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Live Music to See This Weekend
Embrace the sonic powers of summer starting tonight with this live music matrix decoding. To help winnow down the hordes of local concert listings, we’ve flagged a few of our favorites.

2:00PM Fri. Jun. 23, The Music Staff Read More | Comment »

Hot Summer Nights Bands List Drop
Just as collective midsummer doldrums begin to settle in, local clubs have planned some activities for local music fanatics. On the horizon looms summer free week – well, more like a long weekend. July 13-16, a total of 10 Red River venues will nix cover charges for a live series dubbed Hot Summer Nights.

8:00AM Thu. Jun. 22, Victoria Mycue Read More | Comment »

Aldous Harding’s Enormous Voice
Aldous Harding doesn’t seem of this world. She took to Mohawk’s inside stage a little after 11pm Monday dressed entirely in white – from her sneakers to the way her eyes rolled in the back of her head. The New Zealand singer hunched forward, fingers nimble on her electric guitar, and immediately hushed the full room with wartime ache “Swell Does the Skull.”

11:00AM Tue. Jun. 20, Libby Webster Read More | Comment »

Sound on Sound Fest Pops!
Iggy Pop performing at a renaissance fairground …. You don’t have to promise much more than that to get us driving 35 miles east of Austin to Sound on Sound Fest, held in McDade on the weekend of Nov. 10-12.

10:00AM Tue. Jun. 20, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

The Revolution’s Closing Remarks
“It’s not about us,” insisted Wendy Melvoin at the Revolution’s performance on Saturday inside ACL Live at the Moody Theater. “We’re just the band.”

4:20PM Mon. Jun. 19, Alejandra Ramirez Read More | Comment »

Live Music to See This Weekend
Not sure if you heard, but Austin is the Live Music Capital of the World. As such, there are scads of auditory options at any given time. Here's a little guidance to help you through your weekend.

2:45PM Fri. Jun. 16, The Music Staff Read More | Comment »

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Mayor Weighs in on Delayed Policy
Following appeals for postponement from music advocacy groups who complained that the latest Agent of Change and Outdoor Music Venue permit legislation contained substantial and unexpected rewrites to the City’s Sound Ordinance, the policy has been removed from the June 15 City Council agenda and put on hold indefinitely.

10:30AM Thu. Jun. 15, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Anastasia’s One of a Kind
Homegrown rapper/singer Anastasia released visuals for the lead, eponymous single from her recent EP, Born to Love You, a project she calls “a blend of clever lyrics and rich harmonies over 808-driven, trap-style beats.”

12:30PM Tue. Jun. 13, Kahron Spearman Read More | Comment »

Anastasia’s One of a Kind
Decoding the Sound on Sound Leak
Sound on Sound Fest returns to Sherwood Forest Nov. 10-12 for its second year of music, comedy, and medieval vibes. The lineup drops next week, but the fest released a video this morning with three reveals.

2:15PM Mon. Jun. 12, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

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