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Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

  Genuine Leather – Found a Face Processions – Solipsist Monk Parker – Gaudy Frame Leather Girls – Arabian Daze Ruby Fray – Honor Holiday Music – The Energy Frosty Palms – Blur Guest Rooms – With Me  
Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

  The Gospel Truth – Jealous Fires Marine Cult – Blue Rare Magic – Hail & Farewell Wil Brookhart – Simple Things Football, Etc. – Save Super Thief – sheepsquid Big Bill – Stand Still Color Candy – Warped, Skewed, Etc  
Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

  Dryspell – Accounting Jejune Stars – Circles Alex Rose – Grandmothers Kingdom of Suicide Lovers – Cosmic Seeds XETAS – The Future Trés Oui – Dead Ringer Jana Horn – Optimism Modern Studies – Do What You Want  
Defying Boundaries: Exclusive Track and Show Premiere for Ancient River

Defying Boundaries: Exclusive Track and Show Premiere for Ancient River

    Encapsulating sonic soundscapes ranging from My Bloody Valentine’s reverb-soaked shoegaze, Dead Meadow’s psychedelic haze and Temples’ contemporary fuzz, Ancient River breaks from the constraints of musical genres to create an aurally expansive world. Originating in 2000, guitarist and singer/songwriter James Barreto staked a name for himself in Gainesville, Florida, playing with his then...
Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

  The Dead Space – Behind the Wall Growl – Suhferring Go Fever – Outdoors Man Muuny – Plank (demo) Drag Me Over the Rainbow – The Claw Geranium Drive – Strung Out On You Tamarron – Joan Brother Sports – Good Morning (demo)  
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...
Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

  Talkies – Never Fear Night Drive – Rise and Fall Carrie Fussell – Lock It Down Hunter Jones – Definitely Claire Morales – One Night Misimplicity – Do U Know Tearful Moon – Rain of Sorrow Topo Chica – Leopold  
Where Are Your Friends: BUHU's "Youth Is Breaking" Music Video

Where Are Your Friends: BUHU’s “Youth Is Breaking” Music Video

Bandcamp || Facebook || Instagram || Twitter   Growing up and merging into adulthood can take on a vast array of forms, which tends to reach a breaking point when we cling onto the last fraying threads of excess and self-indulgence for as long as we can rather than maturing and taking responsibility for our...
Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

  Taken by Savages – Bobcat Knife in the Water – Muse Zachman – I Was Getting on a Plane Sidechick – Mercury Sluur – Into the Night Primitive Circuits – Liquid Slavery The Hungry Onions – Zombie for You Love Wildfires – Undead Fun  
Flavorsound Productions Presents Austin's Class of 2016

Flavorsound Productions Presents Austin’s Class of 2016

Less like the trials and tribulations of surviving high school, Austin’s up and coming bands of 2016 have quickly leaped from freshmen status to celebrating the successes of senior graduation. Austin’s Class of 2016’s compilation features 17 talented acts that have attained the public’s attention and recognition of being musically sound, dedicated to their craft,...
Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

  I’ve Got Nothing to Show – Shmu Not Ned – Same Brain Going Native – Summer Salt Afterparty Afterbirth – Diagonal Lions Spontaneous Combustion – The Ecologists Of All the Things We’ve Made – The Telewire Help Me Understand – Marcus Brown Not Looking for Love – Pema  
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...

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