Texas hill country music festival, UtopiaFest, released it’s stunning lineup this past week. While the timeless indie electronic outfit RATATAT will be headlining the festival, local bands and producers will be sharing the bill with the A-listers.
It’s easy to assume that music and art enjoyed at a local level is “underground.” Austin, being the live music capital of the world, selflessly serves musical visionaries city-wide, regardless of their stance in societies rigid […]
Contemporary music is rapidly evolving into a limitless melting pot of indefinable resonance–a resonance that echoes with the fresh sound of unfamiliarity. Simply put, in 2016, artists are not bound to any particular genre based on their instrumental use.
Brandon Hughes is an Austinite songwriter/musician, but more than anything he’s a storyteller. With some guidance from friends and family, Brandon began writing down stories and experiences and turning them into song that are both relatable and highly evocative.
As a friend of the Austin arts community, it is my righteous duty to expand on the underrated talent that incubates city wide. I take in this art, that manifests itself in many forms, digest it and turn each given emotion into a story with hopes to ignite a fire amongst the aesthetically dormant community.
Charlie Faye & The Fayettes are bringing back the 60’s girl group in a fresh and fun new way. That’s not to say that this girl-trio, which is composed of Charlie Faye, BettySoo and Akina Adderley, doesn’t stay true to the classic soul pop sound.
Riders Against the Storm (RAS) will be preforming on June 7th alongside Oxymorrons at 3TEN ACL LIVE. Doors open at 8 p.m., and admission is $12. The show comes at the tail end of their tour this June.
RAS is pure soulfulness. Composed of husband and wife duo, Chaka and Qi Dada, these two are making waves in the local music scene with their upbeat hip-hop rhymes.