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Five Can't-Miss Free Week Shows
There's no time to nurse the New Year's Eve hangover when Austin's finest up-and-coming musicians fill the stages at Red River District venues starting January 1. Here's a few of our picks for the first half of the slate. Check our Music section for all of our recos, reviews, and photos and our Free Week page for all the shows!

8:00AM Fri. Dec. 29, 2017, Mark Fagan Read More | Comment »

If It Ain't Bruch, Don't Fix It
Jeremy Bruch: Maybe best known in these parts as the drumming component of the Golden Arm Trio, the band that’s the epicenter of all things Graham Reynolds. Yeah, that’s the way to refer to a human being, right?
As a component?

1:00PM Thu. Dec. 21, 2017, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Music Legacy Project
A local nonprofit facilitating media mentoring, E4 Youth founded the Music Legacy Project, which enables teens to learn about all facets of the music business by working with industry professionals. Program Director Jonathan “Chaka” Mahone, one half of Riders Against the Storm, has been overseeing students in the project, now in its third year.

9:30AM Wed. Dec. 20, 2017, Kahron Spearman Read More | Comment »

Beerland Handed Down
Beerland, a Red River cornerstone for the Austin punk and garage scenes since 2001, will change ownership at the end of the year. Founders Randall Stockton and his wife Donya Stockton have handed off the business to the local group that stages the popular Austin Jukebox music series, both parties confirmed Sunday afternoon.

10:20PM Sun. Dec. 17, 2017, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Gary Numan’s Songs From a Broken World
Promoting Savage (Songs From a Broken World), Gary Numan’s garnered a good deal of well-earned, positive press of late. Critics have praised the West London native, 59, in equal measures as the new album, which peaked at No. 2 in the UK and prompted sold-out tour dates, including Saturday’s local stopover at the Mohawk.

2:15PM Fri. Dec. 15, 2017, Julie Holden Read More | Comment »

Julien Baker’s Vulnerability
Julien Baker embraces flaws. On 2015 debut Sprained Ankle and October’s Turn Out the Lights, the 22-year-old Memphis native deftly navigates the darkest corners of herself: mental illness, recovery from substance abuse, her faith, and the relationships with those around her. She plies hymn-like singer-songwriter sonics at Emo’s on Monday, Dec. 18.

9:00AM Thu. Dec. 14, 2017, Libby Webster Read More | Comment »

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The Return of Jack Wilson
“Likely Wilson's masterwork.”

11:11AM Tue. Dec. 12, 2017, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

SXSW Keynotes: Albini, Cohen & Deal
Lyor Cohen, the music industry veteran who headed up Def Jam Records and Warner Music Group before advancing the contemporary label model with his 300 Entertainment, will deliver a keynote speech at South by Southwest.

10:00AM Tue. Dec. 12, 2017, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Parish Sells for $376,000
The Parish’s much ballyhooed eBay auction ended this afternoon, netting $376,445. The winning bidder has not been disclosed.

3:25PM Mon. Dec. 11, 2017, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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