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Gloves Redefines Garage Rock
There’s an indescribable strangeness to Austin’s “anti-garage” outfit Gloves. It’s not the revolting, standing-at-a-distance-and-point sort of peculiarity. It’s more of a, “Where did you come from and why are you here?” alien quality. The one you’re constantly looking for in music, but usually only back up into.

1:25PM Wed. May 6, Kahron Spearman Read More | Comment »

A to Um... With Stephin Merritt
The Chronicle loves The Magnetic Fields. Though frontman Stephin Merritt remains a tough nut to crack, our phoner was a li’l bit cunty, a li’l bit rock & roll, but a whole lot of fun... for me anyway. He performs tonight at the Central Presbyterian Church.

9:00AM Wed. May 6, Rob Cohen Read More | Comment »

Elton John Rockets the Moody
Last Saturday, Sir Elton John followed Jerry Lee Lewis on the Acura stage at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, and, for all intents and purposes, lit the thing on fire.

1:15PM Tue. May 5, Nina Hernandez Read More | Comment »

2015 Austin City Limits Music Festival Lineup
ACL Fest stole its own thunder when the official website inexplicably posted, then deleted, the 2015 lineup on Sunday night, two days before its scheduled announcement. Mum’s the word from reps regarding how that hype-killing gaffe occurred, but we can assume someone got taken out back of the shed Monday morning.

6:01AM Tue. May 5, Kevin Curtin & Raoul Hernandez Read More | Comment »

Slooom’s Video Premiere
Their tailor-made moniker, an elongated tweak on the ancient word “sloom” – to slumber or doze – aptly decribes the sound of Austin’s newest ambient pop duo. Slooom evokes the dream state: musically atmospheric, conceptually abstract, and tranquil in effect.

3:00PM Mon. May 4, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

iHeartRadio Country Festival Review
Last year’s inaugural iHeartRadio Country Festival proved successful enough to inspire an even more ambitious second round Saturday night at the Frank Erwin Center. In addition to a total of 11 acts over five hours, the show staged an even more blatant promotional event, prompting both a Yahoo livestream and taping for a two-hour NBC special on May 27.

2:00PM Mon. May 4, Doug Freeman Read More | Comment »

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Beef Sumo Needs Your Help!
“The stop-motion version of Frank Was a Monster Who Wanted to Dance cackles and prances with a Tim Burton-esque dark glee. As its narrator dulcets his best Boris Karloff, this two-and-a-half minute ‘work in progress’ roars to life with its star Batmobiling it down to the danceteria on a twangy crest of Shadowy Men From a Shadowy Planet surftones.”

4:20PM Fri. May 1, Raoul Hernandez Read More | Comment »

10 Minutes with Dweezil Zappa
Zappa Plays Zappa hits Emo’s tonight with eldest son Dweezil leading a performance of 1975 LP One Size Fits All. A lengthy second set of Frank Zappa’s avant-rock compositions follows. Before soundcheck, at 4pm for $75, guitarists of all abilities can get tips from the Grammy-winning bandleader during a 90-minute class he’s dubbed Dweezilla.

10:00AM Fri. May 1, Jim Caligiuri Read More | Comment »

Kalu James’ Feel Music
The warmth, the soul, the voice, the smile, the presence that is Kalu James and his Thursday night residency at the Continental Club Gallery is fast becoming an Austin highlight. Tell the locals to get there early and plan to stay late. Tell tourists be prepared to heat the dancer floor in the intimate space.

11:50AM Thu. Apr. 30, William Harries Graham Read More | Comment »

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