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Black Pumas Inexplicably Cancel All 2022 Dates
The word "hiatus" wasn’t mentioned, but it sounds like Austin’s biggest breakouts are taking a break.

5:30PM Mon. Aug. 15, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

Luna Luna, TC Superstar, Mama Duke, & KindKeith to Play Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival
After moving to the Far Out Lounge last year, the return of the Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival to the three-acre venue requires an appropriately spectacular and spicy lineup.

11:11AM Thu. Aug. 11, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

Bryan Carter Embraces the Freedom of Jazz at Pride
In 2019, after finding there were no Pride events at any prominent New York City jazz venues, Juilliard-trained musician Bryan Carter took matters into his own hands. With help from friends, what started as a simple night of jazz and LGBTQ+ celebration became the showstopping Jazz at Pride..

2:40PM Tue. Aug. 9, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Watch This: A Tribute to Denny Freeman in His Own Words
On what would have been his 78th birthday, we’re pleased to present a mini doc on Denny Freeman, the graceful guitarist whose soulful presence in Austin music resounded through five decades. The video’s set to a never-before-heard narration of Freeman discussing his life in music.

11:40AM Mon. Aug. 8, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Remembering James “Prince” Hughes, Atomic City Owner and Austin Punk Luminary
The more Austin changes, the more important it is to remember what once was but is, sadly, no more. Even magic has an end date, apparently.

10:30AM Sun. Aug. 7, Marc Savlov Read More | Comment »

ATX Queer Music Festival Has Austin Pride Month Singing a New Tune
Austin City Limits; South by Southwest; Levitation Fest: In terms of music festivals, Austin has something for everyone. And now, thanks to Genesis Vasquez, ATX’s queer community has a big blow-out music fest of their own happening on Saturday, Aug. 6., at Lustre Pearl SouthATX Queer Music Festival.

4:30PM Wed. Aug. 3, James Scott Read More | Comment »

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George Kinney, Who Helmed the Golden Dawn’s Early Psych Rock Treasure Power Plant, Has Died
George Kinney – singer, guitarist, and lyricist for the Austin-based psychedelic rock act the Golden Dawn, whose 1968 LP Power Plant became a late-realized genre gem – died today at age 75. The news came out via his band’s Facebook page:

4:15PM Mon. Jul. 18, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

DAWA Launches No-Cost Content Studio for BIPOC Creatives
On Tuesday, during a promotional event with Tito's, local support group DAWA (Diversity Awareness and Wellness in Action) announced the launch of a new downtown podcasting and livestream studio.

2:00PM Mon. Jul. 18, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

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