We all know and love (or love to hate) the biggest music festival that comes to town: Austin City Limits. It is a chance to see your favorite bands perform at Zilker Park with the growing skyline in backdrop, nestled away from the downtown chaos. It brings in floods of tourists, surges on Uber rides and the best musical acts coming from around the world.
Communion, an artist-led organization based in London focused on creating a sense of community among established and emerging artists across the globe, teamed up with Glitter Tribe, an Austin based event promotion and artist management company, to launch the inaugural Communion Austin residency at Historic Scoot Inn on Oct. 29.
Oct. 29, Sidewinder, a reinvented merger between Red Eyed Fly and Red 7, hosted a power-packed local lineup: The Bravo, Ghostbunny, Otis the Destroyer and MCG.
Keep your eyes open, you just might miss it.
Packed tightly between two buildings sits the New Movement Theater. One of Austin’s premiere spots for improv and sketch comedy, The New Movement delivers a sense of organic, off-the-cuff type comedy with a true “comedy club” vibe.
This new hip cafe in Austin’s historic East side has become a place for cat lovers and coffee drinkers alike, but has also become a centerpiece of Austin’s neighborhood conservation and gentrification struggle.
Last Friday, October 16th, On Vinyl Music set up shop at Rainey Street Hookah along with Human Influence Garment Haus clothing to throw a party with some of Austin’s best underground DJ’s. Here’s what you missed:
Step into this technicolored, bass-bumpin’ hotel elevator with me, as we go through fourteen levels of experimental hip-hop from some of the best artists Austin, Texas has to offer. These tracks have a tendency to make you feel like you are in the coolest Hilton hotel lobby of all time.