It’s that time once again folks, the weekend! Now, SXSW is nigh so we sort of (not really) understand if you want to stay home out of the somehow still cold weather. But if you’re like us and just can’t resist the live tunes, here’s a list of the shows, in no particular order that you shouldn’t be missing tonight and tomorrow night.
Check the jump for listings.
That’s right folks, Free Week is now more like Free Week and A Half. I had a blast last week, catching favorite acts like Young Girls and Bad Sports, but we’ve got to soldier on. Monday is a little tame on the scheduling, but don’t forget we’ve got to support our scene and the incredible artists in Austin doing their best to make it what it is for us all. Here’s my suggestions for your night. Read more
I hope you’re all taking full advantage of Austin’s Free Week, despite the chilling temperatures. There’s tons of great bands left and right, not to mention DJs and dance parties. It’s a special time of the year when the music community gives back, so we’ve got to be there to show our love, right? Here’s my list of things to hit up on Thursday, though it’s just one man’s ideas. Read more
I know there’s tons of shows related to ACL this weekend, but maybe that’s not your thing, which is totally cool–to each his own right? I’ve got a couple of shows/events you should check out in case you’re not doing anything associated with ACL… Read more
Man, there’s tons of good local acts doing their things all over the great city of Austin, so I just wanted to highlight a few of the must see acts…you can pick your favorite, or hop all about.
Deep Time w/ Hidden Ritual and Blackgum @ Mohawk — $6 — Doors @ 9 PM
Calm Blue Sea opening for Ours @ Emos East — $15 — Doors @ 8 PM
Mother Falcon w/ Les Rav and Shakey Graves @ The Parish — $10 — Doors @ 8 PM
The Preservation w/ Bobby Jealousy and Major Major Major @ Frank — $6 — Doors @ 9:30 PM
Here’s a hit by Deep Time and Calm Blue Sea to get you in the mood:
We know that everyone’s spotlighting the great SXSW festival, but we wanted to take a short little break to spread the word on Austin band, Les RAV. Luckily, our friends in Guerrilla Waltz were able to catch up with the group in this takeaway show over at The Long Center. Read more