Daily Music
Not Enough HAAM to Go Around
Last Thursday, just a week after the start of open enrollment, funding ran out for the Health Alliance for Austin Musicians’ program offering free health insurance to local musicians.

12:55PM Mon. Nov. 12, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

Musician Hurt in Panhandler Attack Outside Show
After performing at Beerland last Monday, Nov. 4, Thunderstars bassist Omar Richardson planned on taking a rideshare home. Instead, he was driven away in an ambulance following an attack by a panhandler.

11:25AM Mon. Nov. 12, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

BMI to Open Austin Office
BMI, the major performance rights organization that collects licensing fees for over 800,000 songwriters and publishers globally, has solidified plans to open a creative office in Austin next year, a representative for the company confirmed this morning.

9:01AM Thu. Nov. 8, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Album Premiere: Sydney Wright
Years in the making and ever delayed by the detours of life and creative growth, Sydney Wright’s debut full-length amounts to a greatest-hits-so-far for the Austin pop polymath, whose lush, layered compositions are hallmarked by slow-burning verses erupting into gargantuan hooks.

1:25PM Wed. Nov. 7, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Superfónicos & Julie Oliver Get the Vote Out
In an effort to encourage the younger demographic to vote and foster a dialog deeper than the repetitive stump speeches that bombard everyone throughout October, Austin songster Walker Lukens is connecting politicians with bands who can turn their messages into music.

11:35AM Mon. Oct. 29, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Moving Panoramas’ Baby Blues
If like any self-respecting Austinite you see Moving Panoramas perform 10 times annually, a gradual lineup shift makes it easy to overlook the sonic evolution that’s taken place since the dream rock outfit’s 2015 debut, One.

12:45PM Thu. Oct. 25, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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That Nasty Ol’ Johnny Rotten
Punk’s first public face as frontman for the Sex Pistols, John Joseph Lydon, 62, pulls into Mohawk on Thursday with his post-punk pioneering outfit Public Image Ltd., promoting the band’s impressive new documentary and a career-spanning box set, The Public Image Is Rotten.

7:00AM Thu. Oct. 25, Tim Stegall Read More | Comment »

Review: Sophisticated Giant
Before Dexter Gordon died in 1990, he asked his wife to finish a book he'd started about his life. She agreed, and this fall, Maxine Gordon is releasing the result. Since she's in Austin this week to host a screening of Round Midnight, for which Dexter Gordon received an Oscar nomination, it's an ideal time to review the new volume.

12:01PM Tue. Oct. 23, Jay Trachtenberg Read More | Comment »

Crowdfunding Kyle Shutt
Six weeks after the Sword dropped the H-bomb – “hiatus” – on their fans, Kyle Shutt has moved into an Airstream trailer and is traveling the country with his wife and young daughter.

8:00AM Tue. Oct. 23, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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