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.
On Vinyl Music’s Electoral College Party on Nov. 14, 2015 at Rainey Hookah Bar & Lounge got politically incorrect. We asked our college-aged attendees what they’d do as president and who they would kill, fuck and marry.
Standing in the Shadow of a Wave documents two Austin artists that are looking to crest the wave that has been steadily building unbeknownst to those outside of this growing movement.
In the face of uncertainty and with the leadership of our nation perched precariously on the edge of a cliff — on one side reason and experience and the other a brackish swamp of bad hair and even worse policy — the On Vinyl Music staff did the only thing we know how to do well: throw one hell of a party.
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.