This week's top Austin entertainment headlines involve Luck Reunion, Hayes Carll, SXSW, THe Walking Dead, Valentine's Day, and more!
SXSW has changed quite a bit since its inception, but some things remain the same. We chatted with some of the industry's finest about SX old and new.
Austin's Gary Clark Jr. extends his musical proliferation as he covers a Beatles classic for one of 2017's most anticipated movies.
Keeper's "Pretty Baby" was recorded as a response to the dismissive treatment the all-female group has experienced.
Curved Light adds a unique sound to Austin's current electronic music scene with a new single that wakes up a variety of senses.
Break out the leg warmers and parachute pants, it's time to party like the '80s are back with Toma's fun and funky new single.
Summer and surf rock go together like peanut butter and jelly, and this single by Mean Jolene is making our hot days much cooler.
Punk in Austin is not dead, and Lung Letters is helping to keep it alive. Their newest EP and single are definitely proof of that.
Vertical Vice may be a new band, but its members have been Austin musicians for years. "Repetition" is the perfect single to show off this new group.
Nocturne is an earth shaking, punk inspired tune that rages, while remaining passionate throughout.
Blood Pumps may just be our favorite new band currently creating music in Austin -- this pop song certainly gets our plasma flowing!
The frenetic pace of "Chasing," from Dude Elsberry's first full length album, gives us a rush almost strong enough to make us skip our morning coffee.
Tele Novella's ode to California is an infectious track, perfect to keep on repeat as the summer months begin to heat up.
Pop band Alex Napping has released a new single titled “Fault,” a five-minute-long jaunt that takes listeners on a maze...
Long time Austin singer-songwriter Quin Galavis has released a piano ballad titled “Cold Skin,” a beautiful song that displays his...
We're ready for swimsuit weather now that Austin's Summer Salt has provided us with the ultimate collection of poolside music.
Sabrina Ellis, known as the lead singer for Austin punk band A Giant Dog, is back with a new solo project called Sweet Spirit.
"I Had to Do It" by local band Daniel Francis Doyle and The Dreams is their latest release in several years, and also slotted to be their last.
Alex Rose plays soft indie rock that is perfect for the genre’s evolving scene in Austin.
Negra Magia is a dreampop band from Austin that you really need to hear. Their calming ballad "Human" is particularly good.
Mindz of a Different Kind, one of Austin’s best rappers, has dropped his new song “Feel Good."
Known for hits such as “The Way” and “Fire Escape” on their 1999 LP All the Pain Money Can Buy,...
It must be almost summer time, because students in Austin are getting restless. So restless that the seniors at LASA somehow put together this amazing video set to The Killers.