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Phil Music
Music Story  November 6, 1998, by Michael Bertin
"...Perhaps the most accurate description of Larry Monroe lurks in what Monroe doesn't know about the moniker for his Phil Music program. Phil Music, one of Monroe's four regular shows on KUT, takes its name from the fictional host for the weekly Thursday program..."

Playback: Phil Anselmo's Housecore Horror
Phil Anselmo returns with Housecore Horror, Marc and Elijah Ford jam family style, and Keith Ferguson gets his inked in new book
Music Column  October 23, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"..."I didn't grow up wanting to be a musician," says the younger musician, who was raised in Orange County and relocated to Austin in 2009 while playing bass with Ryan Bingham. "But when I hit puberty, I realized how much power music had."..."

Housecore Horror Preview: Phil Anselmo
Pantera screamer dishes on horror, Danzig, and Superjoint
DAILY Music  October 24, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"...Pantera legend Phil Anselmo remains an expert on at least two disciplines: extreme music and horror films. Accordingly, the two intersect this weekend at his Housecore Horror Film Festival..."

Housecore Horror Majordomo – Phil Anselmo
Pantera/Down icon talks tape trading and terror
DAILY Music  October 24, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...All they would really do was dub you off a VHS and mail it to your house. That was very similar to tape trading and demo trading with music..."

Live Music to See This Weekend
Your cheat sheet for three days of fun
DAILY Music  July 28, 2017, by The Music Staff
"...Hitting the summer slumps? Try a sonic solution. Pack your Friday through Sunday with the music team's cherry-picked recommendations...."

Live Music to See This Weekend
Your game plan for the next three days
DAILY Music  June 23, 2017, by The Music Staff
"...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...."

Music Supervisor Thomas Vale
Next Big Things on the silver screen
DAILY Music  April 2, 2013, by William Harries Graham
"...I’ve discovered incredible music while watching TV and films...."

Housecore Horror Music Schedule
Full line-ups, plus one-day music passes available now
DAILY Music  August 12, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...It’s still nearly three months until Housecore Horror, the new fusion horror film/heavy metal festival from the twisted mind of Phil Anselmo, comes ripping, but Austin’s newest gathering of dark minds just unleashed its full music schedule...."

Playback: Waterloo Music Festival vs. Eastside Kings Festival
Austin music’s fall festival opens with a double-barrel bang
Music Column  September 6, 2018, by Kevin Curtin
"...Waterloo Music Festival, Friday 7-Sunday 9..."

SXSW Music List Four
Spoon, Kate Nash, Malcolm London, and 141 more added
DAILY Music  January 19, 2017, by Kevin Curtin
"...Since last fall, South by Southwest has parceled out its 2017 music lineup via sometimes massive lists revealing hundreds of performers. From here on out, the conference will release small batches every Friday..."

1999 SXSW Music Festival
Music Story  March 18, 1999
"...Guided by Voices GUIDED BY VOICES: It's a sad day in Austin when they tear down the Opera House. Like the Armadillo, the Opera House was sacred musical ground, and you need dig down only a layer or two to uncover one of the venue's last great stands: Guided by Voices, SXSW '96..."

Who Remembers Phil Ochs?
Letters at 3AM
Columns  August 15, 1997, by Michael Ventura
"...illustration by Jason Stout It isn't likely that any- one much under 40 thinks often of Phil Ochs. His music didn't sell, and he was most famous for songs that protested a war everyone wants to forget..."

SXSW Music Festival
Picks & Sleepers
Music Story  March 17, 2000
"...WALT WILKINS: Originally from Texas, Walt Wilkins has called Nashville home since 1994. An admired songwriter who has had songs cut by Ty Herndon, Pat Green, and Ricky Skaggs, Wilkins' debut Fire Honey & Angels is a varied collection of American musical styles, containing rich images, refined melodies, and top-notch musicianship..."

SXSW Music Festival
Picks & Sleepers
Music Story  March 17, 2000
"...THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO AUSTIN: A faith-filled congregation of some of Austin's leading gospel evangelists would be an evening well spent any time, but the reason behind this Ballroom revival makes it even worthier. Austin attorney Greg Atkins is spearheading a drive to open a non-church-affiliated gospel music venue downtown, and has convinced upwards of 15 local believers to issue the fundraising CD, The Gospel According to Austin..."

Music Recommended
SPIRITUALIZED/SUPERGRASS Electric Lounge, Friday 20/ Saturday 21
Music Story  October 20, 1995
"...Now with more creative control at Island, he's just released I Don't Know Why I Act This Way , a brilliant LP that pulses with the same genius guitarist-cum-songwriter savvy as Robbie Robertson, Daniel Lanois, and Adrien Belew. This will be a night of big, powerful music in a small, powerful room..."

