Concert Reviews

Whiskey Shivers Fuse Punk, Bluegrass, and Left-field Covers in Portland (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

Despite touring the country heavily for the last few years, Whiskey Shivers are still one of the best-kept secrets in Austin, Texas. The group’s delightfully unhinged and explosively fun performances are the stuff of legend ...

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Chris Stapleton Brings Soulful Country Catalogue to Austin (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

Chris Stapleton couldn’t get through so many years of cutting his teeth writing hit songs for others and performing with his old bluegrass band the Steeldrivers without learning a thing or two about showmanship. That ...

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Wavves Ignite a Sweaty Punk Party in Austin (SHOW REVIEW)

Ripping and bashing through a sixteen song set that ignited a sweaty punk party, Wavves had made their way to Austin once again, this time laying waste to Emo’s on a Wednesday, October 25th. The ...

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Post Malone Showcases Multifaceted Rap and Songwriting Talent in Austin (SHOW REVIEW)

Austin Post aka Post Malone burst onto the pop music scene with a little Soundcloud single titled “White Iverson” that shook up the music world. Here’s a kid from the Dallas-Fort Worth with braids, a ...

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mewithoutYou Champion ‘[A->B] Life’ in Austin (SHOW REVIEW)

Monday night marked the return of…something; that x-factor; that undefinable it. On a base, factual level, mewithoutYou played their first show in Austin since 2015, when they opened for pop punk rockers the Menzingers, Monday ...

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Thievery Corporation Conjure Worldly Dance Party in Austin (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

Washington D.C.-based DJ collective and world music wanderers Thievery Corporation, known for their dazzling array of stunning lighting designs and eclectic mash-ups of world cultures and languages from those cultures, returned to Stubb’s in Austin ...

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Judah and the Lion Rock Out Americana Style Through The Lens of Youth (SHOW REVIEW)

Nashville-based Judah and the Lion headlined Irving Plaza on October 18th, one of the few times they’ve returned to the New York area since scoring an early time slot at Governor’s Ball in June. After ...

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Lindsey Buckingham & Christine McVie Make For Consummate Wine Music in Paso Robles (SHOW REVIEW)

Fans lined up well before the gates opened at the Vina Robles Amphitheater as a beautiful fall sunset painted the sky in myriad colors, Sunday, October 15th in Paso Robles. There isn’t a bad seat ...

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Queens of The Stone Age Rock Rare Intimate Show at Portland Maine’s State Theatre (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

Sandwiched between arena sets in Boston and New York City, Queens of the Stone Age worked in a thrasher of a performance at Portland Maine’s State Theater on October 22nd for a rabid, sold-out crowd ...

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Atlas Genius Keeps Austin Crowd Transfixed With Indie Pop Catalogue (SHOW REVIEW)

An intimate venue carved into of Austin’s downtown 5th street, Antone’s Home of the Blues now hosts a variety of music. On Sunday, October 22nd, Australian indie pop band Atlas Genius played the historic venue ...

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