Sound On Sound Fest (SOS Fest) is continuing with the medieval-inspired flare for this year’s festival on November 10th. However, this time it’s a little more fantasied.
“If you have to ask what jazz is, you’ll never know.”
This quote was said by the esteemed jazz trumpeter, composer, and vocalist, Louis Armstrong. With jazz, it’s not about knowing; it’s about hearing and learning. The saying that all great writers were first great readers resonates with music, too. All great musicians were first great listeners.
Jeremy Rogers’s dream of a “hyper-fantastical reality” has translated itself into music he produces under the moniker, BUHU.
And now, BUHU is taking their bedroom synth-pop on a transpacific journey to Japan in early November.
He gained national applause and thousands of retweets for his response to the boycott of an all-female ‘Wonder Woman’ screening.
Now, Mayor Steve Adler is back at it. This time it’s Austin’s music scene who’s giving him all the rave.
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For those of you who’re not quite fluent in binary, it spells “music”.
These strands of eight digit lines consisting of 1s and 0s have completely altered the way that music is transferred from its source to our ears.
There are a few key advances in music technology since the turn of the 20th century that have broken the most ground in improving our listening experience…
You can do a simple google search of her name and find the first hit is NPR’s article, “Margaret Moser, Queen Of Austin, Is Dancing In The Light”.
She was the Dancing Queen of Austin and everything else listed above.
Margaret Moser, 63, gracefully passed away in her San Antonio home after a four-year dance with colon cancer. She will undoubtedly carry the legacy of being one of the most famed, female journalists in Texas history.
The term, cowboy diplomacy, involves one thing: brash risk-taking.
Austin’s own bluesy, alternative rock quartet, Cowboy Diplomacy, crafted their most recent release to describe this blissful, reckless fun to a T.
*Bell rings* Overwhelmed, anxious, stressed, frustrated? You can beat the blues with the bluesy music from Delicate Boys, unwind after a week of tests with Sure, or maybe relax with funkadelic vibes, courtesy of Skip Hobbie. Enjoy the […]