Phil Aulie Working Hard With His Band
Postmarks  March 3, 2012
"...Phil Aulie was my closest friend and closest collaborator. He was an incredible musician, poet, actor, artist, and human being, and I feel your article perfectly captured the life and spirit of Phil, and did a wonderful job of refocusing the attention from the sadness of his death to a more hopeful and happy look at what he taught us in his life..."

1999 SXSW Music Festival
Music Story  March 18, 1999
"...LATINO RENDEZVOUS: Put together by the Texas Chapter of the Recording Academy, SXSW's annual Tejano showcase is always one of the premier events of the music conference. Javier Galvan y Fama kick it off this year with an international sound that emphasizes romantic ballads..."

Music Books
Music Story  May 27, 2005, by Jay Trachtenberg
"...Lesh writes plenty about his relationship with Jerry Garcia and his successful efforts to overcome years of alcoholism with the help of his wife, Jill. Lesh is at his best when articulating his unwavering belief that the Grateful Dead's ecstatic, exploratory music and its inherent spiritual communing can be an engine to transform human consciousness...."

99 Austin Acts at SXSW Music
Support the home team!
Music Story  March 8, 2018
"...16, Auditorium Shores, 7pm Second LP in two years for super indie Merge, Pile drove indie rock straight in a turnbuckle with the theatrical élan of front duo Sabrina Ellis and Andrew Cashen. Also the Sonny & Cher behind the equally electrifying Sweet Spirit, not only was the pair's "Disneyland on LSD" video among the Chronicle's highest viewed posts last year, A Giant Dog's Austin Music Award for Best Rock last month got retrieved by Ellis impersonator John Valley and Chronicle columnist Kevin Curtin subbing for bassist Graham Low..."

1999 SXSW Music Festival
Music Story  March 18, 1999
"...JOE ELY: When Ely finally won a Grammy last month as part of Los Super Seven, to many Texans it was long overdue. Ely is one of the true gods of Austin songwriters, a Lubbock native who plied his Panhandle poetry into some of the most visionary music ever to come from Texas..."

99 Luftballons (International Acts at SXSW Music)
South by Southwest by way of Sudan, Scotland, Colombia, and more
Music Story  March 8, 2018
"...Fri. 16, CU29, 11pm Club music for the masses of Guadalajara, Nacho Luquin and drummer Rodrigo di Vece drench heartbreak in the glitz and cheese of Eighties synths..."

Let the Music
Garage punk Orville Bateman Neeley III crosses over
Music Story  September 17, 2015, by Tim Stegall
"..."I grew up in a really privileged environment," says the 29-year-old born in Tulsa, Oklahoma. "My parents have also always been pretty supportive of my music..."

Tuesday SXSW Music Picks & Sleepers
Music Story  March 12, 2015
"...That said, no one's even sure Hitchhiker is real, other than the work with Korean boy band Shinee and singles like "11," baby babble atop diet Diplo bass. The music video currently sits at over 2 million views, with roughly 30,000 likes and dislikes..."

see. hear. speak. two: ColdTowne's festive three-way (on film, in music, and on stage)
ColdTowne presents the second edition of its own comedy festival, see. hear. speak.
Arts Story  January 19, 2007, by Robert Faires
"...speak. comedy festival, showcasing comedy on film, in music, and in live performance..."

ACL Music Festival Interviews
Music Story  September 23, 2005, by Jim Caligiuri
"...Last year Haynes also filled a guitar slot on tour with the Dead, a part he's also played with Phil Lesh and Friends. A lesser musician might have a difficult time keeping it all straight, but Haynes revels in it...."

SXSW Music Live: Richard Barone Presents Greenwich Village in the Sixties
Soft Boys, Youngbloods, Moby Grape, Brian Jones’ grandson, etc.
DAILY SXSW  March 18, 2017, by Jim Caligiuri
"...Musicians have documented their place of origin since minstrelsy was invented. Florida native Richard Barone moved to the Big Apple in time for punk and New Wave, and eventually settled into Greenwich Village in the lower part of New York City..."

SXSW Music: Jimi Hendrix Tribute
March 13, 2014. 26 photos.
PHOTO GALLERY  March 14, 2014

Solider of Fortune
Thin Lizzy's “Still Dangerous,” just ask its anchoring guitarist Scott Gorham.
DAILY Music  April 23, 2009, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Scott Gorham has lived in London since 1974, when the flamethrowing 23-year-old guitarist joined Thin Lizzy for its third album Night Life, a neon shard of electric R&B. Harmonizing with mercurial Scottish axe murderer Brian Robertson, the L.A.-born Gorham, the only Yank musician Lizzy embodiment Phil Lynott ever entrusted his band to – from ’74 all the way to their twilight’s last gleaming in 1983 – set into motion a dual-guitar roller coaster that will never cease to thrill the annals of rock...."

