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AusPop Organizes a Tribute to Frank Kozik
When legendary poster artist Frank Kozik died earlier this month at the age of 61, he did not simply leave behind an incredible body of work created during his years as the go-to poster artist for Austin's underground bands in the 80s and 90s.

5:05PM Fri. May 26, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Frank Kozik (1962-2023), the Man Behind a Poster Revolution
When Frank Kozik passed away this week at the age of 61, he was remembered as the founding father of the modern art print scene. Chronicle writer and punk historian Tim Stegall called him "the graphic and aesthetic conscience of our generation," and that conscience will forever be associated with Austin.

3:30PM Fri. May 12, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Jim Eno Send-Off Promises Secret Lineup of “Public Hi-Fi All Stars” on June 5
“Sadly, Austin just can’t compete with Jim’s insatiable thirst for clams,” commented the Spoon Instagram account on Antone’s Nightclub's post announcing a send-off concert for their drummer.

3:40PM Tue. May 9, Wayne Lim Read More | Comment »

Kendrick Lamar, Foo Fighters, and Alanis Morissette Announced To Play ACL Fest 2023
Austin’s leading A-list outdoor festival returns, October 6-8 and 13-15.

9:00AM Tue. May 9, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

Community Outshines Competition at Breaking for Gold USA National Championship
Though a pulsing bass, syncopated breakbeats, and brassy trills echoed through the walls of Parish for more than nine hours on Saturday, no band occupied the stage.

12:35PM Mon. May 8, Wayne Lim Read More | Comment »

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The Best Things We Saw at Austin Psych Fest 2023
Considering Austin’s inclement weather and the precarious state of national touring – survival of an outdoor Texas musical gathering doesn’t just take tenacity, it may actually require a few years off.

3:20PM Mon. May 1, Rachel Rascoe, Julian Towers, Katie Karp, Michael Toland and Raoul Hernandez Read More | Comment »

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