Daily Music
Watch This: Indoor Creature Follows Ben Franklin in “American Dream”
When brainstorming visual concepts to accompany Indoor Creature’s forthcoming video, drummer Travis Kitchen brought up L'Argent.

10:00AM Fri. Apr. 1, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

Waterloo Records Celebrates 40th Birthday with Two In-Store Performances
The return of South by Southwest wasn’t quite complete without Waterloo Records’ much-loved parking lot parties.

3:30PM Tue. Mar. 29, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

Oliver Tree on crying, his cowboy lineage, and his influences… which are none
The last time Oliver Tree graced a stage in Austin, at ACL Fest 2019, the injured performer whirled around in a gold-painted wheelchair. Now at full strength, with a new cowboy persona, the "Life Goes On" singer returns to play a sold out concert at Stubb’s.

10:20AM Sat. Mar. 26, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Patria y Vida: The Newest Rhythm Of Revolution
Quick music history quiz; what do the songs “Yankee Doodle Dandy” and NWA’s “Fuck The Police” have in common? Give up? They’re both protest songs.

11:30AM Mon. Mar. 21, Gary Lindsey Read More | Comment »

SXSW Keynote: Japanese Breakfast’s Michelle Zauner on Creative Inspiration and a Good Sandwich
Michelle Zauner lives “a life without much yearning, the bread and butter of creativity,” she said. Sounding like a dopamine junkie, the Korean-American (“wh-asian,” as she put it) told Rolling Stone's Angie Martoccio the best part of her SXSW was a club sandwich she ordered from room service.

12:33PM Sun. Mar. 20, Christina Garcia Read More | Comment »

SXSW Keynote: Japanese Breakfast’s Michelle Zauner on Creative Inspiration and a Good Sandwich
 
The Best Music We Saw at SXSW on Saturday
The first in-person South by Southwest since 2019 came to a close with a busy Saturday that, for many, started with day parties and ended after midnight. Most of those people are probably still asleep.

12:05PM Sun. Mar. 20, Rachel Rascoe, Julian Towers, Morgan-Taylor Thomas, Christina Garcia, Kevin Curtin and Robert Penson Read More | Comment »

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Beck Saw Austin’s Jesse Ebaugh Playing at Mohawk Friday Night, 20 Hours Later They Performed Together at the Moody Theater
Going back decades in Austin, there’ve been stories people tell that are so incredible and improbable they’d seem like fiction if not for the qualifier: “It happened during South by Southwest.” But it’s 2022 and those kind of things don’t happen anymore – or do they?

9:20AM Sun. Mar. 20, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Dog Days: The Chronicle’s Hair of the Three-Legged Dog Day Party Reminds Us That Music is Mankind’s Best Friend
Although I am not nearly young enough or active enough to attend a high number of the many great SXSW parties, I do feel that I can say with pretty solid confidence that the annual Austin Chronicle Hair of the Three-Legged Dog party is one of the best.

12:34PM Sat. Mar. 19, Gary Lindsey Read More | Comment »

The Best Music We Saw at SXSW on Friday
While for many on our tireless (okay actually very, very tired) music team, Friday was filled with the Chronicle’s wild day party at Hotel Vegas and witnessing Dolly Parton tell stories and sing timeless songs, we actually caught a shitload of music in between and after.

11:10AM Sat. Mar. 19, Thomas Fawcett, Julian Towers, Morgan-Taylor Thomas, Doug Freeman, David Brendan Hall, Michael Toland, Mars Salazar and Raoul Hernandez Read More | Comment »

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