Marky Ramone defends the Ramones, Phil Spector.
DAILY Music  November 21, 2007, by Austin Powell
"...Basically we would go to places and we would see bands trying to sound like us opening up for us, 1-2-3-4 with the leather jackets and the jeans and the Converse sneakers, which you see everywhere now. We were very grateful and happy that we were at least laying some sort of groundwork for bands that just wanted to play music. OTR: The early Eighties brought a lot of change in the mainstream with the rise of MTV and New Wave..."

Heart and Soul
Lengthy Q&A with Huey Lewis
DAILY Music  October 25, 2011, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Huey Lewis & the News, who play the Long Center Wednesday, might be considered an 1980s phenomenon, but their frontman touches every level of the music business. We spoke for an hour, Lewis overflowing stories..."

The Bass Drum Heard 'Round the World
How the Roland TR-808 drum machine revolutionized music
Screens Story  March 12, 2015, by Dan Gentile
"...Alexander Dunn: This was the first example of what can only be compared to a music computer. That's why it was such a revolution..."

More Gore From Housecore Horror
New film fest adds more classics plus a locally lensed premiere
DAILY Screens  September 5, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...Austin's freshest (make that only) hybrid horror/metal festival has already announced its musical line-up, including headliners Gwar, Down and Goblin, so now it's time to fill out the film side of this mutant melding. Today, 14 more titles join opening night anthology The Profane Exhibit bloodying up the screen, with plenty more to come...."

10 Minutes with Warren Haynes
Gateway to the Allman Brothers, Grateful Dead, and Shawn Colvin
DAILY Music  February 17, 2016, by Jim Caligiuri
"...His main band of 22 years, Gov’t Mule, will be touring this year, but guitarist Warren Haynes has Phil Lesh & Friends and the Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration on his schedule as well. Friday, he arrives at Emo’s with his Ashes & Dust band, a largely acoustic ensemble bringing to life the music from his highly praised 2015 solo album of the same name...."

Tony Visconti Part 2 (The Encores)
DAILY Music  June 23, 2008, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Wrapping, I asked him if I could lob a couple more questions. Really, with someone of Visconti’s stature, you could elicit music history ‘til Elvis comes back for a snack, but that’s why last year he set his autobiography down in print..."

10 Minutes with the Alvin Brothers
How a near-death experience became a Big Bill Broonzy tribute
DAILY Music  August 7, 2014, by Jim Caligiuri
"...Austin Chronicle: I remember seeing the Blasters in the Eighties with R&B saxophone legend Lee Allen. You’ve always tried to bring musicians like that to people’s attention, and you’ve done it again with Big Bill Broonzy...."

Housecore Horror Live Shot No.3 – Day Two
Melvins, Gwar, Goatwhore, and Star & Dagger plunge in
DAILY Music  October 27, 2013, by Michael Toland
"...Given the band’s standard-issue deathcore, Hatebreed would’ve been a closer guess for inspiration. The singer has Jamey Jasta’s throat-ripping bark down cold, but the music shows little that might make DWT stand out...."

Playback: Charlie Pierce Burns It Down
Charlie Pierce, the Gibby Haynes of piano, speaks out; Sweet Spirit serenades Spoon in a tour diary excerpt; and Phil Anselmo says maybe next year for a Housecore Horror ATX return
Music Column  May 28, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...With long, dark hair that signals his Native American heritage, he looks like the Butthole Surfers' Gibby Haynes with better dental coverage. In 2012, Pierce relocated his family to Austin and has since transitioned from being an educator to a full-time musician, tickling keys in barrooms and honky-tonks nightly...."

Grand Theft Parsons
This film version of the legend of Gram Parsons’ missing body lacks soul.
Film Review  August 20, 2004, by Kimberley Jones
"...From the "You Can’t Make This Stuff Up, Folks" files comes this take on how Gram Parsons’ body went missing and reappeared a few days later in the desert, half-cremated. For the uninitiated, Parsons was a Seventies country cult hero, member of the Flying Burrito Brothers and the Byrds, pals with the Rolling Stones and Emmylou Harris, and the granddaddy of the movement (though Parsons himself chafed at categorization; his proposed designation, "American cosmic music," never caught on)..."

Edgar Rice Burroughs' Ape Man has inspired nearly 50 movies over the years, testament enough to the enduring attachment we have to the story's intrinsic conflict between civilization and nature,...
Film Review  June 18, 1999, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Most surprising are the songs by Phil Collins. Unlike the usual Disney sing-alongs, the rock drummer's music is used primarily as an effective bridge between sequences..."

Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams: Ramble On
Levon Helm acolytes open for and perform with Jackson Browne tonight
DAILY Music  October 21, 2015, by Jim Caligiuri
"...Earlier this year, Campbell and Williams released a self-titled duo album. Given their musical pedigree, it’s filled with a rangy brand of folk and roots music..."

