Daily Music
The Enduring Emo of Paramore Connects Past and Future at Moody Center
Paramore has survived it all: multiple lineup changes, legal disputes, and a fan-worrying five-year hiatus.

5:30PM Mon. Jul. 10, Wayne Lim Read More | Comment »

Snotty and Sincere, Blink-182 Creates a Nearly Pristine Pop-Punk Time Capsule
There is a Blink-182 lyric that frequently pops in my head: “Corporate leaders, politicians/ Kids can’t vote, adults elect them.”

10:50AM Sat. Jul. 8, Abby Johnston Read More | Comment »

Kathy Valentine Swaps Stages for Zach Theatre's New Show Head Over Heels
Theatres are filled with jukebox musicals, but not many productions pulling on a recognizable back catalog can call on the musicians responsible for those toe-tappers. But Zach Theatre has announced an actual Go-Go will be part of their upcoming production of Head Over Heels – Austin music legend Kathy Valentine.

6:00PM Thu. Jul. 6, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Only Austin Earned a Warmhearted Lucinda Williams In-Store at Waterloo Records
Lucinda Williams lists Louisiana, Mississippi, and Mexico City among the many places she’s lived in her April memoir ​​Don't Tell Anybody the Secrets I Told You, but only her former home of Austin received a one-off, no-cost performance and book signing.

1:00PM Thu. Jul. 6, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

Watch This: The Sun Sets on a Relationship in Emily No Good’s “Space”
Against a setting sun in an open field, the music video for Emily No Good’s new single “Space” chronicles the end of a relationship. Her fifth single under the solo indie rock outlet integrates hypnotic, ethereal vocals, house-inspired beats, and a precariously coordinated dance led by intertwining costumes.

10:00AM Wed. Jul. 5, Wayne Lim Read More | Comment »

More Mondo Departures as Vinyl Leadership Exits
Three months ago, there was uproar in the collectible print scene when Funko announced it was firing the poster division leadership of Austin-based Mondo. Now the axe has reached the vinyl records team.

4:00PM Wed. Jun. 28, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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10:10AM Wed. Jun. 28, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

The Smile Adapts, Reworks, and Evolves the Radiohead Formula
Radiohead’s latest album A Moon Shaped Pool was released almost precisely seven years ago, and they haven’t performed in just shy of five years.

4:35PM Tue. Jun. 27, David Brendan Hall Read More | Comment »

Quiet Light Celebrates Debut Album Fourth of July With a Heartfelt Homecoming Show
In October 2021, then-biology/math undergraduate Riya Mahesh debuted as Quiet Light on an unassuming Tuesday night at Hole in the Wall, booked by friends made at UT-Austin radio station KVRX.

12:45PM Tue. Jun. 27, Wayne Lim Read More | Comment »

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