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Band of the Week

Band of the Week: The Push and Shove

By Harriet Bernard Local Music Journalist  With Austin being one of the most recognizable music capitals of the world, many artists – both young and old – find their way into its lively music scene. While some artists are just getting started with their music careers, others have been in the game for years. Austin-based The Push and Shove is a five-piece band. Coming from differing musical backgrounds, each of […]

todayMay 1, 2023 68 2

Album Review

Crybaby Is Dead – Portals Album Review

By Harriet Bernard Local Music Journalist Releasing her new album Portals on March 31st, Melanie Martinez finally breaks out of the shadows in a way that’s left fans ecstatic. She began teasing her third studio album at the beginning of the month in ways that sparked much curiosity and confusion about what she had in mind in terms of her new creative vision. With themes of rebirth and a pink, […]

todayApril 12, 2023 51 2

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The Stars, The Moon and The Music

By Harriet Bernard Local Music Journalist On March 28th, the moon began its phase in Cancer and lasted for three days' time. At the beginning of each month, Earth’s moon cycles through each of the twelve astrological signs before repeating once again. While most people are only familiar with their astrological sun sign, it is often heard that a person’s moon sign is one that might resonate with them more. […]

todayApril 4, 2023 23 2

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Album Review

Album Review: Kali Uchis’ Red Moon In Venus

By Harriet Bernard Local Music Journalist  On March 3, 2023, R&B artist Kali Uchis released her third studio album titled Red Moon in Venus; an all-encapsulating album about love taking form. There are three features on Red Moon consisting of R&B artist Omar Apollo, as well as rappers Don Toliver and Summer Walker. The album art is authentic to the sound of the entire album. Deep shades of red and […]

todayMarch 14, 2023 78 2

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Concert Review

Earle’s Basement: Show IV Concert Review

By Harriet Bernard Local Music Journalist   Earle’s Basement hosted a spectacular show on Friday, Feb. 24, 2023. Music started at 7:00 p.m. with Our Last Daze as the opener. The night had a slow start but by 7:30 PM a decent crowd had formed and was hyped. Earle’s Basement is a D.I.Y. venue co-founded by Ashley Farnie and Avery Viers that has had a great run so far, especially […]

todayFebruary 27, 2023 84 4

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Punk Heaven: The Pinky Rings Tape Release

By Harriet Bernard Local Music Journalist Feels So Good Records hosted a tape release for local girl punk band, The Pinky Rings, on Friday, Feb. 10, 2023. Opening bands Bodyplan and Transy Warhol started the night out with a bang and got the crowd geared up for the main event. The record shop, located in south Austin, is a large warehouse that has a variety of records, tapes, vintage apparel […]

todayFebruary 13, 2023 116 5 2

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Using Local Music to Expand Your Space

By Harriet Bernard Local Music Journalist Finding a space where you feel included and motivated to explore an unfamiliar place is important for college students. Whether you moved from 1,000 miles or just 10 minutes away to your school, everyone deserves to find their community. After coming to Texas State and living in San Marcos, I found that local music has given me some of the most exciting opportunities to […]

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