Daily Music
ACL Live Review: Raven Lenae
Ethereal is a cliche, but 19-year-old neo-soulstress Ravyn Lenae Washington is Chicago’s braided pixie goddess.

9:10AM Sat. Oct. 6, Clara Wang Read More | Comment »

ACL Live Review: Natalie Prass
Natalie Prass wouldn’t stop calling the crowd beautiful.

9:00AM Sat. Oct. 6, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

Utopia Fest Relocates to Reveille Peak Ranch
One month before gates are scheduled to open, Utopia Fest organizers have relocated the music and camping event from the previously announced Down in the Oaks property to the Reveille Peak Ranch – also in Burnet County.

3:35PM Wed. Oct. 3, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Jazz Great John Scofield Endures
John Scofield’s four-decade-plus career encompasses nearly every guitar style without blurring the jazz core of his oeuvre. Chet Baker, Miles Davis, Medeski Martin & Wood all figure prominently. Combo 66 – Gerald Clayton (k), Vicente Archer (b), and Bill Stewart (d) – anchors his first local gig since a 2005 Antone’s stop-in. Catch them Friday at Mohawk.

1:00PM Wed. Oct. 3, Michael Toland Read More | Comment »

The Science Behind the Scientists
Perth post-punks the Scientists skirted commercial success in their original 1979-1987 run, but Kim Salmon and crew became a seminal influence on fellow Aussie iconoclasts the Drones, Seattle grunge pioneers Mudhoney, and a whole slew of Lower Eastside New Yorkers. The frontman called from Melbourne ahead of a Friday/Saturday night stand at Beerland.

10:00AM Wed. Oct. 3, Michael Toland Read More | Comment »

Robert Plant Carries Fire
Carry Fire, Robert Plant’s 11th solo album since 1982, gifts mankind a life-giving force. When the Led Zeppelin singer delivered its title track Monday night at the Moody Theater, he caressed the air in front of the microphone as if cupping that which separates man from beast. The deity brought it, too.

8:35AM Tue. Oct. 2, Raoul Hernandez Read More | Comment »

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Indoor Creature: Hot AF
Sweat covered Caleb Fleischer when he wrote “Hot AF.” For starters, Indoor Creature’s singer and key-pusher found himself in a period of existential reflection at that juncture: the dissolution of relationship, his family moving out of his childhood home, and his final semester of college.

11:45AM Mon. Oct. 1, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Beto & Willie Rally the Resistance
“To anyone visiting Austin, I say welcome home,” Mayor Steve Adler shouted to the gargantuan crowd amassing at Auditorium Shores for Saturday night’s Beto O’Rourke rally.

11:47AM Sun. Sep. 30, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Live Music Recommendations for the Weekend
ACL season always pushes a gust of great acts through town and this year is no different. MC50, Jay Rock, the Growlers, and more stop by before next weekend's festivities.

4:15PM Thu. Sep. 27, The Music Staff Read More | Comment »

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