Playback: Blue Friday, Blue Sunday
Grim Reaper has its way with Austin: Larry Monroe, Charlie Hatchett, Steven Fromholz, and more
Music Column  January 24, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"...The last week has wreaked heartache on Austin music fans. Friday, beloved local deejay Larry Monroe stopped breathing unexpectedly..."

The Cult of Pitchfork
How former record-store clerks and obsessive music nerds turned a Web site into a hit machine
Music Story  August 4, 2006, by Audra Schroeder
"...There's never an excuse, in 2006, for men to wear tiny gym shorts in public, even in blistering, dead-of-summer heat. But there they were: grown men dressed like extras from Meatballs and women dressed in spandex and Olivia Newton-John headbands milling about, pawing records, throwing out obscure band names, and talking about their "early stuff." This is Chicago's Union Park, where thousands of fans have converged for the Pitchfork Music Festival..."

Housecore Horror Gets Loud
Music lineup confirms Ansemlo and Goblin double headers
DAILY Music  June 7, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...He’s not the only fan going out of his way for Goblin. Seattle-based black metal experimentalists blackQueen practically begged to be onstage with their musical heroes..."

Off the Record
The sound of music at the 2008 SXSW Film Conference, Barack Obama boogies back to Texas with Ray Benson and Asleep at the Wheel, and Bubble Recording sports a diamond
Music Column  February 29, 2008, by Austin Powell
"...On less than a day's notice, Asleep at the Wheel's Ray Benson rallied his troops – Joe Ely and Carolyn Wonderland among them – for a private benefit last Thursday at the Austin Music Hall for Sen. Barack Obama, who joined in for a chorus of "Boogie Back to Texas." It wasn't the first time Benson performed for the presidential hopeful either..."

Thursday Showcase Picks
SXSW Music Fest preview guide
Music Story  March 16, 2007
"...9pm, 18th Floor @ the Hilton Red House Records keeps the flame when it comes to contemporary acoustic music. That leaves a wide swathe of genres to cut through, and the label is up for the challenge this year with a small but lush crop of artists..."

You Won't Hear That on Commercial Radio
Music Story  November 6, 1998, by Jay Hardwig
"...Dan Foster, Ed Miller, and Sue Fawver split slots on Folkways, the Saturday morning pick-n-grin program that enjoys enormous audience support. Louis Harrison's American Pop, 2-4pm, Sundays, is an erudite blend of history and song from the strings-horns-and-a-golden-voice era of popular music, while Teresa Ferguson's Femme FM on Saturday nights features a motley chorus of women's voices from Ma Rainey to the Spice Girls (well, maybe not the Spice Girls)..."

One, Two, Tres, Cuatro: I Heart Austin
Austin's music scene takes another heart-punch after the murder of Esme Barrera
Music Column  January 13, 2012, by Margaret Moser
"...Those positions say as much about who she was as the painful outpouring of grief from the community. See Music Listings for a partial list of benefits for the Barrera family..."

20 Feet From Stardom
This film is an extended hosanna to an undersung artist, the backup singer, and what a joyful noise it makes.
Film Review  July 5, 2013, by Kimberley Jones
"...20 Feet From Stardom is an extended hosanna to an undersung artist, the backup singer, and what a joyful noise it makes. To chart the creative contributions of so-often-anonymous session vocalists, filmmaker Morgan Neville – a longtime music-doc director (his CV includes television biographies of Hank Williams, Muddy Waters, Johnny Cash, and Stax Records) – samples six decades of American pop-music history: from doo-wop and girl groups, Ray Charles’ Raelettes and producer Phil Spector’s Wall of Sound, to the politically charged, nitty-gritty rock & roll years and on into the age of Auto-Tune, where demand for backup singers has waned considerably...."

Housecore Horror Live Shot No.4 – Grand Finale
Goblins spook life into a long last day of extremes
DAILY Music  October 28, 2013, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Meee! “I know it’s Sunday,” rasped Housecore Horror head Phil Anselmo five hours later. “Everybody’s fucking fried.” After a 12-hour siege on the final day of the film and music festival, I’m the walking dead...."

Don't Take Me for a Loser
Tracking Irish firebrand guitarist Gary Moore (1952-2011).
DAILY Music  February 9, 2011, by Raoul Hernandez
"...That Moore now cements a sophomore spot on skinny Lizzy's almuni roll call speaks to his musical touchstones rather than mere lazy citation. Beyond that one magic Skid Row 45, “New Places, Old Faces” b/w “Misdemeanour Dream Felicity” (readily found on CD) – lighting Lynott’s career while also launching the 16-year-old Moore’s professional standing – the pair’s collaborations remain rock music for the ages..."

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