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SXSW Music: Second List
243 + 171 = as many acts as the last two ATX fests combined
DAILY Music  November 18, 2014, by Chase Hoffberger
"...This morning, the Music festival offered a second batch of showcasing acts – 243 to be exact. Combined with last month’s initial reveal, that pushes the total number of confirmations over 400 for the March 17-22 mania...."

Music Recommended
Charlie Hunter Trio
  August 4, 1995
"...Headlining are the Fuck Emos, who push their designer drug of the afflicted (downers, of course) in heavy doses of mind-bending lumber-groove. Supporting are a couple of bands from Chicago's Skin Graft label: The windy city's Mount Shasta have been through before with their screaming and raved-up guitars, while Space Streakings are four "totally-wired" crazies from Japan, who subvert cartoon mania into high-tech chaos..."

Playback: ACL Mania
The ACL zeitgeist in review
Music Column  October 19, 2012, by Kevin Curtin
"...Astonishing as it was, the time came for me to turn around and run to the other side of the park. I looked like a maniac, jumping over blankets, dashing in front of the Porta Potties, and sprinting through an onslaught of sandal-wearing drunk dudes, but the loudening of Neil Young's eternal voice and the big crunch of Crazy Horse's amps carried me on...."

ACL Music Fest Sunday Interviews
Kate Pierson's inner bongo mania
Music Story  September 25, 2009, by Margaret Moser
"...The band used to grumble that, 'All they talk about is hair and don't take us seriously,' but I've realized that what this band does the best is let loose and let people's freak flag fly. Let that inner bongo mania out!"..."

Saturday's Metal Mania
Saturday's metal SXSW picks.
DAILY Music  March 17, 2007, by Austin Powell


Everything Must Go
Tower's last hours
Music Story  June 25, 2004, by Matt Dentler
"...This stab at finding a specific audience has made Music Mania (3909-D N. I-35) a success story after 15 years in Austin..."

Touched With Fire
Two manic-depressive poets meet in group therapy and fall in love
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Film Review  February 19, 2016, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Love and creativity rarely come easily, but when interlaced with bipolar disorder these passions become infinitely more complicated. Touched With Fire tells the story of two young bipolar poets, Carla (Holmes) and Marco (Kirby), who meet in group therapy, fuel each other’s mania, fall in love, and further their relationship in the world beyond the boundaries of the mental institution where they met..."

Playback: Endtroducing
Record Store Day: Don't forget the actual record store, America's 'musical town square'
Music Column  April 20, 2012, by Kevin Curtin
"...Kunz, owner of Waterloo Records. Experience one on April 21, and come back often. MusicMania Relocates Slightly..."

Lust for Life
The 2015/16 Austin Music Awards' bedrock mania
Music Story  March 10, 2016, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Blues' local bad boys arrived mostly too late for the Eastside's Chitlin Circuit even while hauling its bedrock mania back across the railroad tracks to the still dirty heart of Sixth Street. Surface-wise, their counterpart punks represented a spontaneous, anti-mainstream alternative to such musical patriarchy, only their hardcore funk accents grew from the same root source their greater movement sought to overthrow..."

Alvin and the Chipmunks
What's it all about, Alvin? This by-the-numbers attempt at a chipmunk revival is not bright-eyed and bushy-tailed.
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Film Review  December 14, 2007, by Marc Savlov
"...Show's Cross is a duplicitous record mogul, who plays nice with Dave while conniving behind his back (boo!), and Richardson is the mutant-model-photographer-chick-thing Dave's all gooey on. Will true love prevail? Will Dave grow a backbone (and some real songwriting talent)? And most important, will Alvin, Simon, and Theodore survive this bland new form of chipmunk mania? They shoot rodents, don't they?..."

The Return of ... the Cassette
The Walkman revolutionized portable music. Can their fodder – cassettes – jump the shark?
Music Story  August 30, 2013, by Tim Stegall
"...And what of the mixtape, the Eighties cassette version of what are now playlists. MusicMania's Bernard Vasek hasn't seen hip-hop return mixtapes to tape...."

Steel Bluebonnet Determination
Robin Shivers, founder of HAAM, worked behind the scenes, and yet was one of the Austin music scene's most important faces
Music Story  November 27, 2009, by Margaret Moser
"...It was the club employees, roadies, agents, and other crucial cogs in the machine that weren't getting grease. She watched as benefits became monthly then weekly events, and then turned into a kind of benefit mania, sometimes with several in a week...."

Love Walks In
The first Rockrgrl Music Conference gets a blessing from Seattle's rain goddess.
Music Story  November 24, 2000, by Margaret Moser
"...Conference mania infected corporations in the Nineties, and was epidemic in the music industry like a bad rash. Most of them were one- or two-time events too specific or regionally limited to be successful..."

Cover Up: The Fun Fun Fun Fest Files
Front page stars of the 'Chronicle,' from Black Angels to Ume
DAILY Music  July 14, 2012
"..."When we first started, I don't think either of us had any expectations at all," says singer/guitarist/drummer Conrad Keely nine days earlier, as he and Trail of Dead co-founder Reece relax among the Japanese lanterns and rusted patio furniture of campus-area coffee den Spider House. The clicking laptops and hum of hipster conversation are light-years away from the Midtown mania surrounding Letterman's Ed Sullivan Theater. – The Mob House Rules: … And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead use their inside voices on 'Worlds Apart' by Christopher Gray, Jan..."

TCB
All the hip-hop that fits in ATX.
Music Column  September 5, 2003, by Christopher Gray


TCB
Hepatitis C and the damage done.
Music Column  June 20, 2003, by Christopher Gray
"..."A big guy, but just a real sweetheart. You couldn't help liking him." Ragle worked at a number of other local record shops, including Sound Warehouse, Music Mania, and most recently, Antone's Records..."

Slouching Toward Happy Hour
East Sixth & Thereabouts
Food Story  March 18, 1999
"...Sports lovers who want to catch a bit of March Madness during this week's SXSW music mania should check out the District Bar and Grill 4-8pm weekdays. Its happy hour prices include $2.50 well drinks, margaritas, and Bloody Marys, and $2.25 domestic bottled beers..."

Dancing About Architecture
Music Column  August 29, 1997, by Ken Lieck
"...In-stores are a'poppin' this week, with Music Mania bringing in K.B. & Li'l Flea from Street Military to sign autographs this Saturday at 2pm..."

Dancing About Architecture
Not Really From L.A.
Music Column  November 17, 1995
"...Price is seen here with Rather and family, wisely keeping Rather's daughter Robin between him and her to avoid any possibility of scandal... In-store performances and appearances this week include rappers Aggravated at Music Mania on Friday at 5pm (just signing autographs, not performing), and Ponty Bone playing a set there Saturday at 3pm..."

Dancing About Architecture
Lollapalosers and Winners
Music Column  July 28, 1995, by Ken Lieck
"...Go... Some in-stores: El Flaco is at Tower Records this Friday at 4pm, while Santiago Jimenez, Jr., plays at Music Mania this Saturday at 3pm..."

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