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Month: October 2017
Songs So That You Don’t Cry Wolf
"There once was a shepherd boy who was bored as he sat on the hillside watching the village sheep. To...
Music in Mandalay Bay: Remembering Las Vegas
Music motivates – pairing perfectly with a workout. Music inspires – providing focus and direction for studies and projects. Music...
Local Concert Alert: A$AP Mob
After taking the hip-hop industry by storm with their Lords Never Worry mixtape in 2012, A$AP...
Concert Review: Bonobo and Jeremy Sole
When you go to an organic show, you will know. The sounds that emanate from the...
Austin City Limits: Day Three
Coverage by Waylon O'Day and Junior Fernandez The third and final day of...
Something Wicked Artist Spotlight: Marshmello
Marshmello, one of EDM's biggest names today, is known for his work as a DJ and...
Austin City Limits: Day Two
Coverage by Waylon O'Day and Junior Fernandez The second day of this year's Austin City Limits Music...
Austin City Limits: Day One
Coverage by Waylon O'Day and Junior Fernandez Every October, something special happens in...
Remembering Tom Petty
Tom Petty passed away this past Monday, October 2nd. According to a statement by the band's manager, he suffered cardiac...
Something Wicked Artist Spotlight: San Holo
San Holo, a Dutch DJ, producer, musician, and composer, is well-known in the electronic music community...
Concert Review: Car Seat Headrest and the Black Angels
After coming off of what one review called a low-energy performance at last weekend's Austin City...
ACL Artist Spotlight: Bonobo
Simon Green aka Barakas aka Mr. Blue aka Bonobo. This talented individual may have many names...
ACL Artist Spotlight: Tove Lo
Swedish singer/songwriter Tove Lo is coming back to Austin for this year's ACL festival and you...
ACL Artist Spotlight: Ryan Adams
Merely days before his sold out Official ACL Fest Late Night Show, Ryan Adams releases his cover of Tegan and...
Concert Review: Whitney
The melancholic folk indie super-group, Whitney, made up of former members of both the Smith Westerns...
Jon Bap, “Yesterday’s Homily” Review
To keep it simple, Jon Bap's "Yesterday's Homily" is a modern jazz...
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