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You first officially heard from them with the 2012 hit single, “#Selfie”, but 4 years later they have taken over the charts and are set to be headline performers at this year’s Austin City Limits Festival.

Currently on tour for her newest album, Puberty 2, Mitski is taking us along her journey dealing with anxiety, love, and heartbreak. Although the journey is sad and not the most upbeat, she instills a sense of confidence and the ability to overcome all the obstacles we endure.

Mohawk Austin may have been the only venue that could have held a Wild Nothing concert so perfectly. The show opened up with Charlie Hilton, lead singer of the band Blouse, setting the mood and energy of the crowd. She prepped the crowd with soft lighting and a voice that flowed so well with the […]

Chicago’s very own, Twin Peaks, are coming to Austin for the annual Levitation Festival (formerly the Austin Psych Festival) on April 29th- May 1st at the Carson Creek Ranch just outside of Austin. If you’ve never heard of Twin Peaks, you’re missing out, big time, here’s why.

Back in 2014, I was scrolling through Pinterest and happened to stumble upon the beautiful harmonies and lyrics of trio sister band, Joseph. I went out on a limb and emailed them to come play an acoustic set at a clothing store I worked for at the time. Much to my surprise, they agreed and […]

Lissie performed for the Grammy Museum’s 40 Years of Ramones’ Tribute at Austin’s Maggie Mae’s Rooftop on Wednesday night. With the show starting at 8:25 p.m., doors were opened at 8:24 p.m. to a panicked crowd.

Showcasing some of the finest women of the music industry, The Parish brought lady jams from around the world for SXSW’s Day 2.

Starting the day on a harmonious and calming note, The Spotify House brought Indie/Country/Folk names like Joseph, Rayland Baxter, and Kacey Musgraves to their stages.

With SXSW quickly approaching, all eyes are on the festival’s most exclusive event—The FADER Fort, an invitation-only showcase hosted annually by The FADER magazine. Austin is THE place to be for Spring break. Their annual music festival known as SXSW is music heaven for every genre, whether your fan of mainstream or underground. Not only is it one of the biggest known music festivals where artist from all over come to perform, but you can also manage to […]

With Free Press Houston’s Day For Night festival tomorrow, we decided to do a throwback to our coverage of last month’s Fun Fun Fun Fest. Check out all the fun fun fun our blog media team had at Austin’s 10th Anniversary Fun Fun Fun Fest!

Houston produces some mighty fine musicians with the likes of Buxton and Wild Child, and Walter’s Downtown welcomed them home with open arms.

Coverage by: Rupal Mehta, Rajiv Radia, Madeline Robicheaux, and Waylon O’Day

If you like getting lost into the world of synth-heavy, funky beats, and trippy visuals, look no further because Neon Indian is going to be one of the main headliners for Fun Fun Fun Fest.

The third and final day of Austin Psych Fest | Levitation Fest brought eager fans to watch some of the most anticipated acts of the whole festival. From the wildly fun show of The Flaming Lips to the 50th year reunion of 13th Floor Elevators to the last-minute addition of the enchantress Chelsea Wolfe, the closing […]

Austin City Limits revealed its lineup early Tuesday morning and tickets are now on sale! This year’s lineup is star-studded, as usual, and includes artists such as Drake, The Weeknd, Florence and the Machine, Foo Fighters, A$AP Rocky, The Strokes and many, many more.

On Thursday, Mac Demarco announced the release of a new Mini-LP entitled Another One to be released August 7th via Captured Tracks. Along with the announcement a short promo video shot by Mac’s girlfriend was also released, featured below. You can pre-order the new LP, which features the instrumentals of all 8 tracks, here. Mac Demarco will […]

A Place to Bury Strangers is a New York City-based noise rock band consisting of guitarist and frontman Oliver Ackermann, bassist Dion Lunadon, and drummer Robi Gonzalez. The band employs a wall-of-sound approach to their brand of  atmospheric shoegaze, psychedelic, and space rock. After a performance at Webster Hall with the Brian Jonestown Massacre, the […]

2015 must be a magic year for hip hop releases… and long album titles. Drake’s surprise mixtape “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late,” Earl’s album “I Don’t Like Sh*t, I Don’t Go Outside,” and Kendrick Lamar’s “To Pimp A Butterfly” have all been released this year and now Tyler The Creator has finally announced a […]

Decades in the 1900’s all had a theme but now we live in a decade that is bringing back trends from here and there; the recycling age. Music nowadays is very difficult to categorize into genres and even old music trends are resurfacing. Bands such as Tame Impala are bringing back and even enhancing the […]

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