Standing in the Shadow of a Wave documents two Austin artists that are looking to crest the wave that has been steadily building unbeknownst to those outside of this growing movement.
Art, craft beer, koozies, and all for a cause — these are the ingredients needed to make a night for the books.
Bluesy, Americana, folk, alternative, indie, rock: All terms that could be used to characterize Sons of Santos. And yet, none of these really do any justice in capturing the band’s unique and original sound.
Constantly on the lookout and trying new coffee shops, I somehow still end up at the same handful of bars. They’re the coffee shops that can give me the best of both worlds: A place where I can study while sipping on a hot cup of coffee and a place where I can procrastinate with a cold drink in my hand, listening to live music. These four coffee shops do just that and fuel my caffeine addiction show after show. Here are the best live music coffee shops in Austin that’ll have you coming back for more.
This Sunday, Nov. 22, the Mattress Firm will host its Battle of the Bands Showdown at the Mohawk Austin.
Fall is here, and even though in Austin that means 50 degree weather one day and 80 degrees the next, the feelings that come along with the transitory season remain the same.
In the face of uncertainty and with the leadership of our nation perched precariously on the edge of a cliff — on one side reason and experience and the other a brackish swamp of bad hair and even worse policy — the On Vinyl Music staff did the only thing we know how to do well: throw one hell of a party.
Silence your cell phones, please.
When you think of cities for comedy, the big ones that pop up are New York, L.A., Chicago. These are the biggest cities in America, and yet the Austin comedy scene has launched some of the greatest comedians of the last thirty years, including Sam Kinison and Bill Hicks.