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Vanilla Ice Cancels Austin Show After Blowback
Vanilla Ice Cancels Austin Show After Blowback
“I didn’t know the numbers were so crazy in Austin”

Kevin Curtin, July 2, 2020

Colombian Folkloric Post-Punks Nemegata Drop Four-Star Debut
Colombian Folkloric Post-Punks Nemegata Drop Four-Star Debut
Local trio finds the fire of the jaguar

Thomas Fawcett, July 2, 2020

Nemegata Album Review
Nemegata Album Review
Hycha Wy

Raoul Hernandez, July 2, 2020

New Austin Music Worth Your Bandwidth This Week
New Austin Music Worth Your Bandwidth This Week
Our favorite albums, videos, and performances

Raoul Hernandez, July 2, 2020

Faster Than Sound: New Cocktail Lounge Takes Over Ex-Sidewinder Space
Faster Than Sound: New Cocktail Lounge Takes Over Ex-Sidewinder Space
Run by former Scoot Inn and Longbranch owner James Stockbauer, Birdie Num Nums maintains the outdoor stage.

Rachel Rascoe, July 2, 2020

In Austin, Where Nearly All Concerts are Canceled, Vanilla Ice Set to Perform Friday
In Austin, Where Nearly All Concerts are Canceled, Vanilla Ice Set to Perform Friday
Relive the Nineties, “When we didn’t have coronavirus!”

Kevin Curtin, July 1, 2020

ACL Festival Cancels 2020 Event
ACL Festival Cancels 2020 Event
Citing safety concerns, organizers look forward to 2021

Kevin Curtin, July 1, 2020

Miss Lavelle White Says “Keep Your Mask On”
Miss Lavelle White Says “Keep Your Mask On”
“Please, do it for me!” implores veteran R&B vocalist

Kevin Curtin, June 30, 2020

Checking In: Shirley Zhu Gives A Fuvk
Shirley Zhu Gives A Fuvk
Hermitude has its advantages for Bandcamp introverts

Raoul Hernandez, June 30, 2020

Checking In: The Teeta Chills
The Teeta Chills
Preeminent ATX rapper stays productive in downtime

Raoul Hernandez, June 29, 2020

Watch: Trouble in the Streets’ Desert Dystopia
Watch: Trouble in the Streets’ Desert Dystopia
View West Texas post-apocalypse on new “Mad Science” vid

Rachel Rascoe, June 29, 2020

Tejano Innovator Manuel “Cowboy” Donley Passes at 92
Tejano Innovator Manuel “Cowboy” Donley Passes at 92
“We took romantic boleros and put in an orchestra background”

Kevin Curtin, June 28, 2020

Willie Nelson’s 4th of July Picnic Goes Virtual
Willie Nelson’s 4th of July Picnic Goes Virtual
Pay-per-view concert feat. Willie, Kurt Vile, John Doe, Margo Price

Kevin Curtin, June 26, 2020

Khruangbin Slows It Down Houston-Style
Khruangbin Slows It Down Houston-Style
New album continues trio’s international success

Thomas Fawcett, June 26, 2020

Vocalist and Producer Malik Explores Emotion Through Color
Vocalist and Producer Malik Explores Emotion Through Color
Grammy accredited Austinite compartmentalizes himself on the inner-facing Spectrum

Kevin Curtin, June 25, 2020

New Austin Music Worth Your Bandwidth This Week
New Austin Music Worth Your Bandwidth This Week
Here are the sounds we’re consuming

Raoul Hernandez, June 25, 2020

Faster Than Sound: Clarence James Finds Clarity Post-Breakup on Debut
Faster Than Sound: Clarence James Finds Clarity Post-Breakup on Debut
Following high school breakout, 20-year-old Georgetown crooner sticks a jazzy bedroom pop debut.

Rachel Rascoe, June 25, 2020

Checking In: The Saving Graces of Sarah Jarosz
The Saving Graces of Sarah Jarosz
Texan roots muse sings of Cedar trees, Bay towns, wilderness

Raoul Hernandez, June 24, 2020

Checking In: <i>Pa’lante</i> Superfónicos
Pa’lante Superfónicos
Afro-Latin fusionist weighs in on the whole arepa

Raoul Hernandez, June 23, 2020

The Case for a Cancellation Agent
The Case for a Cancellation Agent
Let me clear your calendar professionally

Kevin Curtin, June 23, 2020

Checking In: J Soulja Recalibrates
J Soulja Recalibrates
Native ATX MC eases into summer with steamy street reality

Raoul Hernandez, June 22, 2020

Checking In: Kalu James Brews Up Some Strong Juju
Kalu James Brews Up Some Strong Juju
And soothes us through the valley of the shadows of death

Raoul Hernandez, June 19, 2020

Austin Musicians of Color Talk About the Pandemic's Outsized Impact on Their Communities
Austin Musicians of Color Talk About the Pandemic's Outsized Impact on Their Communities
COVID-19 extends into all realities of Austin's pervasive inequality

Kahron Spearman, June 18, 2020

Faster Than Sound: Austin Music Venues Are Out of Money
Faster Than Sound: Austin Music Venues Are Out of Money
Following last week’s Barracuda closure, a domino effect will continue without emergency city funding

Rachel Rascoe, June 18, 2020

New Austin Music Worth Your Bandwidth This Week
New Austin Music Worth Your Bandwidth This Week
Here's what we're listening to

Doug Freeman, June 18, 2020

ACL Live Postpones Fourth of July Concert Days After Announcement
ACL Live Postpones Fourth of July Concert Days After Announcement
Five-stage fest called off as Austin moves into Stage 4 Alert

Kevin Curtin, June 17, 2020

Checking In: Rosie Flores Restarts Her Book
Rosie Flores Restarts Her Book
Request Austin’s rockabilly royalty on Sirius today!

Raoul Hernandez, June 16, 2020

ACL Live Reopens With Fourth of July Festival
ACL Live Reopens With Fourth of July Festival
Brownout, Jackie Venson, and Walker Lukens headline

Kevin Curtin, June 15, 2020

Checking In: Bridge Farmers Sustain Sonic Possession
Bridge Farmers Sustain Sonic Possession
ATX power triangulation bides its time

Raoul Hernandez, June 15, 2020

Black Fret Wants to Pay You $500 to Play for Workers on Zoom
Black Fret Wants to Pay You $500 to Play for Workers on Zoom
Nonprofit reimagines the corporate gig in the age of COVID-19

Kevin Curtin, June 12, 2020

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