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Euphoria’s Urban Upsurge
Saturday at Carson Creek Ranch, during the third of Euphoria Fest’s four nights there, Young Thug – on a stage resembling a neo-pagan fusion of a weed leaf and a wolf face with blinking human eyes – demanded to know why Austin wasn’t “turnt up” enough.

12:05PM Mon. Apr. 10, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Q&A: Henry Threadgill
Henry Threadgill makes an ultra-rare Austin appearance this weekend. The Chicago-born, New York City-stationed composer, flutist, and sax player appears at UT’s Music Recital Hall on Friday for a workshop and Q&A, then performs with his ensemble Zooid, Saturday at the Scottish Rite Theater.

9:00AM Thu. Apr. 6, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Hot Luck Announces Musical Talent, More Chefs
When the team behind the new festival first announced Hot Luck, we suspected that it would be a hot ticket. After this morning’s announcement of additional chefs, a brunch series, and musical acts, Aaron Franklin, James Moody, and Mike Thelin’s inaugural shindig has become the dictionary definition of extra.

10:00AM Tue. Apr. 4, Brandon Watson Read More | Comment »

Float Fest Lineup Makes Landfall
A novel concept to combat the rising mercury that divides central Texas music festivals into spring and fall events, Float Fest cools you down in the San Marcos river then heats you up with live music. German EDM giant Zedd, nerd rock godheads Weezer, indie wild bunch Cage the Elephant, and Pittsburgh MC Mac Miller highlight a buoyant bill.

9:00AM Tue. Apr. 4, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Slack Capital 2 Breaks Out Go Fever
Compilations are the Chinese lunch buffets of albums. They’re inexpensive, brimming with variety, and filling. Plus, if you don’t like them, you’re a snob.

11:59AM Mon. Apr. 3, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Pink Elephant Puts Black LGBTQ Artists Center Stage
The nation’s largest queer hip-hop music festival, Pink Elephant, returns to Austin this weekend to celebrate LGBTQ and POC artists. Founded by Japan aka Rashaud Hill – creator of rap group QURE – the second annual QTPOC music fest will feature 25 artists including some of the most prominent LGBTQ hip-hop, R&B, and rap performers in the country.

12:00PM Fri. Mar. 31, Courtney Naquin Read More | Comment »

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Guy Clark Biographer Tamara Saviano
Without Getting Killed or Caught, Tamara Saviano’s biography of Guy Clark, who died last May, cemented the Texan’s legacy while exploring the intimate triangle of the subject, his wife Susanna, and Townes Van Zandt. April 7, the Texas Heritage Songwriters’ Association honors Saviano and tributes Clark with an all-star hootennany at the Paramount.

9:00AM Thu. Mar. 30, Doug Freeman Read More | Comment »

Bryan Ferry Enslaves the Moody
When one of the gods hasn’t played Austin in practical memory recall, their powering up at a beloved venue such as ACL Live at the Moody Theater is pyrotechnic. Boom! Bryan Ferry inside the crown jewel of local concert halls on Wednesday night left everyone flush and not a single soul singed.

10:25AM Thu. Mar. 23, Raoul Hernandez Read More | Comment »

Malik Posts Second Awakening Clip
Kicking off Austin’s annual March madness with a video for “Alone,” local rapper/producer Malik now bookends the month by dropping visuals for “Kaa’s Song,” one of the bouncier affairs off his masterful second album, The Awakening (II).

3:00PM Wed. Mar. 22, Kahron Spearman Read More | Comment »

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