Moby Grape’s career is “Murphy’s Law’ in action, so much so it transcends other archetypal stories of fledgling rock and roll bands for whom ‘what could go wrong will go
14 years ago, underground legends The Dresden Dolls had gone on a long hiatus following three albums. Their cult following was devastated but not underfed considering lead singer Amanda Palmer
Stretching back more than two decades, Calexico has explored the musical connections between Latin America, the Caribbean, and Europe with each new album. Of course, this has all been done
Should you ever need a lift, a new Austin quintet called Hog Branch can help get you back into the groove — and I mean, right now! This grooving soul/blues
On Saturday, June 4, The Mavericks brought their worldly sounds to Austin, Texas for a show at the ACL Moody Theater. Maggie Rose opened.
NYC immigrant punk Boris Pelekh gives listeners an upfront and personal look at spiritual awakening on his debut solo EP, I See It Now (out June 24), a collection of gentle indie-folk
Edie Carey didn’t set out to be a musician. She planned to go to med school, but life had other plans. While a student at Barnard College, she found a