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Austin Spotlight: Weekend Show Suggestions

austinLooks like we’re in for a nice weekend, weather-wise, so that makes things perfect for a venture out to some of our great local venues to catch a show, or maybe even two. There’s lots of good shows this weekend, most of which are featuring local bands we adore. Take a look, a listen, and pick a show to hit up this weekend.  Hopefully we’ll see see you there.

Friday, March 28th:

A Giant Dog, Roky Moon and Bolt, Daniel Francis Doyle – Hotel Vegas – 9 PM – $5

Moistboyz (Dean of Ween), Meat Puppets – Mohawk – 8 PM – $15

Nic Armstrong & the Thieves, For Her & the Snow – Lamberts – 9:30 – $8

Saturday, March 29th:

Spray Paint, Nazi Gold, Empty Markes, Massageinist, Slash & Spread – Hotel Vegas – $5

Roger Sellers, Hikes, Chipper Jones – Holy Mountain – 9 PM

TonTons, Speak, Good Field, Casual Strangers, Slomo Drag – Scoot Inn – $10

Austin Spotlight: OBN IIIs


Unless you’ve been living under a rock in the Austin music scene, you are familiar with Orville Bateman’s musical project known as OBN III’s.  He is of course involved in tons of other bands in town, but this one is a personal favorite of mine.  Today we’ve gotten news that the group has recently finished a new album and is spreading the word with this great new track called “No Time For the Blues”.  It’s of course in the punk rock genre, and I’m down for that.  You can also hear some hints of another famous front man by the name of King Khan in there too, and I can’t see how anyone wouldn’t be down for that as well.

Pick up new album, Third Time to Harm, on May 27th via Tic Tac Totally Records.

Austin Spotlight: Tele Novella Release New 7″

teleIf you’ve been watching these pages you’ve surely noticed our coverage for Tele Novella before, and we’re right back at it to celebrate their newest 7″.  The band offers up a more sultry vocal here, with a bit of a gentle vocal caress backing the main part.  It’s like a polished cut off your favorite B-movie, once again illustrating the group’s ability to wrap their own personal tastes within a pop-centric gem.  The band returns to Austin on April 5th to Cheer Up Charlies in order to celebrate the release of Trouble in Paradise.  We’ll see you there.

SXSW 2014 Interview: Habits

habits-desertdoor-by-grant-gutierrezAs if you were thinking that we had no more interviews left… Silly you!  We’ve got tons more coming your way and today I have a featured one from L.A. based, synth heavy group Habits.  The brains behind the band, Dustin Krapes, was kind enough to offer his opinion on our pressing questions.  Follow the jump to see what he has to say. Read More

Austin Spotlight: Another Ghetto Ghouls Jam

ggThe last month or so has seen a slew of excellent Ghetto Ghouls tracks come our way, and I’ll happily keep harping on about the Austin four-piece.  This track will be featured on the group’s self-titled album, being released by Monofonuss Press on April 8th.  It’s a quick jaunt, but a reminder of the pleasant abrasiveness offered up by the band.  There’s a sharpness to the musicianship, yet a rough quality that embodies the live aspect of the group.  Get yourself another taste of one of our cities great exports, and catch them at one of their 5 SXSW shows.

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Download: Ghetto Ghouls – Living Alone [MP3]

SXSW Interviews: The Ghost Wolves

BP Fallon and the Ghost Wolves

As we pump out more interviews leading up to SXSW, let us not forget our local friends who will be working hard all over town just like everyone else.  One of our favorite up and comers in Austin has be garage/blues band Ghost Wolves.  Drummer and multi-instrumentalist Jonathan Konya was kind enough to offer up his opinion on all things SXSW.  Follow the jump to read his responses.

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SXSW 2014 Interview: John Wesley Coleman

John Wesley Coleman IIIFor those of you living outside of Austin, please pay attention.  For those of you already here, you’re hopefully familiar with Austin’s John Wesley Coleman.  His solo work and his work with The Golden Boys remain a constant in this city, and we briefly caught up with him to get a few words before he starts playing all over town.  Check out what he had to say in response to our questions. Read More

ATH Interview: Andrew Stevens

Andrew Stephens BannerOver the last year or so, I’ve had several conversations with people in town about the community aspect of the Austin music landscape.  I realize, of course, this isn’t always the most important question to ask, but it’s still a great conversation to have, especially when one considers the varying opinions.  I caught up with the hard-working Andrew Stevens while he was out on tour with Jess Williamson (just one of his many projects, as you’ll see below). Read on for Andrew’s insightful comments about the way he sees things working in Austin.  Read More

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