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Local band Mighty Mountain aims to inspire listeners
November 10, 2013
The small indoor stage at Mohawk would be crowded with four people on it. With seven people, it is jam-packed.
Texas Roller Derby to premiere Carnival of Death event
October 29, 2013
Texas Roller Derby’s Carnival of Death is bringing harlequins, freak shows and a new way of playing to the Thunderdome.
"The Evil Dead" chops the Daily Horror Movie up with a chainsaw
October 28, 2013
For movie buffs, the month of October means one thing: 31 days of horror movies.
The Sessions production company finds and promotes new musicians
October 20, 2013
The Sessions has a vision to change the way the audience and musicians interact.
Local drag queen Althea Trix talks about her version of drag
October 14, 2013
The opening lines to Eurythmics’ “Beethoven (I Love to Listen to)” perfectly embody drag queen Althea Trix.
Singer Ritzy Bryan from The Joy Formidable talks tour, fans and where Wales is on the map
October 11, 2013
For the past four years, The Joy Formidable has toured to play their particular brand of brash energetic sci-fi groove that is hard to describe, but easy to love.
The Daily Texan talks with FIDLAR about injuries, secret skills
October 8, 2013
With thrashing guitars, fast drums and 60-second songs about love, drugs and being broke, FIDLAR brings a mix of punk, garage and surf rock to Austin City Limits Music Festival.
Local artist Janis Fowler puts a new twist on celebrity portraits
October 1, 2013
With a mix of artistic skill and technological savviness, Janis Fowler is making a name for herself in the art world.
Local garage band makes its own mark in Austin
September 29, 2013
GLOVES can be explained in three words: charismatic dungeon funk. Four longtime friends and veterans of Austin’s garage rock scene formed GLOVES in July but are already working to make a mark.
Neon artist helps restore Roadhouse Relics mural
August 29, 2013
Countless photos commemorating visits to the capital city feature the words “Greetings From Austin” painted in the background. The mural on the south side of Roadhouse Relics is as iconic as the “Hi, How Are You” frog on the Drag or the “I love you so much,” art scrawled on the side of a South Congress cafe.
Checking off the summer bucket list with fun, local activities
August 5, 2013
Don’t despair quite yet. You have more than a month to get cracking on some self improvements that you can start now and continue throughout the fall.
Co-founder of ColdTowne Theater shares art of improv
July 31, 2013
While it might be difficult to teach someone how to be funny, Simone has found that you can coach the funniness out of someone by giving him or her permission to be playful and react honestly.
Modern Hut's debut album bores with similarity
July 10, 2013
As a whole, the record is not awful or unlistenable. It’s simply that every song has an older, better version by a different artist.