Month: February 2016

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YUMA releases first single of 2016, “Life of Crime”

Since the formation of their group in 2011, the Austin- native band Yuma have created a musical sound that is completely their own— a sultry blend of indie rock and R&B that is shatteringly beautiful. The band, which is composed of Jesse Liberty, Alex Hartley, Andrew Framsted and Tyler Edmunds, blends bright tones and driving rhythms with a certain cinematic flavor that is captivating to audiences.

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Euphoria announces local additions to 5th year lineup

Starting fresh in 2016, Euphoria is back and announcing its full lineup of performers slated for the highly anticipated festival this April 7th-10th in Austin, Texas. After much fan speculation, special guests Eric Prydz, who’s debut studio album, Opus, drops February 5th and electro-indie duo, Cherub joins previously announced headliners.

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The Black Angels to play Levitation

Levitation, formally known as Austin Psych Fest, will be just as psychedelic this year. The festival which is organized by The Reverberation Appreciation Society, like On Vinyl Music, “support(s) homegrown businesses in Austin.” Last year, Texan psyche rock band, the 13th Floor Elevators, and local psych-pop group Tele Novella made Austinites proud.

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MCG, Mobley, Lou Rebecca, MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR fill Empire Control Room

On Jan. 30 I remembered to make my friend stop at the corner store before we got to the Empire Control Room & Garage. I had lost my small packet of earplugs, and I have a terrible fear of tinnitus. After climbing back into my friend’s very tightly-packed sedan, she drove downtown, and I climbed out onto the seventh street sidewalk, strapped to the gills with equipment in preparation for MCG’s Outside release party.

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Retirement Home, Paperback release new albums

On Vinyl has been covering music, news and events for over a year now. In that year we have established a litany of connections with artists, venues and companies across Austin. Every time a new band or artist gets brought to my desk [Editor’s Note: Jake’s desk is a dirty mattress in the corner of his “room” which, in and of itself is nothing more than a shack] I am so excited to be a part of not only the growth of On Vinyl, but the growth of another great artist.