Monday 28 Jul 2014

All posts tagged music

Sloth Monard

Introducing: Sloth Monad

Texas native Sloth Monad truly is a diamond in the rough. As a DJ, Sloth knows how to mix his Genres and during his live set I caught in Austin Texas he grabbed my attention as I was walking the streets. A […]

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New Hot Now: Lorde

 With blues inspired vocals Lorde's music is the perfect mix of ambiance and vocals to make you sit up and listen. A girl in her teens from New

New Hot Now: Until The Ribbon Breaks

Straight from Cardiff Until The Ribbon Breaks brings back the mix-tape with his use of samples and lyrics. His recent video 'Pressure' features edits from the David Lynch

The Hanna Barbarians

The Hanna Barbarians Interview

Straight out of Texas and rocking hard, The Hanna Barbarians mix rockabilly with psychedelics in a way only southern boys could create. I sent a few questions to

Elbow ‘First Steps’

If you know me it is a fact that I am a HUGE Elbow fan. As such when it was announced that the band would compose the theme

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King Me

O Conquer could easily be chunked with any other mellow alt rock band in Austin. So why am I writing about an album that will not see the

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Calliope Musicals A Debut Album That Gives Back

Calliope Musicals debut record, "Magic Militia" will be sold by homeless people in a campaign by the band to give back to the Austin community. The album was

Waldo & The Naturals

I recently sat down with Waldo & The Naturals before a show at 502 Bar, and we discussed music, Austin and what it's like to be an independent

Fire Fest Austin

Fire Fest Austin

The great thing about living next to the music capitol of the world is that every week live music is playing all around the city. This weekend I

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Austin City Limits Guide Part I

With the announcement of ACL this week, I wanted to give everyone a quick rundown what to expect from this year's festival. First tickets might already be gone but