Daily Music
Q&A Hole: Trade Your Fingers for Fame
In this episode of Q&A Hole, we prompt musicians to debate the price of fame.

10:00AM Wed. Mar. 4, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

2019/2020 Austin Music Industry Award Winners
On Monday night, March 2, at Emo’s, the Austin Music Industry Awards recognized the people, places, and organizations that help facilitate the musical creativity this town is known for the world over.

7:00AM Tue. Mar. 3, James Renovitch Read More | Comment »

YBN Cordae’s Sold-Out Tour Promises a Bigger ATX Stake Next Time Through
YBN Cordae feels like a rare breed within the sometimes divisive world of hip-hop due to his mixture of old-school soul and new-school style. X certainly marked the spot as Cordae Dunston, a young man formerly without coordinates, swiftly sold out Come & Take It Live on Friday.

10:45AM Mon. Mar. 2, Derek Udensi Read More | Comment »

ATX Acid Punks the Boleys Throw a True Crime Rager in New Video
“Me and Joe [Boley, bassist] were in the van one day, driving to Austin,” recalls Ethan – guitarist/vocalist for Austin’s most prominent acid-punk sibling band, the Boleys – between sniffles mere hours before he and his brother head into town for the Bernie Sanders rally. “We were trying to think of video ideas, when we saw this ambulance driver.”

11:30AM Fri. Feb. 28, Tim Stegall Read More | Comment »

SXSW Adds Glass Animals, Girlpool & Black Lips
Three weeks out and South by Southwest’s Music festival is coming into focus. Schedules emerged, day party lineups are announcing hourly, and most of the 1,500-plus performers have been revealed.

10:00AM Thu. Feb. 27, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

SXSW Announces Free Shows on Lady Bird Lake
South by Southwest unveiled its lineup this morning for the music festival’s largest annual series – the trio of free outdoor shows at Auditorium Shores. This year’s programming breaks down into pop, Americana/indie, and a Latin concert highlighting immigration support initiatives.

11:00AM Wed. Feb. 26, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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Val Kilmer Partners With Mosaic Sound Collective
You know Val Kilmer as a superhero, a pilot, a gunfighter, and a bank robber, but he’s also - in real life - a painter who’s enthusiastic about the creation, facilitation, and presentation of art. Recently, the actor's found a kindred spirit locally with Mosaic Sound Collective.

11:25AM Tue. Feb. 25, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Food and Music Talent for Hot Luck Festival 2020 Announced
Four years running and Hot Luck Festival just keeps getting better. The best backyard party of the year is back this Memorial Day weekend, May 21-24, featuring celebrity chefs, live music, and one-of-a-kind bites and sips.

10:00AM Tue. Feb. 25, Zelly Martin Read More | Comment »

Family Confirms Brenden "Chameleon" Foster’s Passing
A public information officer for the Travis County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to The Austin Chronicle this morning that the body of then-unidentified male had been found in the water near Hippie Hollow. This afternoon, Foster's sister, Queen Deelah, confirmed via Facebook that the body was that of her missing brother, Brenden Foster.

4:48PM Fri. Feb. 21, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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