Skydiving, BMX-riding, car drifting, setting shit on fire, and now, sweating? Red Bull has been notorious for sponsoring all-around badass events. As of recently, Austin’s underground hip-hop and DJ dance party, Hot-Hot, has been added to the list.
South by Southwest (SXSW) is an international arts festival that displays the best of film, interactive media, and music. Unsurprisingly, there are many Austinites taking main stage at this event in March.
We’ve listed the latest batch of Austin artists performing in 2018. From brooding electronica to classic folk you can’t go wrong seeing these world-class performers.
Austin is home to some of the most renown and yet to be discovered jazz and funk groups. The level of expertise ranges from college students to college professors, from local names to international tourers.
We’ve handpicked the top ten swinging and grooving tracks that have been spinning for us lately for you to enjoy…
Post-punk, prozac-inspired, bread-punned rockers — Chris Toast & The Jerks are perhaps the newest band in Austin’s music scene.
The OV crew jumped at the chance to feature these progressive punk Austinites.
H*ck Fest is breaking city limits with their DIY mentality and bringing artists from across the Lone Star State into center stage.
The first installation of Sound On Sound Fest set up a promising outlook for future years despite weather issues and problems with the festival’s shuttle service.
However, as of last week, the festival’s sophomore season and potential future was brought to an abrupt close.
Sublime synths, shimmering vocal harmonies, and summery struts from the guitar.
How can we keep ourselves from SMiiLe-ing?
“It’s finally yours.” Theron Pray, founder of Synesthesia Live, released this statement following the V1.11 update.
Synesthesia Live is in the business of making concerts a submersing auditory and visual experience. The team has been “nose-to-the-grindstone” all summer in order to create this revolutionary step forward.