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Black Pistol Fire at Emo’s

By Christian Villarreal Music Journalist Live music has slowly been returning to venues across Texas, giving a chance for smaller artists to make a name for themselves and a chance for everyone to enjoy something that had been absent for a year and a half. On Friday, July 23, I was able to attend an amazing concert at Emo’s in Austin, Texas. The concert was for Black Pistol Fire, with […]

todayAugust 10, 2021 54

Green, yellow, and pink graphic including digital shapes and an image of an eye, reading “SXSW Online: March 16-20.”

SXSW Coverage

SXSW: Day 3 Review

By Ashley FarnieAssistant Music Director I hope everyone has had a great week either viewing South by Southwest from home or living vicariously through daily synopses. Day three of SXSW brought many new artists to my new attention, so here is a brief review of my experiences. The British Music Embassy has proved their musical superiority yet again with their third day of showcases, introducing many new artists to my […]

todayMarch 20, 2021 33

Five men stand in a line at the front of a stage. On the far left, a backup dancer wearing a black hoodie. To the right, the guitarist wearing a striped red shirt, then the vocalist wearing a yellow jumpsuit, and then the drummer wearing a green patchwork shirt. On the far right, another backup dancer wearing a black hoodie.

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Half Alive: Alt-Pop Band on the Rise

By Susannah WilsonMusic Journalist “Are you here for the Half Alive concert?” The kid who approached me outside The Historic Scoot Inn in Austin was skinny, wearing glasses, and looked to be about 14. He and his posse instantly reminded me of my younger brothers and their high school friends. “Yeah, we are,” I said, motioning toward my boyfriend, Max, and myself. The kid triumphantly presented me with a black […]

todayOctober 30, 2019 171

Mala Luna Festival promotional poster featuring a moon and names of performers at the two-day festival.

Entertainment

Mala Luna is Here!

By Piper BlakeAssistant Web Content Manager Spooky season is here-- and that means Mala Luna is too! The two-day concert event will be taking place this week in San Antonio, Texas, on Oct. 26 and 27 at the Nelson Wolff Stadium. There is no better way to get in the fall spirit than to go to this Halloween themed festival and hear amazing music from your favorite artists. It’s not […]

todayOctober 26, 2019 47

The quartet stands onstage, instruments in hand, in front of a wooden panel adorned with light bulbs, recreating the album artwork for "Basking in the Glow".

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Oso Oso, The Sidekicks & Future Teens at Barracuda Austin

By Jake DromgooleMusic Journalist Labor Day holds the promise of a variety of activities over the course of the much anticipated three-day weekend. Families and friends are provided the opportunity to gather and celebrate a day off, savoring those last days of endless sunshine, far from office worries or looming deadlines. Students are able to enjoy one last morsel of summer before the school year kicks into gear. For many, […]

todaySeptember 17, 2019 56

Queen’s infamous band logo.

Entertainment

A Night at the Opera: How Queen’s 49-Year Legacy Lives On

By Brittany AndersonWeb Content Contributor It’s the stuff dreams are made of: thousands of people stomping twice, then clapping once in unison; singing “Galileo” as high as their lungs will go. The only thing missing? The legend himself: frontman extraordinaire Freddie Mercury. Mercury performing in November 1978. Photo by Carl Lender. Queen is regarded as being one of the most iconic rock bands of all time and rightfully so. During […]

todayJuly 30, 2019 280

Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst performing with their guitars, blue and red lights in the background.

Music

Better Oblivion Community Center Concert Review

By Madisen Gummer Music Journalist Tuesday, April 9, indie-folk music fans from all over the Austin area packed into Stubb’s Amphitheater for the feel-good show they needed to get through the rest of the week. Christian Lee Hutson gently captivated everyone with his acoustic set and interludes of dry comedic anecdotes. His latest single “Northsiders,” which was produced by one of the members of the headlining band, Phoebe Bridgers, was […]

todayApril 11, 2019 62

Travis Scott and a fan riding a rollercoaster over the crowd with a blow-up astronaut in the background.

Music

The Homecoming of ASTROWORLD

By Amanda CompianMusic Journalist As Travis Scott proceeds with the second leg of his Astroworld Tour, the night of Valentine’s eve he landed in his hometown of Houston, Texas to deliver an electrifying, unorthodox experience at the Toyota Center. From roller coasters to space aliens to a massive inflatable astronaut and firework displays for days, it was a show like one I’ve never been to. Scott began his set with […]

todayFebruary 21, 2019 100

Yoke Lore standing in front of a building wall with graffiti tags above him

Features

Meet Yoke Lore

By Clayton Chaney Local Music Director October 9, 2018 This week I was blessed with the opportunity to chat with Adrian Galvin, the front man of Yoke Lore and also former drummer of Walk The Moon. Adrian shared insightful thoughts about what inspires his music and how he hopes to find connections in everything. We all know that life is not perfect and no matter how hard we try things […]

todayOctober 11, 2018 71

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