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Du Blonde: Lung Bread for Daddy Album Review

By Wally Perez Music Journalist Artist: Du Blonde Album: Lung Bread for Daddy Release Date: Feb. 22, 2019 Website: Beth Jean Houghton, known as Du Blonde in the music world, isn’t afraid to tell it how it is or let people into her own little world of grey; a world where sunshine is hidden behind clouds and days are filled with cold gusts of wind and rain. On her […]

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The Hermits: The Hermits Album Review

By Shane Willenborg Local Music Journalist Artist: The Hermits Album: The Hermits Release Date: Feb. 28, 2019 Website: Austin was the birthplace of psych rock in the 1960s with the thirteenth floor elevators. The genre quickly moved out of the West coast, but bands like The Hermits keep it alive in Austin to this day. The band’s first full-length and self-titled album came out in late February, and evokes […]

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The Two Lips Talk About Their New EP On Other Side Drive

By Andrew Nogay Assistant Web Content Manager   The Two Lips, a garage rock band that hails from our own San Marcos, came on Other Side Drive to talk about how they met, bands they take inspiration from, their new EP and much more. This interview also features a few songs by the Two Lips, filling out this fantastic segment.  

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