Photo Ed Notes: I would like to welcome Nick Radcliffe to the family. He is damn good photog and knows how to use a keyboard, too (click that link to his site, the landscapes might be my faves). Nick was college roomies with Mike, the other half of the adventure that is Austin Town Hall Records. We’ve talked plenty about getting him shooting for us as the new day job has me quite occupied. The Coathangers rule, we keep our eyes on Residual Kid, Plague Vendor is new to us in the live setting and Refused are a thing. So on to Nick’s first pics post and review. -bgray
The Mohawk is easily one of the best music venues in Austin, so it’s only fitting that one of the best concert line-ups of late converts the venue in to a temple dedicated to the shape of punk to come.
Click through for pics and more on the bands and jams…
We’ve always had one hell of a time at Fun Fest every year, and we always have some fun after the festival discussing our take on each day’s events. This year, we’re letting each one of our writers provide their own take on the weekend with a personal recap of the goings ons so as to not compromise or impose on any one writer’s opinions. I’ll be starting things off today with some random thoughts and favorite bands from the best festival in town. Follow the jump for more from me.
We’re all wiped out from a late night finish on the first Fun Fun Fun Fest evening, but we’re back up and at em’ ready to head in to Day Two with some rehydration and sunscreen. Here’s my picks for Saturday, and they might not be your run of the mill pick, so be sure to pay attention! Follow the jump for more. Read more
Sorry for the major delay on getting this information out to you guys as I’m sure you’ve seen this information elsewhere by now. For those of you that haven’t already heard, the Fun Fun Fun Fest lineup was leaked last night via Bingo tournament. As you can see via the poster to my left, the lineup once again blows most festivals completely out of the water. Somehow the festival goers manage to get great reunion bands like Run DMC, The Promise Ring, Braid, Refused, etc. along with up and comers like Real Estate, Surfer Blood, Dum Dum Girls, etc.
Without a doubt, this will be an awesome festival just like it is every year. You can scope the full lineup on the poster or check it out over on the official website.
Don’t forget that the special PIP passes are still on sale!
Anyone care to offer their sentiments on the lineup?
Download: Braid – Killing A Camera [MP3]