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Interview Series: Rayne and MJ on Gender Confirmation Surgery

Interview Series: Rayne and MJ on Gender Confirmation Surgery

  Currently residing in Austin, TX, sisters Rayne and MJ have created a series of web videos discussing first hand transgender experiences. Transitioning to a female about six years ago, Rayne faced many challenges and has come a long way on her journey since 2011 — learning how to pass, starting on hormones, going to...
Visceral Revelations: An Interview With Dave Depper

Visceral Revelations: An Interview With Dave Depper

Website || Instagram || Facebook || Twitter   A driving force within a unit, Dave Depper is no stranger to casting his talents for a host of Northwestern bands. From Fruit Bats, Ray LaMontagne, Robyn Hitchcock and currently Death Cab for Cutie, his multifaceted music career has landed him both in recording studios and being...
Don't Let the Average Impede You: An Interview With Acey Monaro of Go Fever

Don’t Let the Average Impede You: An Interview With Acey Monaro of Go Fever

Photo Credit: Roger Ho Website || Facebook || Instagram || Twitter   In a city of bustling competition, Go Fever strikes gold when it comes to carving out a distinct space for themselves in Austin. Enveloped in a burgeoning indie scene, the band had a knack for making the right moves straight from the get-go,...
An Interview with Tears Run Rings

An Interview with Tears Run Rings

Website || Facebook || Twitter   Six years in the making, Tears Run Rings‘ highly anticipated full length album In Surges was released last Friday via Deep Space Recordings. Despite the quartet living in three separate cities, the band used the powers of online collaboration to mix and record In Surges’ ten tracks in separate...
Schwein! An Interview and Single Release

Schwein! An Interview and Single Release

Schwein! Interview and “Cindy Make Him” Single Release Interview by Jay Armstrong Photographs by Isaiah Mancha   More often than not the people you encounter with music have an ego overshadowing their skill, the art taking a backseat to the caricature they align their lives to portray. Then there is the anomaly that is Matt...
An Interview with The Garden

An Interview with The Garden

An Interview with The Garden By: Anthony Flores I had a chance to meet with and interview The Garden before one of their shows in Austin on this last tour. Asking them all of the questions Becky and I have wondered was great, especially since they were some of the nicest people I have met. ...
Black Representation Matters

Black Representation Matters

Illustration by Sonia Margolin   The representation of black people in television, literature, and film has a direct correlation with black activism. These are powerful mediums that can reach wider audiences and convey unique points of view and narratives. There has been a lot of diminutive characterization and misrepresentation of black people. Many studies reveal...
Heaven or Hotel Vegas with Death Valley Girls

Heaven or Hotel Vegas with Death Valley Girls

  Death Valley Girls came to fruition in 2013 after frontwoman Bonnie Bloomgarden and guitarist Larry Schemel created their otherworldly vision of surfy doom rock, complete with astral visions that stemmed from Bloomgarden’s prior time spent at a mental institution and reading about alien conspiracy theories. Now a quartet, the band released their sophomore album Glow...
Fantastic Fest's Fashionista: A Journey Through Addiction and Recovery Inside a Woman's Psyche

Fantastic Fest’s Fashionista: A Journey Through Addiction and Recovery Inside a Woman’s Psyche

  When it comes to films about addiction and recovery, there’s a plethora of titles that explore these themes in terms of drug use and sexuality. Director Simon Rumley examines these topics through a different lens that is universal to all of us — at what point do we separate creating our own individual identity...
Getting To Know Attic Ted

Getting To Know Attic Ted

  You might remember 2002 as the year of K-Mart’s bankruptcy, Kelly Clarkson, and My Big Fat Greek Wedding, but for some, 2002 was the year of Attic Ted. Forming in the fall of 2002 in Austin, Texas, this crazy acid trip carnival experience, otherwise known as Attic Ted, has managed to constantly push boundaries and take...
Deerhoof Takeover!

Deerhoof Takeover!

  Spanning over twenty years and 13 studio albums, Deerhoof is one of those rare bands that are constantly embarking on musical leaps and bounds, exploring musical terrain that has yet to be uncovered while simultaneously constructing their own niche of avant-garde noise pop. Comprised of vocalist Satomi Matsuzaki, guitarists’ John Dieterich and Ed Rodríguez,...
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...

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