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BEST of SXSW 2019: Show Photos (part 1)

BEST of SXSW 2019: Show Photos (part 1)

Best of SXSW 2019: Show Photos (Part 1)
10 MUST SEE BANDS AT SXSW 2019

10 MUST SEE BANDS AT SXSW 2019

The definitive unarguably best bands you would be an idiot to miss at SXSW 2019.
Album Review: Drunk Mums - Urban Cowboy

Album Review: Drunk Mums – Urban Cowboy

Drunk Mums are one of the last vestiges of wild expressive cool left in the world. Quite possibly one of the last for all of existence!
Willy Vanilla - "American Neck"

Willy Vanilla – “American Neck”

Willy Vanilla – “American Neck” By Jay Armstrong Willy Vanilla’s American Neck is lighthearted as hell. If only talent were allowed to speak in a space devoid of ego-maniacal ambitions more often. Every song has its own spine, its own strut. These guys aren’t trying to force an angle or end result. They don’t fall...
Bustin' Loose - Trouble Boys Video Premiere and Tour Kickoff

Bustin’ Loose – Trouble Boys Video Premiere and Tour Kickoff

Trouble Boys – Bustin’ Loose By Jay Armstrong Video Premiere and Tour Dates   Last month when we said “Trouble Boys make the best goddamn rock and roll Austin has felt this side of The Skunks,” you can believe we meant it. As they head out on tour this week here is your chance to...
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...
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...
The Me You Know Is A Reactionary Me: Part Three

The Me You Know Is A Reactionary Me: Part Three

The Me You Know Is A Reactionary Me Being A Burnout in the Face Of Consumerism Caleb Dawson, Corey Baum, & Jimmy Wildcat interviewed by Jay Armstrong This is the third of a three part interview series; Check out our first with Caleb Dawson here and our second with Corey Baum here.   Part 3...
The Me You Know is a Reactionary Me: Part One

The Me You Know is a Reactionary Me: Part One

The Me You Know Is A Reactionary Me Being A Burnout in the Face Of Consumerism Caleb Dawson, Corey Baum, & Jimmy Wildcat interviewed by Jay Armstrong   Consumerism; the very reason art gets demolished by capitalism, the lake of fire those driven to escape by some form of creation must swim through, where wolves...
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...
Persistence Pays: The Rich Hands

Persistence Pays: The Rich Hands

  Finally moving out of the shadows of Black Lips and The Bad Lovers, stepping off in their own definitive direction, The Rich Hands are all grown up and killin’ it better than ever.   There is always a timidness when you play something from a band you have been geeking over for so long...
8 Bands to Restore Your Faith in Humanity in 2016

8 Bands to Restore Your Faith in Humanity in 2016

Last year receded its long drawn out pandiculation, the lifting fog, a settling realization, clear and sharp, the fire has been rebuilding, it remains wildly alive. Most of the world looks for giants, only wanting to see the shape of a band once the collective whole has deemed it fitting for acceptance. The days of...
Pity Sex Takeover!

Pity Sex Takeover!

Bandcamp || Facebook || Instagram || Twitter    Despite what images the band’s name may conjure, Pity Sex stray away from regrets with their increasingly experimental and innovative nature, starting with their first EP for Dark World and continuing throughout their musical career to their most recent album, White Hot Moon. The band formed in...
Technicolor Hearts' "Would You Come Back to Me?"

Technicolor Hearts’ “Would You Come Back to Me?”

  Austin presents a warm home to creative electric dream-pop darlings Technicolor Hearts. Comprised of songwriter and vocalist Naomi Cherie and multi-instrumentalist Joseph Salazar, Technicolor Hearts knows how to weave soaring soundscapes and dazzling imagery into their music videos, as shown in their most recent “Would You Come Back to Me?”. Their video has a...
Mixtape Monday: FREE WEEK In Austin!

Mixtape Monday: FREE WEEK In Austin!

  Turning – Grivo Boy’s Club – Critical Dad It’s My Way of Staying Connected – She Sir Under the Continental Divide – Carl Sagan’s Skate Shoes This Isn’t Easy to Say – Kingdom of Suicide Lovers Pretty Little Pig – Popper Burns Weak Knees – Alex Napping Mistakes – KNIFIGHT Black Crayon – Christian...
Bitchin' Babes: Thelma and Louise

Bitchin’ Babes: Thelma and Louise

This summer’s fashion is focused around being one bad bitch, am I wrong? With dozens of rebellious street wear brands emerging, acid wash making a come back, and that rockin’ attitude you’ve got at it’s fullest, this look is easier than your aunt Suzi at a New Year’s party. With that said, find your self...
SXSW 2013: A Place To Start

SXSW 2013: A Place To Start

It’s that time of the year again.   While some venture to the Gulf to frolic half-naked in front of thousands of people in search of that week long buzz, looking to make a couple of bad decisions that might put you in a Girls Gone Wild video, I will be at SXSW Music Festival...

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