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Mixtape Monday: Humanity's Soft Eyes

Mixtape Monday: Humanity’s Soft Eyes

  Pastel Felt – Take It Out On Me L.A. Witch – Untitled Midnight Sister – Daddy Long Legs Julie Odell – People Cheering Duds – Elastic Feel Peyote Coyote – Satellite The Mad Doctors – Yuengling Malmsteen Citrus Clouds – Make a Life
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: Your Crooked Smile

Mixtape Monday: Your Crooked Smile

  UV-TV – dissolve Peeling – Rattlesnake Adult Mom – Tenderness Beachglass – Lay Low David Nance – Negative Boogie Crown Larks – React Stuyedeyed – Funeral Lance Bangs – Football  
Live Review: The Besnard Lakes Are A Vast Wonder Unto Their Own

Live Review: The Besnard Lakes Are A Vast Wonder Unto Their Own

Website || Facebook || Twitter || Instagram   Photography by Raphael Umscheid ( Instagram ) Words by Trish Connelly ( Instagram )   Arriving early for The Besnard Lakes’ set in downtown Austin, Barracuda’s inside stage provided a spacious yet intimate environment for attendees to plant themselves up close for the band’s eagerly awaited set...
Music Review: Ride's "Charm Assault"

Music Review: Ride’s “Charm Assault”

  In the last five or so years, something wonderful has happened. Bands from many people’s youths have appeared on the scene, whole, intact, and emerging to crowds of fans who have waited their whole lives just to see them play one more time or for the first time ever. My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, Lush,...
Infinite Dreams: Slowdive's "Star Roving"

Infinite Dreams: Slowdive’s “Star Roving”

Website || Facebook || Twitter || Instagram   After a 22 year hiatus from new material by Slowdive, the band has still managed to create soundscapes that succeed in being unrestricted, boundless yet refined in their lush and layered brand new track for “Star Rover”. Slowdive know exactly how to build a celestial atmosphere, an...
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...
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...
Review: Levitation Kick-Off Party at Barracuda

Review: Levitation Kick-Off Party at Barracuda

Words by: Trish Connelly Photography: Raphael Umscheid  ( Instagram )   Emotions were at an all time high this weekend after the cancellation of Levitation Fest in Austin, Texas, with less than 24 hours notice. Was this some kind of cruel joke? Can I get a refund on my round-trip plane tickets from Norway? Despite...
Two Decades in the Making: An Interview With The Veldt

Two Decades in the Making: An Interview With The Veldt

With the recurrent emergence of 90’s shoegaze bands, The Veldt is a band that stands apart from the pack. Formed in the late 80’s, The Veldt combined elements of reverb with soul and funk, creating a sonic pathway that was truly their own. They fast gained notoriety working with the likes of Robin Guthrie and...
Nightmare Air Takeover!

Nightmare Air Takeover!

  Arriving in Austin, Texas this week for their stretch of SXSW tour dates, Los Angeles based band Nightmare Air bring no shortage of reverb-laden soundscapes and shimmery vocals to their live performance. Consisting of Dave Dupuis, Swaan Miller and Jimmy Lucido, Nightmare Air have already been on the radars of Filter Magazine, Deli Magazine...
Divine Dreamscapes: Pale Dīan

Divine Dreamscapes: Pale Dīan

  Harnessing the surrealism of David Lynch and the soprano of Cocteau Twins’ Elizabeth Fraser, Pale Dīan certainly evokes a transcendental experience when it comes to their aesthetic and live performance. Initially forming in Dallas, Texas, guitarist Derek Kutzer and vocalist Ruth Smith established new ground in Austin this past summer, as well as a...

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