If you’re looking for a psychedelic rush of celestial sounds and electronic vibes surging through your body, clear your schedule this Thursday and make your way to the Swan Dive for Sound Control Records‘ debut live show in Austin’s Chic Social Club.
Influenced by 90s hip-hop, scratch vinyl and self proclaimed “shenanigans,” comes the unique album Live Wire from Austin’s hip-hop outfit, The Triggermen.
South by Southwest leads the way in not only bringing culture into the city, but also in boosting the economy with a little more umph every March.
If you’re looking for musical inspiration that will walk you through an inner-self journey, look no further. Local one man phunk band Henry + The Invisibles’ new album–MUSAIC–is set to release this Saturday (Sept. 17).
Red River’s spunkiest music venue, Cheer Up Charlies, is one of Austin’s most distinguished party spots.
Molly Burch’s voice is a mesmerizing twang of soul and country that sets the atmosphere for her dreamy music.
In honor of HAAM Benefit Day tomorrow, I’d like to point to one of the foundation’s most notable, and hefty, accomplishments: taking on the housing crisis here in Austin.
From time to time, there comes a band that goes unmatched in their realm of music. When such a group comes parading into Austin, they’re worth a mention. Heavyweight punk-kings the Melvins return to Austin next weekend to play the Sidewinder stage with Helms Alee, a fellow rock band from the Washington area.