Daily Music
Courtney Barnett Previews New LP
Monday night, four days shy of her new LP, Aussie rock heroine Courtney Barnett treated Austin to one of the “rare, intimate album warm-up parties” preceding the release of Tell Me How You Really Feel. Commemorating the occasion, the snarky singer played the droll, introspective work in its entirety to a sold-out crowd at Mohawk.

11:15AM Tue. May 15, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

Colin McIntyre's New Lung: Now with More Resonance
Dimension Gallery’s Colin McIntyre has been working like a man possessed – by a muse, by demons, by some DNA-level aesthetic imperative, who’s to say? – and one of the things he’s been working on is his Lung.

11:15AM Tue. May 15, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Q&A: Peelander-Z’s Kengo Hioki
Twenty years into their madcap career, Peelander-Z remains without equal. That is to say no one else has thought to create a color-coded punk band that chants non-sequitur hooks and engages in human bowling at their concerts.

3:55PM Fri. May 11, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Recommended Live Music for the Weekend
Today's a good weekend to ease your way into the upcoming summer heat. Quirk rockers Primus, riot grrrls FEA, and Kid Koala's vaudeville show help you get out of the house and into the heat.

4:00PM Thu. May 10, The Music Staff Read More | Comment »

Sammy Allred Dead at 84
Sammy Allred, singer and mandolin player in hillbilly humorists the Geezinslaw Brothers and longtime local deejay, has died at age 84, KOKE-FM reported.

3:23PM Thu. May 10, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Introducing Waterloo Music Festival
Addressing what its organizers have diagnosed as an underserved local market, Waterloo Music Festival will produce a large-scale jam band event for Austin come this fall.

9:00AM Tue. May 8, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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JMBLYA 2018 Packs Out for J. Cole
Every year since its 2013 inception, JMBLYA inches further away from anything not hip-hop. Saturday’s packed spring festival in a field bordering Circuit of the Americas boasted a wall-to-wall rap/R&B bill for the first time. ATX promoters Scoremore cashed in their ties to headliner J. Cole, who wrapped his 4 Your Eyez Only tour last December.

2:00PM Sun. May 6, Clara Wang Read More | Comment »

Live Music Recommendations for the Weekend
The weather is clearing up and it's time for the great Austin pastime: live music. From conjunto to country to hip-hop, there's something for every brand of Austinite.

4:43PM Fri. May 4, The Music Staff Read More | Comment »

Tony Kinman 1956-2018
Tony Kinman, a day-oner in California’s punk scene who later pioneered alt.country and cowpunk as the bassist and vocalist in the Austin-based band Rank & File, passed away this morning in his California home at age 63, his brother and bandmate Chip Kinman confirmed. He had been battling cancer.

2:10PM Fri. May 4, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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