Tag Archives: Austin
Austin-based blues rocker‘s latest video from debut album Blak and Blu
By Alex Baker
It’s been a huge year for Gary Clark Jr. Propelled into the limelight by the single “Bright Lights,” the Austin-based singer/guitarist and actor was one of our favorite breakout artists in 2012. Since the release of his red hot major label debut album, Blak and Blu, he’s performed for President Obama at the White House,… Read More
Deli Magazine and Delicious Audio present stompbox exhibit to coincide with SXSW’s busiest days
By Alex Baker
This Friday and Saturday, as the 2013 SXSW Festival moves into its busiest period, Deli Magazine and Delicious Audio are presenting the first annual Austin Stompbox Exhibit
The exhibit will be set up on Austin’s East 6th Street, one of the city’s busiest thoroughfares, especially during the SXSW Festival which concludes this Sunday. The free exhibit will consist of an interactive display… Read More
The Beat Dolls are a rocking ska/punk trio from Austin, Texas. Front by singer/guitarist Angie, the band also features Barry on bass and Mike on drums. With Angie writing the majority of the lyrics, the Beat Dolls belt out three-minute pop-punk rock numbers filled with wit, sarcasm, humor, and just a touch of madness. We think the band’s garage-punk vibe is well-represented in this video for “Walking Dead.”
One of our Artist Showcase finalists earlier this year, June Divided are a red-hot indie rock quartet from Philadelphia, fronted by the impressive blonde guitarist/vocalist Melissa Menago. The band has a distinct, radio friendly sound and despite only having been formed in 2010, they have already appeared at the SXSW Music Festival in Austin and on the Vans Warped Tour. See for yourself why June Divided are attracting fans across the country with this well-produced video clip for “Bullet.” We love these guys!
Austin City Limits (often abbreviated as ACL) is an American Public TV music program that helped Austin Texas to become widely known as “Live Music Capital of the World,” and is the only television show to receive the National Medal of Arts, which it was awarded in 2003.