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DC Features Daniel Johnston’s Artwork on Upcoming Batman Comic
Following last months’ unveiling of a tribute mural on West Seventh Street, DC Comics offers its own celebration of the late Austin artist Daniel Johnston.

1:15PM Mon. Feb. 14, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

Texas Heritage Songwriters HoF Returns to Honor Lefty, Lightnin’, Griffith, and James
“This was the last show we did before COVID hit,” acknowledged Ronnie Dunn at the outset of the Texas Heritage Songwriters’ Association Hall of Fame show. With seating at the Paramount still spaced out, the air was informal and celebratory among the all-stars onstage to honor this year’s inductees.

1:00PM Mon. Feb. 14, Doug Freeman Read More | Comment »

Angelo Moore & More
It’s below freezing on a Thursday and Austin's having its annual one day of true winter weather, which wouldn’t be a huge deal were it not for the uncharacteristic two weeks of winter weather that brought life here to a halt last year. Caught off guard once, few are taking chances this time around.

9:45AM Mon. Feb. 14, Gary Lindsey Read More | Comment »

Listen to This: Rod Gator covers Britney Spears’ “Everytime”
Rod Gator continues to defy expectations of the southern rock songwriter mold, today releasing a cover of Britney Spears 2003 single “Everytime” – a particularly vulnerable piano ballad for the pop star.

1:30PM Fri. Feb. 11, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Spoon’s Britt Daniel confronts Lucifer on the Sofa
The 2022 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction nominees were announced last week. Spoon, which released its debut album, Telephono, way back in 1996, didn’t make the cut.

9:00AM Fri. Feb. 11, Austin Powell Read More | Comment »

Oblivion Access Adds Danny Brown, Grouper, Death Grips’ Andy Morin and More
After two years away, heavy metal and experimental specialists Oblivion Access return to Downtown Austin May 12-15.

11:25AM Thu. Feb. 10, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

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A New Parish Set to Open in Former North Door Location
Okay, follow me here: a familiar name, in a different long-standing room, operated by two separate independent local concert promotion entities, but a whole new concept. The venue at 501 Brushy, which used to be the North Door, is now Parish – run by Heard and Resound Presents.

8:00AM Thu. Feb. 10, Kevin Curtin and Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

Watch This: Mélat Delivers “The Lesson” on Love
With Valentine’s Day less than a week away, it’s the perfect time to ruminate on the almighty and ever-illogical power of love. Modern R&B showstopper Mélat did just that with her pure and graceful 2021 single “The Lesson,” in which she opines: “Love don’t care about your reasoning.”

10:00AM Tue. Feb. 8, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Tool Returns to Texas with the Antidote for Fear
COVID, it seems, has proved no match for the mighty Tool.

9:00AM Fri. Feb. 4, David Brendan Hall Read More | Comment »

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