We all are surrounded by the noise of the earth. Whether that noise is the sound of horns stuck in traffic, the lightning speed and sirens of a train, or just people around us, sometimes […]
Although it’s still winter in most of the country, Texas weather is once again breaking the trend. During this warmer-than-average February, enjoy of the beautiful weather and sunshine with an upbeat mix of Austin’s best […]
Are you excited for South by Southwest?? Are you overwhelmed with the music choices?? Are you frustrated choosing which shows to go to?? Is this sounding a little bit like an infomercial???? If you answered yes […]
OV writer Amy Berryhill drops February’s first weekly playlist. See what our staff picks are this week!
In a couple of recent studies, it was shown that music can affect the way we experience the flavor and texture of chocolate and wine.
Although Austin has only seen a handful of cold weather days this fall, the crisp air and shorter days validate the notion that winter is most definitely on its way. We don’t know about you, but we can’t wait for long winter nights full live music and clouds of singing breath fog filling the air.
Undoubtedly, Austin’s liberation has been challenged in recent weeks. Despite activist efforts, on going protests and a general outcry from the public, Donald Trump is the 2016 president-elect of the United States.
A sincere thank-you letter from On Vinyl’s founder and sound guide for our loyal readership!
With Sound on Sound Fest only a few hours away, festival go-ers and diverse music consumers state wide are preparing for an inaugural experience embellished with resonance and unity. The festival faced some scrutinizing inspection when the indie beach rock, chain smoker, Mac Demarco dropped out of the lineup. Simultaneously, SOS is Austin’s substitute festival for the cancelled Fun Fun Fun Fest–resulting in mass speculation. Despite cynicism, the camping festival expects large crowds, good vibes and stellar sounds. Amongst others, A-list musicians like Phantogram, Purity Ring and Explosions in The Sky will be taking Sherwood Forest by storm.
Here are some spooky tunes for your Halloween 2016.