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Tyler Childers’ Universal Sound
Taping Austin City Limits last month, John Prine brought out Tyler Childers for “Please Don’t Bury Me” and “Paradise.” He then ceded the stage completely for the Kentucky native to perform his own “Lady May.” If that was all meant as introduction for a new talent, Childers’ sold-out show at the Scoot Inn on Thursday proved said horse has already left the barn.

11:05AM Fri. Jul. 20, Doug Freeman Read More | Comment »

Recommended Live Music for the Weekend
Tame Impala, Snoop Dogg, and more descend on San Marcos for Float Fest, but from Headcrusher to Sam Smith, there's plenty to keep you around town this weekend.

4:00PM Thu. Jul. 19, The Music Staff Read More | Comment »

Claudio Simonetti's Goblin Brings Back Suspiria
Suspiria vita! As the classic Italian horror gets an eagerly-awaited remake (which Quentin Tarantino is already praising), there's a chance for Austin audiences to see Dario Argento's 1977 masterpiece, with a live score by one of the founding members of the band that added those distinctive eerie tones to the score – Goblin.

4:00PM Mon. Jul. 16, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Iron & Wine Comes Full Circle
Ten years ago, Sam Beam lived in Dripping Springs. Conceived here, Iron & Wine’s The Shepherd’s Dog (2007) grew its transplant beyond hushed, poetic folkie into a world music-leaning experimentalist. Beam also began his annual tradition of summer benefit shows at the Paramount Theatre in support of the Midwives Alliance of North America.

11:55AM Mon. Jul. 16, Doug Freeman Read More | Comment »

Jawbreaker, Last Band on the Titanic
The Nineties were a simpler time, an age of Clinton-era peace and prosperity, when artists delivered emotion without irony, punks played Les Pauls through Marshall amps, and the highest offense in underground music was “selling out.”

1:30PM Sat. Jul. 14, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Ponty Bone (1939-2018)
Austin’s accordion king has put the squeeze on mortality and departed for the cantina of another realm. The 78-year-old Southsider, who had been ill several years, is still best remembered as a charter member of the so-called Lubbock Mafia. Attending Texas Tech, he emerged from the Panhandle in Joe Ely’s band, which once went mano-a-mano with the Clash.

12:45PM Fri. Jul. 13, Raoul Hernandez Read More | Comment »

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Recommended Live Music for the Weekend
Metal to SoundCloud rap on Friday, beach rock and soul on Saturday, and some good ol' folk rock on Sunday, this weekend has it all.

8:00AM Fri. Jul. 13, The Music Staff Read More | Comment »

Bedroom Pop, Comfort for the Sad Unknown
This past Friday night at Spider House, Michael Seyer, Bane’s World, and Inner Wave helped define bedroom pop.

10:45AM Tue. Jul. 10, Jeremy Steinberger Read More | Comment »

A New ATX6 Ventures to Vietnam
Inside one of Austin music’s most enduring proving grounds on Saturday afternoon, multitudes gathered in the front room of the Hole in the Wall to welcome in the new ATX6, a group of local songwriters who will represent our fair city at international events throughout the next year.

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