Daily Music
Blues on the Green Returns with Gary Clark Jr.’s All-Star Revue
After a two-year absence from Zilker Park, iconic free concert series Blues on the Green returns.

10:15AM Mon. Jul. 19, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

Listen to This: Rod Gator Condemns Warmongers on “Chickenhawk”
Last month, Rod Gator rolled out the first taste of his new album, the feel good southern anthem “For Louisiana,” readymade for summer sunset drives on the backroads with the windows down. Followup single “Chickenhawk” shifts vibes: raging against the rich politicians who send poor kids to war.

10:00AM Thu. Jul. 15, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Video Premiere: Tony Kamel Steps Out Solo With An “Amen”
Last summer, Wood & Wire released its fourth LP and follow-up to 2018’s Grammy-nominated platter North of Despair. The aptly titled No Matter Where It Goes From Here clarioned an optimistic note from the local string quartet amid the pandemic’s hottest days, a sense that as bad as things may get, we also need to cherish what we have.

11:00AM Wed. Jul. 14, Doug Freeman Read More | Comment »

HAAM’s CEO Reenie Collins Announces Retirement
“I’ve loved every second of it and now I want to be with my goats,” Reenie Collins explained to the Chronicle via phone last week.

10:15AM Wed. Jul. 14, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

“After Dark” Singer Mr. Kitty Exchanged Explicit Messages with Underage Fan
A teenager in Russia tells the Chronicle that synth-pop artist Mr. Kitty sent him nude photos, graphic sexual videos, and explicit texts over a nearly four-month exchange of direct messages on social media. The victim says he was only 15 at the time and had revealed his age with the singer.

9:00AM Thu. Jul. 8, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Video Premiere: Band of Bastards Debut a Hardcore “Holy Roller”
Jason Reece (… And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead), guitarist Andrew Leeper (Markov), bassist Erick Sanger (ex-Sparta), and drummer Sam Rich present their debut as Band of Bastards. Delete. Repeat drops July 23 on Redacted Records/Silver Door Music. A hardcore bash, it promises to liberate you live and in the flesh.

10:00AM Wed. Jul. 7, Raoul Hernandez Read More | Comment »

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Thundercat, Black Midi, Japanese Breakfast, the Hives to Play Levitation
Filling Austin’s club space for an extended Halloween weekend of psych, indie rock, R&B, world music, metal, electronic, drone, and noise programming, Levitation 2021 comes into focus with 75-plus acts, including fusion genius Thundercat, avant-garde post-punks Black Midi, and indie pop mainstay Japanese Breakfast.

10:00AM Tue. Jun. 29, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Watch This: Branden Rex Flexes his Cat Fancy with “River”
There’s a supreme stillness pervading Branden Rex’s “River” video. The melodic hip-hop songwriter, dripped up in outfits that cause him to fade like a chameleon into the striking set design, adopts a stoic persona in the clip. For much of it, the only thing moving is his mouth.

12:00PM Mon. Jun. 28, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

New Roky Erickson Tribute Books A Waterloo Records Release Party
In 1990, Where the Pyramid Meets the Eye reintroduced the world to Texan psych pioneer Roky Erickson with an extensive tribute album including contributions from the Butthole Surfers, R.E.M., the Jesus & Mary Chain, Doug Sahm, and ZZ Top. Three decades later, it remains an essential document of the rock & roll pioneer’s vast influence.

11:59AM Mon. Jun. 28, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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