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Sound on Sound Review: Hot Chip
Stationed behind a Frankenstein board of digital turntables, Joe Goddard and Felix Martin’s silhouettes were outlined by neon lights overhead. Two-sevenths of Hot Chip thus delved deep through an eclectic 90-minute set Sunday night at Vulcan Gas Company, putting on a turntable workout.

10:40AM Mon. Nov. 13, Alejandra Ramirez Read More | Comment »

Sound on Sound Review: Shins
Totally packed by the time the Shins took the stage Sunday night, the Emo’s crowd skewed older and whiter, with a lot of enthusiastically thrown devil’s horns hand gestures. This was likely the demographic that became enduring fans of the Shins’ 2001 debut Oh, Inverted World in their teenage years.

10:15AM Mon. Nov. 13, Libby Webster Read More | Comment »

Sound on Sound Review: Ariel Pink
Cali pop weirdo Ariel Pink remains both widely influential and subversive. Behind a decade of amassed live train wrecks and incendiary interviews, the avant-garde act’s Sunday night performance at Cheer Up Charlies proved the first Sound on Sound makeup show to sell out.

9:40AM Mon. Nov. 13, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

Kurt & Courtney’s Last Stand
Cerebral Aussie rocker Courtney Barnett and Philly psych twanger Kurt Vile are unparalleled in their detail-oriented, stream-of-consciousness songwriting. Lotta Sea Lice, a sleepy album coalescing the idiosyncrasies of both weirdos, dropped mid-October and sold out ACL Live at the Moody Theater Saturday night for the duo’s final show of the tour.

11:50AM Sun. Nov. 12, Libby Webster Read More | Comment »

Sound on Sound Review: Yelle
The adage that music transcends language holds true for French electro-pop trio Yelle. The majority of the band’s full-house SOS audience had obviously forgotten what little French they learned in high school, but it hardly mattered. Frontwoman Julie Budet proved effortlessly transfixing outside at Mohawk on Saturday night.

11:10AM Sun. Nov. 12, Lauren Modery Read More | Comment »

Sound on Sound Review: Japandroids
Rock & roll conviction lives and dies onstage, something Japandroids proved during a Sound on Sound makeup show Saturday night at Emo’s that was the duo’s first Austin appearance since a sold-out benefit at Mohawk in February.

9:45AM Sun. Nov. 12, Michael Toland Read More | Comment »

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Sound on Sound Review: Noname
On last year’s debut Telefone, rising rap star Noname focused on systemic issues via autobiographical musings told through intricate and poetic rhymes. Saturday, before a packed house at Eastside landmark Scoot Inn, the Chicago MC born Fatimah Nyeema Warner radiated interactive positivity.

9:15AM Sun. Nov. 12, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

Sound on Sound Review: The Frights
Angst and sarcasm mushroomed into a three-part pop/punk opera Saturday night at a well-populated Cheer Up Charlies courtesy of Cali trio the Frights, Bostonians Vundabar, and Aussie duo Hockey Dad.

8:50AM Sun. Nov. 12, Isabella Castro-Cota Read More | Comment »

Sound on Sound Review: Cannibal Corpse
Perfect pyramid: 30 minutes of death metal blort from Arizona’s opening Gatecreeper, 45 minutes of tearaway super thrash by Dallas marauders Power Trip in the middle, and 83 minutes behind the wall of gore erected courtesy of pioneer butchers Cannibal Corpse. Solely missing from Mohawk’s SOS bill Friday was a Ren faire forest 39 minutes east of Austin.

11:57AM Sat. Nov. 11, Raoul Hernandez Read More | Comment »

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