Daily Music: High Bias
Boogarins é Foda
Boogarins’ pop smarts, psychedelic atmospherics, and South American rhythms won over locals at both South by Southwest and Austin Psych Fest. Recording locally now permits the Brazilian quartet a four-weekend stand at Hotel Vegas, the first club they played outside their country. They answered questions via e-mail driving from Portland to Anchorage.

10:00AM Thu. Jun. 30, Michael Toland Read More | Comment »

Unsane Banter
NYC noise trio Unsane plays former Emo’s GM and Buzz Mill owner Jason Sabala’s new club Grizzly Hall on Friday, joined by local cronies Honky and the Fuckemos. Austinite of two years, bassist Dave Curran runs sound at the Hall, perfect spot for him, guitarist/vox Chris Spencer and drummer Vinny Signorelli to rehearse and warm up for a European tour.

1:30PM Thu. May 19, Michael Toland Read More | Comment »

Levitation Live Shot: Boris, Sunn O))), Sleep
Originally scheduled to share the Levitation Tent on Saturday night, Boris, Sunn 0))), and headliner Sleep instead took over a sold-out Mohawk last night for five hours of droning doom.

10:30AM Sun. May 1, Michael Toland Read More | Comment »

Levitation Kick-Off
If you checked social media Thursday night, you’d think the Reverb Appreciation Society had declared war on its fans in the wake of Levitation’s cancellation. At the three festival kick-off shows last night, the mood was decidedly ... chill. No angry conversations, no crossed-arms in the crowds. Everyone seemed to take the loss of Levitation in stride.

11:47AM Fri. Apr. 29, Michael Toland Read More | Comment »

Levitation Q&A: Sunn O)))
Kings of avant-garde drone, Sunn O))) overwhelms Austin this weekend for the first time in 14 years. That’s in support of Kannon, the Seattle metallers’ first non-collaborative LP since 2009 and one that hearkens back to the group’s ambient grunge. Guitarist/bassist Greg Anderson addressed its distinctive sound becoming festival friendly.

4:45PM Wed. Apr. 27, Michael Toland Read More | Comment »

SXSW Music: Barry Adamson
Barry Adamson’s music was always destined to exist on the fringes of society, along with the freaks, lovers, and creeps he celebrates.

2:15PM Sat. Mar. 19, Michael Toland Read More | Comment »

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SXSW Music: Yonatan Gat
“The people in the fancy seats can just rattle their badges,” winked guitarist Yonatan Gat near the beginning of his trio’s powerful SXSW set Friday night. Rest assured the Tel Aviv native and former axe god for Monotonix, which played legendary SXSW sets, wasn’t being off-putting.

1:40PM Sat. Mar. 19, Michael Toland Read More | Comment »

SXSW Music: Chirkutt
SXSW lineups at the Russian House every year can’t be beat, always featuring a staggering array of international talent from the farthest-flung locations. The sound at said venue, however, often leaves something to be desired, due to the nature of trying to amplify exotic instruments.

11:32AM Fri. Mar. 18, Michael Toland Read More | Comment »

SXSW Music: Conan
As muscle-bound and deadly as the barbarian antihero for which it’s named, Conan doesn’t do subtlety, by Crom.

11:50AM Thu. Mar. 17, Michael Toland Read More | Comment »

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