From out of the blue arrives Löwin’s new single, a sharply written track buoyed by shimmering guitar interplay, breezy melodies, and a demanding refrain: “Do you know what you’ve got? Because I know what I’m not.”
In 2008, a little-known filmmaker named Barry Jenkins premiered his first film, Medicine for Melancholy, at SXSW. A decade later, and with an Oscar for Moonlight on his shelf, he returns as the first announced keynote speaker for SXSW 2018.
As the September release of CodeNEXT version 2.0 draws near, city commissioners (and residents) continue sorting out how the land use code rewrite might address the city’s affordability issues. On Thursday, the Planning Commission held a special-called meeting to receive a briefing on a newly proposed density bonus program.
James Bryan was behind the lens, on set, and in the editing room for low budget movies' most impactful transition. From sexploitation reels to drive-in horrors and video ninjas, he survived the sleaze cinema revolution from 16mm grindhouses to omnipresent VHS.
Brett Whitcomb dabbles with keyboards, but Suzanne Ciani, subject of A Life in Waves, understands them. For most musicians, he said, "You plug stuff in and you make a sound, and you're like, that's cool. She approaches it as, I want to make this kind of sound, and then she physically programs the modular to make it. She truly engineers her sound."
You want to go to a place where everybody knows your name?
That’s your house, right? Where you live?
Dollars to donuts, citizen: Everybody in your house – unless you’re being, what, burgled? – everybody there goddamn well knows your name.
You know that Bennu Coffee place on MLK, the one with the gorgeous custom-built bar? The one that’s open 24/7 and is usually filled with people slaking their need for caffeine and tasty noms and a place to hang or study their asses off?