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Beach House, Explosions in the Sky, Death Grips get medieval out in Bastrop
Bill Ham Had My Back
ZZ Top’s onetime manager made rock & roll history
Album Review: Sarah Jarosz
Undercurrent arrives far more quietly in terms of production tricks
Bedside Manner: Guitar & Pen
Homework vs. live music ascension
RIP Freddy Powers
We remember the outlaw country singer with Doug Freeman's feature from 2008
Tonal Proximity
NMASS matured into Austin's foremost showcase of performance sound art, audiovisual improvisation, nonconformative music, and sensory installations
by Conor Walker
Playback: If the Gloves Fit
Gloves INTL ices funk, Allegro Media Group ices local label, and the ATX6 plan to ice international festivals
by Kevin Curtin
Aaron Einhouse
It Ain't Pretty
Strahan & the Good Neighbors
Strahan & the Good Neighbors
David Messier
Waiting for Eldridge
The Echocentrics
Echo Hotel
Bonnie Bishop
Ain't Who I Was
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Black Pistol Fire
Don't Wake the Riot
Alejandra Ramirez • Jun. 24 issue
Full Service
Lockers
Bryan Rolli • Jun. 24 issue
Let's Go to Hell: Scattered Memories of the Butthole Surfers
Front lunatic Gibby Haynes escapes the Butthole Surfers' first bio, but nothing else did
Kevin Curtin • Jun. 17 issue
Texas Jailhouse Music: A Prison Band History
Even the Texas state prison system proved an incubator for the Lone Star soundtrack
Alejandra Ramirez • Jun. 17 issue
Kent Finlay wrote the songs, but more so he nurtured songwriters
Doug Freeman, Jun. 17 issue
First comprehensive Prince bio dropped domestically two months before he died
Neph Basedow, Jun. 17 issue
"A man who carries the troubled history of an entire people on his back and a 24-piece band and three radio stations to boot cannot find peace"
Thomas Fawcett, Jun. 17 issue
Punk rock as L.A. lit no less than Charles Bukowski and Raymond Chandler
Tim Stegall, Jun. 17 issue
The punk equivalent to Mötley Crüe's debauched autobiography The Dirt
Tim Stegall, Jun. 17 issue
Runaways guitarist kisses and tells deadly
Raoul Hernandez, Jun. 17 issue
Rod Stewart mispronounced the session basher's name, but Carmine Appice survived nonetheless
Richard Whittaker, Jun. 17 issue
Collection of local brainiac Chuck Eddy's freakishly knowledgeable music insights
Libby Webster, Jun. 17 issue
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