at the pandemonium he’s orchestrated.

11:00AM Thu. Sep. 22, Bryan Rolli Read More | Comment »

ACL Fest Official Late Night Shows Venue Guide
ACL Fest crams a whole lot of acts into its two weekends at Zilker Park, but sometimes live musicgoers need a change of scenery.

3:00PM Wed. Sep. 21 Read More | Comment »

ACL Fest Transportation Guide
Looking forward to the festival but not looking forward to getting there and back? We hear ya. Here are some tips to help minimize the transit turmoil.

1:58PM Wed. Sep. 21, James Renovitch and Tucker Whatley Read More | Comment »

Let Them Eat BBQ
Once again, the morning escapes me. Six days into this adventure, I can no longer blame jet lag. In this case, some 3am revelry prompted me to sleep past noon at my hotel in Angers, France.

1:05PM Mon. Sep. 19, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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Rio Rita Moves to Badlands
It seems like too many of Austin's clubs and bars are either closing or moving because of rents. The latest shift sees the owners of two well-loved venues – Badlands and Rio Rita – exchanging fire via Facebook.

11:19AM Fri. Sep. 16, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

The French Connection
Paris sucks. It’s New York City tinted in red wine – très impersonal.

8:00AM Fri. Sep. 16, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Grooving With Cass McCombs
East Bay Area native Cass McCombs hasn’t done as many interviews as his enigmatic groove poetry demands, but the singer-songwriter-guitarist, 38, laughed easily and often on the dime of his new record label Anti-. The L.A. dweller’s eighth LP Mangy Love, which came out late last month, prompted the call. That and his show at the Parish on Monday, Sept. 19.

10:00AM Wed. Sep. 14, Raoul Hernandez Read More | Comment »

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