Gary Clark, Jr.'s 'Redemption Road' plus Krum Bums and more
By Austin Powell,
5:48PM, Wed. Aug. 17, 2011
Local bluesman Gary Clark, Jr. is coming off of a VH1-worthy best week ever: a rave review in Rolling Stone, a guest appearance with the Roots and, coming soon to theaters, this opening cameo from Mario Van Peebles' new film, Redemption Road. Read more on all fronts in tomorrow's Off the Record.
Gary Clark, Jr. “Don't Owe You a Thang”
Krum Bums “Gasoline”
One-time Chronicle tour guide Dave Tejas has written a track-by-track guide to the Krum Bums lethal new album, Cut the Noose. His thoughts on lead single “Gasoline,” premiered by AltPress: “This song is very important to me, written when I was felt the walls closing in and people trying to take me down. I needed to take a long look at myself and change my pain into anger (and lyrics). I needed it to survive! This was the result.”
The Boxing Lesson “Muerta”
Here's the latest digital entry from Austin's foremost Pink Floyd enthusiasts.