We’re Trying Records and Tiny Table Talks have paired up to put on the the Summer Slam Series. Every Wednesday from June 15 to July 13 various venues across Austin will host some of the city’s most underrated bands, allowing them a chance to pursue recognition via promotional avenues and materials that normally might not be available to them.
In the last century, country music has shaped the world as we know it, despite what the angsty anti-radio millennial generation would say. Prominent artists such as Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan supported revolutionary ideas through their folk music, quite literally, moving the world.
Bruce Robinson, distinguished country music genius, is creating a multidimensional platform that will expand the country music community exponentially. June 17, Robinson is launching a web series set in his recording studio that features live interviews, recording sessions and perspective pieces to diversify and awaken the Texas country music population. The webcast, The Next Waltz will be hosted by singer/songwriter Jerry Jeff Walker and is projected to make a huge impact on underground and veteran artists alike.
Solstice Festival is just a few days away Austin! We’ve created a playlist to help you prepare for two full days of awesome music and fun. If you haven’t already, don’t forget to nab tickets to the festival–which will take place on June 17 and 18. It’s bound to be a great time, so sit back, throw some tunes on and get yourself acquainted with just a few of the tons of artists who will be taking the city of Austin by storm this upcoming weekend!
Contemporary music is rapidly evolving into a limitless melting pot of indefinable resonance–a resonance that echoes with the fresh sound of unfamiliarity. Simply put, in 2016, artists are not bound to any particular genre based on their instrumental use.
Brandon Hughes is an Austinite songwriter/musician, but more than anything he’s a storyteller. With some guidance from friends and family, Brandon began writing down stories and experiences and turning them into song that are both relatable and highly evocative.
As a friend of the Austin arts community, it is my righteous duty to expand on the underrated talent that incubates city wide. I take in this art, that manifests itself in many forms, digest it and turn each given emotion into a story with hopes to ignite a fire amongst the aesthetically dormant community.
Solstice festival is back, Austin! Join some of the city’s hottest, up-and-coming bands for two days of art, music, food and fun. Clear your calendars because on June 17 and 18 Solstice will be taking the city by storm, throwing parties and setting up shop all over Pan Am park on the East Side–and a few other venues around Austin–to celebrate the start of Summer.