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How Nicole Riegel Got in Tune With Dandelion
It’s fair to say that Nicole Riegel leaves the house with film and music on her body. Wherever she goes she takes a 16mm film camera with her – a gift from her husband who bought it for her in Sweden – and carries it on a strap made from her old guitar strap. “They’re my instruments,” she says.

7:36PM Fri. Jul. 12, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

BLK ODYSSY Pulls a “Kill Bill” in Old-School Music Video for “CHANGES”
BLK ODYSSY’s new album 1-800-FANTASY arrives next week, and ahead of its release, the artist is taking us back to 1980s MTV with the music video for new single “CHANGES.”

1:17PM Wed. Jul. 10, Carys Anderson Read More | Comment »

Nanci Griffith Songs Come Alive at the Cactus Cafe
Songwriters, longtime listeners, newcomers, and possibly a gang of neighborly ghosts pack Austin’s iconic Cactus Cafe. While members of this eclectic group gather as strangers, they all share one mutual friend: Nanci Griffith.

3:32PM Tue. Jul. 9, Amber Williams Read More | Comment »

Michael Corcoran Has Died and Austin’s Lost a Voice That Always Kept Things Interesting
Now that Michael Corcoran’s dead, I can admit something I’d never have said while he was alive: Corky was the G.O.A.T. of all of us who spent our lives writing about Austin music.

8:30AM Tue. Jul. 2, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Country Prodigy Signs a Major Deal and Gets a Major Boost
Seventeen-year-old country artist Ty Myers has signed with RECORDS Nashville/Columbia Records.

9:00AM Mon. Jul. 1, Camila Villarreal Read More | Comment »

Album Review: Strand of Oaks' Miracle Focus
Originally from Indiana, Austin transplant Timothy Showalter from alternative/indie band Strand of Oaks released his newest album, Miracle Focus, on June 7.

12:00AM Sat. Jun. 29, Jasmine Iman Wright Read More | Comment »

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Kinky Friedman, Outlaw, Author, and One-Time Gubernatorial Candidate, Dies at 79
Kinky Friedman, the irreverent singer-songwriter who lampooned “wuss” culture both on record and on the ballot, has died at 79.

1:34PM Thu. Jun. 27, Carys Anderson Read More | Comment »

Austin Cinema Owner Mixing Classic Albums and Classic Films for Silents Synced
Josh Frank, founder of Austin’s Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In, is launching a new collaboration with some of the biggest names in rock, including Radiohead, R.E.M., Pearl Jam, the Pixies and more, intended to bring new energy to silent movies.

1:07PM Thu. Jun. 27, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Levitation’s Insane 2024 Lineup Includes the Jesus Lizard, Slowdive, and Gang of Four
This year’s Levitation is going to be one for the books. The Black Angels-founded psych rock festival returns to Austin October 31 to November 3 with the Jesus Lizard, Slowdive, Gang of Four, and more.

11:00AM Thu. Jun. 27, Carys Anderson Read More | Comment »

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