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Post Stellar Stubb’s Performance, Culture Wars is now a SXSW Must See


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Culture Wars left Austin in want after their Stubb’s performance this past Thursday with The Lagoons. The concert was a brilliant display of rock & roll that held the audience captive within the unusual sound and stage presence of Culture Wars. If their SXSW performance is going to be anything like their Thursday night’s show, you, as a music lover, are obligated to see them.

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Hooka Hey Releases New Music Video for Latest Single “Herlock”

Hooka Hey is back and better than ever with their new single Herlock. This marks the band’s first release since their 2015 EP– Untamed. If you haven’t heard about these local rockers, they’re known for their ominous and smoky jams that just know how to get your attention. Herlock is no exception, the song is driven by an unforgettable riff that is sure to get your heart pulsating. Hooka Hey has also just released a new music video for the single that is as thought-provoking as it is haunting. Herlock is the first release from their upcoming album War Cry that will be released in May.

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Shivery Shakes’ Upcoming Sophomore Album

If Shivery Shakes’ first album Three Waves and a Shake is any indication, the future is bright for this up and coming band. “Recurring Dreams“, the first song off the album, really sets the tone; the opening riff and whistle immediately paints a charming sonic picture. Airy guitar riffs match perfectly with the rhythmic drum beats to really bring the song to life. Each song brings a refreshing feeling almost like a warm day at the beach. What will Shivery Shakes have in store for their next creative venture? Read on to find out more.

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Cue the Sun! Inspires with new EP, “Dreams”

Cue the Sun!, Austin’s up and coming alternative pop band, has made quite an entrance into the music scene. Released on February 2nd, their EP, Dreams, boasts heartwarming lyrical integrity, clean harmonies, catchy synths, and powerful melodies that channel an almost nostalgic boyband feel (think The 1975 meets Owl City meets Walk the Moon).

Having previously released their hit single “Your Love“, in 2017, Cue the Sun! is looking to develop their sound and obtain greater exposure; and I can honestly say, the band did just that.

The album seamlessly encapsulates all the nuances of pop while maintaining a distinctive edginess that allows the band to grow with the unpredictability of the music scene. Aside from a well-produced EP, the most important concept that Cue the Sun!, Ryan White and Josh Holder, want to portray is the love and appreciation they have towards their fans.

This EP is dedicated to YOU. This listener. Chase your dreams, fall in love, walk through trials, come out stronger” – (Cue the Sun!).

Cue the Sun! genuinely want you to channel your best self while listening to their music, a reality that in today’s ephemeral, materialistic society is almost obsolete.

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The Digital Wild Returns to Empire Control Room & Garage

The Digital Wild are returning to the Austin, TX music scene on March 3rd at Empire Control Room & Garage in the effervescent company of an incredible local line-up featuring Shy Beast, Carry Illinois, and MIDDLESPOON.
The Digital Wild recently released their latest EP Tall As Trees this past April, 2017; with a broad spectrum of genre-bending talent, the album featured soulful and divergent waves of electronic pop, indie synth-rock, and emotionally revealing lyricism. It has been a minute since they were present within the venue scene of ATX as a band whole, and we are welcoming them back with open arms and hungry hearts in anticipation for whatever it is they have new and fresh to deliver to their fans.

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Culture Wars Interview


The Austin-based trio features lead vocalist Alex Dugan, Mic Vredenburgh on guitar and electronics, and David Grayson on drums. The buzz on Culture Wars has been building since the release of their self-titled EP which debuted on Earmilk. Lead single “Money (Gimmie, Gimmie)” premiered on PopMatters, and Culture Wars was also featured in Apple Music’s “Breaking Alternative” and “Breaking Rock” official playlists. They will be making their debut at SXSW 2018 in March. Read on for this interview!

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Austin’s Prodigal Synth Band, SURVIVE, is Going Psycho

SURVIVE has had an incredible past two years. The Austin synth band received two Grammy Awards nominations and an Emmy for ‘Most Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music’ on their divergently genius composition that features as the title sequence for the world-wide famous Netflix series, Stranger Things. The band has also been a part of A Message from Earth, creating otherworldly music in celebration of the Voyager Golden Record turning 40 this past December. And now, the band is headed to Las Vegas to take part in the vicious Psycho Music Festival.

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Wild Child’s ‘Expectations’ Album Release Show


“Silly Alex, don’t think that way.” – (“Alex” / Expectations)

Austin’s family sized folk band, Wild Child, released their newest album, Expectations on February 9, 2018. Those sensible opening words above are appropriately offered up by a child in the opening track, “Alex”. Like the 7-piece band’s latest release, children are free from most limitations and social norms. Wild Child’s Expectations is a refreshing collection of the band’s musical ideas free of any hesitation due to societal norms and regulations as to how a record should be constructed. Expectations takes the various ideas the band wanted to explore and somehow simultaneously encompasses the band’s familiar sound adored by fans for the last seven years.

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CAPYAC Drops Sensuous Single “Down in it” in Time for Valentine’s

CAPYAC is a band defined by the familiar phrase “Sugar, spice, and everything nice.” The band’s music up until this point has been a consistent conglomeration of all that is good and groovy in the world, and their latest single “Down In It” is nothing less than a continuation of this delicious upward trend.