Steven's Visions Volume 3: Featuring Neighborhood Brats | Night Beats | Cosmonauts | Beach Fossils | The Well | Boy Harsher | Adolescents | Monolord | Grivo | Christian Bland and the Revelators |
Photographer I.S. Mancha captures ideological American optimism through nostalgic romantic eyes. Carl Jung once wrote, “who looks outside dreams; who looks inside awakes,” Mancha does both.
We’re all aware how chaotic SXSW can be; with all the day and night parties, free tacos and beer, never enough coffee, and an endless amount of bands to revel in, the idea of a hangover party sounds mighty appealing. Come Sunday, March 19th, Burger Records is celebrating their fifth Hangover Fest at Paper Tiger in San Antonio with a stream of must-see acts on their roster. Taking place on four stages with over forty bands, you’ll want to grab your crew and head on down south for this rager. The lineup boasts performances by headlining acts Temples and Har Mar Superstar, shoegaze and dream-pop gems No Joy…
Mixtape Monday: Fortunate Coincidence from anonmagazine on 8tracks Radio. What Me Worry – Cosmonauts Holy Operator – The Karma Repair Kit Anchor – Mentalease Passion Pit – The Life and Times Less Talk More Rokk – Freezepop A Little God In My Hands – Swans Cathedral Rings – The Appleseed Cast Separate Me – The Astral Planes