Chad Swiatecki

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Crucial Concerts for the Coming Week
Crucial Concerts for the Coming Week
Women of Antone's, underground MCs, FuckEmos, and more recommended shows

Music, March 23, 2023

Austin Music Office Expands Musician Payment for Certain City-Sponsored SXSW Events
Austin Music Office Expands Musician Payment for Certain City-Sponsored SXSW Events
$200/hour rate newly applied to DAWA and EQ Austin showcases

Music, March 17, 2023

SXSW Music 2023: The Best Things We Saw on Wednesday
SXSW Music 2023: The Best Things We Saw on Wednesday
A primo Tiger Den showcase, iLe, Hermanos Gutiérrez, and more

SXSW, March 16, 2023

DAWA’s Unity Concert Brings Together Austin’s Rising BIPOC-Led Acts
DAWA’s Unity Concert Brings Together Austin’s Rising BIPOC-Led Acts
Showcase kicked off a week of creative Vision:8291 programming

SXSW, March 15, 2023

Glen “Spot” Lockett, In-House SST Records Producer and Former Austinite, Has Died
Glen “Spot” Lockett, In-House SST Records Producer and Former Austinite, Has Died
American punk innovator also explored Celtic and bluegrass

Music, March 5, 2023

Rancho Alegre Fundraises to Save Their Conjunto Festival During AmplifyATX
Rancho Alegre Fundraises to Save Their Conjunto Festival During AmplifyATX
Cut from city arts funding, Alegre aims to raise 35k this week

Music, Feb. 28, 2023

As the Region Booms, Farmers Struggle to Feed Austin Locally
As the Region Booms, Farmers Struggle to Feed Austin Locally
A lack of farmland preservation threatens a fragile food web

News, Feb. 23, 2023

Austin's Gold Rush Vinyl Doubles Record Manufacturing Capacity
Austin's Gold Rush Vinyl Doubles Record Manufacturing Capacity
Pressing plant expands machinery to meet steady demand

Music, Feb. 16, 2023

Five Takeaways From the New Austin Music Census
Five Takeaways From the New Austin Music Census
2022 survey shows musicians moving farther from city core

Music, Feb. 3, 2023

Former Sidewinder Space Now Open as After-Hours Club the Cut
Former Sidewinder Space Now Open as After-Hours Club the Cut
Victory Grill owner and partners hope to fix long-idle outdoor stage

Music, Jan. 13, 2023

HAAM Receives Additional $1 Million to Fund 500 Musicians’ Insurance
HAAM Receives Additional $1 Million to Fund 500 Musicians’ Insurance
Apply for Central Health support before the Jan. 15 deadline

Music, Jan. 10, 2023

Proposed Amphitheater Near Dripping Springs Faces Neighbor Opposition
Proposed Amphitheater Near Dripping Springs Faces Neighbor Opposition
Traffic concerns clash with 5,000-capacity plans off Fitzhugh Road

Music, Jan. 6, 2023

You and a Friend Could Go to Every Resound Show Next Year for $500
You and a Friend Could Go to Every Resound Show Next Year for $500
Austin bookers’ Sorted Pass joins growing number of ticket bundles

Music, Dec. 16, 2022

Legendary Austin Rock & Roll Deejay Johnny Walker Has Died
Legendary Austin Rock & Roll Deejay Johnny Walker Has Died
Known as the vibrant host of afternoons on KLBJ

Music, Nov. 22, 2022

What the Broken Spoke's Historic Designation Could Mean for Music Venue Preservation
What the Broken Spoke's Historic Designation Could Mean for Music Venue Preservation
Honky-tonk could join sites eyed for city venue investments

Music, Nov. 17, 2022

Fire Damage at Parish Music Venue Pauses Concerts Into December
Fire Damage at Parish Music Venue Pauses Concerts Into December
Updates on Resound and Heard Presents’ six-month-old space

Music, Nov. 15, 2022

The Jesus and Mary Chain's Jim Reid Talks Rock Cycles and Roky Erickson Ahead of Levitation Return
The Jesus and Mary Chain's Jim Reid Talks Rock Cycles and Roky Erickson Ahead of Levitation Return
For "anybody that wants to make a bit of a strange noise"

Music, Oct. 20, 2022

Adrian Quesada Talks Collaborative 20-Person <i>Austin City Limits</i> Taping and Fest Performance
Adrian Quesada Talks Collaborative 20-Person Austin City Limits Taping and Fest Performance
“A pretty massive undertaking in a span of a few days”

Music, Oct. 12, 2022

Pandemic-Shuttered North Door to Reopen Next to Brew & Brew
Pandemic-Shuttered North Door to Reopen Next to Brew & Brew
Eastside arts and music venue resumes in smaller space, a block from former home

Music, Sept. 15, 2022

Clock Runs Out on Music Hub: Mosaic Sound Collective Losing Lease to Development
Clock Runs Out on Music Hub: Mosaic Sound Collective Losing Lease to Development
Owners hold hopes to relocate music industry collective

Music, Aug. 18, 2022

Review: Shearwater’s <i>The Great Awakening</i> (Polyborus)
Review: Shearwater’s The Great Awakening (Polyborus)
Austin indie institution’s latest feels like a far-off summer lightning storm: all low rumbles punctuated by occasional flashes of grandeur

Music, June 16, 2022

Can Dirty Sixth Be Cleaned Up?
Can Dirty Sixth Be Cleaned Up?
City Hall, the bars and clubs, and now a big developer say, “Maybe?”

News, June 16, 2022

The Far Out Is Having a Moment
The Far Out Is Having a Moment
Scrappy South Austin venue is building a major presence in the city's live music ecosystem

Music, May 12, 2022

With Sharply Different Approaches, Willie Nelson and George Strait Christen the Moody Center
With Sharply Different Approaches, Willie Nelson and George Strait Christen the Moody Center
Strait leads crowd in singing “Happy Birthday” to his fellow Texas icon

Music, April 30, 2022

Crucial Concerts for the Coming Week
Crucial Concerts for the Coming Week
Mikaela Davis, Knocked Loose, Curtis McMurtry, Questlove, and more recommended shows

Music, April 14, 2022

What We're Listening to This Week
What We're Listening to This Week
A cross-border collaboration, Good Looks, Adrian Quesada, Skloss, and Letting Up Despite Great Faults

Music, April 7, 2022

Crucial Concerts for the Coming Week
Crucial Concerts for the Coming Week
A couple of mini-festivals, Progger, Blk Ops, Mama Duke, and more live music to see

Music, March 31, 2022

Crucial Concerts SXSW Week Edition
Crucial Concerts SXSW Week Edition
Our favorite showcases and unofficial parties for the rest of the week

Music, March 17, 2022

The Joe Rogan Conundrum: For Independent Artists, What's the Cost of Quitting Spotify?
The Joe Rogan Conundrum: For Independent Artists, What's the Cost of Quitting Spotify?
Musicians, managers, publishers weigh in on the boycott

Music, Feb. 10, 2022

Spoon Album Review
Spoon Album Review
Lucifer on the Sofa (Matador)

Music, Feb. 3, 2022

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