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Mo’ Music Monday: Björk’s Vulnicura
Just days after announcing her return, the newly single Ms. Guðmundsdóttir surprised us all with a new LP, Vulnicura.

1:30PM Mon. Jan. 26, 2015, Rob Cohen Read More | Comment »

Jack White Towers Over the Austin Music Hall
Sunday rang in Jack White’s second night at Austin Music Hall. That was five nights before a sold-out show at Madison Square Garden, over two years since showing face at ACL Fest and taping Austin City Limits, and 13 years after becoming one of the most consistently successful rock stars of the modern age.

12:10PM Mon. Jan. 26, 2015, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

SXSW Music: List Four
Following last week’s gargantuan third list of Music acts, South by Southwest today announced another 176 names. That brings the total number of confirmed showcasers to 1,140. Expect Friday dispatches from the conference until not another band could possibly fit on local stages.

1:40PM Fri. Jan. 23, 2015 Read More | Comment »

The Voice: Rebecca Loebe
American television audiences first heard of Rebecca Loebe when she covered Nirvana’s “Come As You Are” on The Voice in 2011. Christina Aguilera spun around first to give Loebe the green light. Within seconds, Adam Levine followed suit. Loebe makes her hometown solo debut at Strange Brew on Feb. 5, 8pm.

2:00PM Thu. Jan. 22, 2015, William Harries Graham Read More | Comment »

SXSW Music Wristbands on Sale Thursday
Wristbands for the South by Southwest Music Festival, at the discounted price of $169, are available to Austin area residents starting Thursday at 10am.

2:47PM Wed. Jan. 21, 2015, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Civil Rights v. Hip-Hop
On Oprah’s Master Class, rap giant Jay Z postulated that hip-hop had done more for race relations than most civil rights leaders, using the “turn-up” as proof of change. “If you look at clubs and how integrated they have become – before people partied in separate clubs... and now people party together,” said the Roc Nation CEO. Let’s break this down.

11:30AM Tue. Jan. 20, 2015, Kahron Spearman Read More | Comment »

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Armadillos to the Highest Bidder
A yard sale wouldn’t do. Neither would Ebay. Eddie Wilson’s massive unloading of concert posters, antique beer advertisements, and local music artifacts called for a live auction.

11:47AM Mon. Jan. 19, 2015, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Midge Ure Completely Solo
James “Midge” Ure, born 61 years ago in Cambuslang, Lanarkshire, Scotland, boasts an unusual career path: teen pop outfit, Slik; declining to join the budding Sex Pistols; guitar sub for Thin Lizzy; synth-pop pioneer in Ultravox and Visage; and co-author of “Do They Know It’s Christmas” with Bob Geldof. He arrives at the Cactus Cafe Sunday, solo acoustic.

4:47PM Fri. Jan. 16, 2015, Tim Stegall Read More | Comment »

California Forest Fire: Cleopatra Degher
Cleopatra Degher is reminiscent of one of music’s golden eras, when artists such as the Eagles and Carly Simon were breaking the charts, and J.D. Souther and Waddy Watchtel were the sound: The Seventies. Degher makes her Austin debut tonight at Lamberts and Friday at Strange Brew.

5:30PM Thu. Jan. 15, 2015, William Harries Graham Read More | Comment »

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