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Green Day, Weezer & Fall Out Boy Give Emo New Meaning at Hella Mega Tour in Texas

By Rachael Gerron Web Content Contributor   Green Day, Weezer and Fall Out Boy kicked off their long-awaited Hella Mega Tour in Dallas, TX on July 24. And this might have been the biggest rock show since the beginning of the pandemic, with nearly 40,000 fans in attendance- fittingly, it happened in Texas!   Green Day opened their set with “American Idiot,” which resonated more than ever after a year […]

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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 13

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In Black + Blue: Hunny with Made Violent

By Brooke Adams Multimedia Director The band Hunny took to the road with openers Made Violent and Fringe and made their way to Austin, Texas for a sold out show at the Mohawk indoor stage on April 6. The pairing of these bands and their fanbases made for quite eclectic crowd; Hunny’s poppier sound resonates with a slightly different audience than Made Violent’s pop punk vibes. However, the show went […]

todayApril 30, 2018 14

Music

Broken Social Scene Concert Review

By Clayton Chaney Music Journalist For the first time in seven years, Canadian rock band Broken Social Scene made a stop in Austin at Stubb’s BBQ on their 2018 tour. Like many artists that come through the ATX, they showed an immense amount of love for the city and the people in it. The band came out with a lot of energy, letting the crowd know they were just as […]

todayApril 23, 2018 35

Reviews

Kingdom Nightclub: Austin’s Underground Shrine

By Claire Hansen Blog Content Contributor Hidden in an alleyway off Fifth Street is a one-of-a-kind nightclub called Kingdom. If it weren’t for the small sign out front, you seriously wouldn’t have any idea it was there. However, the thumping bass that comes from inside draws crowds from all over the country. If electronic music is your jive and you haven’t checked this place out, here’s a rundown of everything […]

todayApril 20, 2018 15

Music

Never Had Sh!t Concert Review

By Ruby Longoria and Taha Ali Close friends and collaborators, J.I.D and EARTHGANG band together for the Never Had Sh!t tour. EARTHGANG returns to Austin at the intimate Come and Take it Live venue after just a short, jam-packed absence. In just five months, the duo has toured Europe and released three EPs - Rags, Robots, and Royalty as teasers to their anticipated debut album Mirror Land. The house was […]

todayApril 19, 2018 1

Galleries

Turnover in Concert

By Nicole Wolf Photojournalist Turnover, an indie rock band from Virginia, is one of those bands you can play on your Spotify while you relax on a rainy day drinking a hot cup of coffee. I had never attended a concert where the band’s music was so chill, so I had no idea what to expect when I showed up to Mohawk on April 5. The evening did not start […]

todayApril 17, 2018 2

Galleries

Concert Review: Don Broco

By Nicole Wolf Photojournalist I am a huge fan of the band Don Broco, an English rock/post-hardcore band from Bedford, England. So you can imagine how excited I was when I heard they would be opening for Our Last Night on their Selective Hearing tour. The closest date on the tour that came close to San Marcos was San Antonio, so I made a Spotify of music from all bands […]

todayApril 16, 2018 2

Entertainment

Jazz Texas: A Review

By Hannah Alvarado Blog Content Contributor Weather-worn brick can be viewed as far as the eyes can see. Music, laughter and eateries are in abundance among the many buildings intermingled within a small area known locally, as simply “The Pearl." If you’ve never been, trust me, it's the place to be when visiting San Antonio. The region holds much to be witness to, and has a way of paying homage […]

todayMarch 31, 2018 1

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