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Exploration, Optimism & Fashion: An Interview With Jackson Montgomery Schwartz

Exploration, Optimism & Fashion: An Interview With Jackson Montgomery Schwartz

....to exist creatively in a way which inspires those around him to aim not high with their ambitions but instead to look within themselves to embrace the joy which comes through finding an artistic vessel worth pouring oneself into again and again on the path of self-exploration forevermore is as beautiful as the work Schwartz...
Album Review: Andrew Cashen - Guava Jazz

Album Review: Andrew Cashen – Guava Jazz

This album is about as jazzy as Morrisey's personality is tolerable but on the scale of listenable it leans decidedly more towards "highly" than it does "Jethro Tull." We recommend putting it on repeat while going toes up in some sunshine for a few hours, it was meant for being stuck at home looking for...
Album Review: Schwein - Easy Does It

Album Review: Schwein – Easy Does It

....a John Cale broken boldness sort of journey from open to close all swept over with a thousand hushed mystic ohms weaving the ride along. To break down the album track by track would be an injustice to its cohesive nature. Each song shakes hands with the next, peaks and valleys reflecting the same orgiastic...
Andrew Cashen - "Frank Sinatra's Yacht"

Andrew Cashen – “Frank Sinatra’s Yacht”

Kerouacian in the finest most brilliant sense, "Frank Sinatra's Yacht" reads somewhere between coming down out of the mountain in Desolation Angels and saying goodbye to the mice in Big Sur; every line, every note owning us as Andrew Cashen cries out to eternity, "what I do now next? Chop wood?."
Steven's Visions: Vol. 1

Steven’s Visions: Vol. 1

Steven's Visions: Volume 1 Show photography by Steven Gonzalez
Missing Pages: Long Way Down and a Love Letter To Stephen Svacina

Missing Pages: Long Way Down and a Love Letter To Stephen Svacina

There was though a spirit crying out to us from the wilderness of our small nowhere nothing nobody towns which tempted us to risk the comfort of the familiar to land in a foreign place of culture shock and suffocating all alone and to know even on the darkest defeated nights that if we kept...
ANON Premiere: The Sour Notes Cover The Ronettes' "When I Saw You"

ANON Premiere: The Sour Notes Cover The Ronettes’ “When I Saw You”

Website || Facebook || Instagram || Twitter   Known for their contagious indie pop and rock sensibilities, Austin’s very own The Sour Notes are paying tribute to songs they hold near and dear to their heart. Their premiere for the next single off their covers’ album, This Is Not Our Music, is a stunning rendition...
Crypt Trip Get Back To Their Roots

Crypt Trip Get Back To Their Roots

Crypt Trip Get Back To Their Roots By: Jay Armstrong   Sure I’ve written warmly about them before, sure seeing them on a bill raises the quality standard of an excuse I need to stay under a blanket reading for the night, yet there has always been an underlying intangible which kept me from fully...
An Answer For Us All: Sweet Spirit's "The Power"

An Answer For Us All: Sweet Spirit’s “The Power”

Photography by David Brendan Hall   Amidst the saturation of bands and fledgling acts cropping up in Austin, Texas, it’s not often that a group seizes the spotlight and successfully continues to hone in on a committed and growing audience. Initially formed as a solo project, vocalist Sabrina Ellis (A Giant Dog, Glad Girls) started...
Mixtape Monday: The Free Week Edition

Mixtape Monday: The Free Week Edition

  It’s that wonderful time of the year in Austin, TX — rather than hibernating at home, Red River cultural district encourages all of us to come out to celebrate the immense local musical talent we have in our city. By omitting cover, venues like The Mohawk, Cheer Up Charlies, Beerland, Swan Dive and many...
Keeping It (Real) Local: A Guide to SXSW 2016

Keeping It (Real) Local: A Guide to SXSW 2016

Despite the ever looming cloud of basic-bro culture and the evil Doritos mass-media corporatizaton strangling out the last death-rattle of all which was once pure and true in the world, SXSW remains greater than every Coachella, Fun Fun Fun Fest, and Bonnaroo ever put together combined. Each year I watch someone’s younger sister and their...
Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town - FREE WEEK Version!

Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town – FREE WEEK Version!

Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town – FREE WEEK Version! from anonmagazine on 8tracks Radio.     Where Do I Sign? – Hundred Visions Weak Knees – Alex Napping Florence – Auroravore Something You Want – Magia Negra Goldfame – Otis the Destroyer Start Fires – BLXPLTN Shape Shifter – Boyfrndz Fake Love – O...
The Reputations: Begging For More

The Reputations: Begging For More

The Reputations: Begging For More By Jay Armstrong With the psych ship sinking, as the old dogs of sleeze and sweat continue fading off into the sunset, while most nights get spent with our eyes rolling at yet another band to show up sadly trying to align themselves with the 90’s soulless resurgence of disaffected...
Film Review: Knight of Cups: We're All Islands... Some of Us Just Choose To Be

Film Review: Knight of Cups: We’re All Islands… Some of Us Just Choose To Be

  By the time you read this Knight of Cups will most likely be gone from theaters to make way for more starch filled pieces of waste such as My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 and The Divergent Series: Allegiant. No one is surprised by our lack of intellectual interrogation, it disappoints me that the...

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