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Austin City Limits 2011 Coverage

We were only able to get into and cover one day of ACL this year, but what a day it was! This was my first time attending, and with it being the 10 year anniversary, made for an almost perfect experience. Like any great fest, there were several great artists scheduled throughout the day, forcing […]

Episode 95 – Me and the Boys

Hello out there, we’re on the air… This week I bring you some new songs that I’ve really been enjoying. My two boys helped out with song introductions. A very diverse selection but that’s what I love. Hope you enjoy! Weird Creatures – Eluvium (Similes) Miami – Foals (Total Life Forever) High Times – 3 […]

Sunday’s Best: Arcade Fire

Back in the day, when this place was crawling with forums and chats about random acts of music, we used to poll ourselves. Which album not only set the artist atop of the industry, but stapled them in as musical gods. Vote on all of our Sunday’s Best -In light of staff writer, Benjy Oliver’s […]

Want To Go On An International Tour?

News broke this week that the influential and massively popular electronic group M83 is looking for an additional band member. The details listed below come directly from M83’s official website, the brainchild of Anthony Gonzalez. The only bad news are a few of the rules: it limits the auditions to those who already live in […]

Video Of The Week: Trash Talk–Awake

Formed in the fall of 2005, Trash Talk hit the ground running.  3 years of relentless touring, 5 releases and 4 vans later, they are still running at the same frantic pace that has established them as one of the hardest working bands today.  They recently collaborated with Wavves on a split 7-inch.   On their […]

Music Emissions Artist Update: Neon Indian

Former Denton/current Brooklyn resident Alan Palomo, the creative force behind Neon Indian, must have the stars aligned in his favor in 2011.  One of the brightest gems in the indie music scene, NI started the year by releasing an EP with none other than The Flaming Lips.  In addition to relentless touring, the group also […]

Episode 94: Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue.

Welcome to another edition of Music Emissions Podcast of the Week. This week is my first podcast, so I thought I’d give you something old, something new, something borrowed and of course, something blue. Enjoy… 1. Josh White – “Uncle Sam Says” 2. Strands of Oak – “Daniel’s Blues” 3. Pickering Pick – “Egypt” 4. […]

Sunday’s Best: Led Zeppelin

Back in the day, when this place was crawling with forums and chats about random acts of music, we used to poll ourselves. Which album not only set the artist atop of the industry, but stapled them in as musical gods. Vote on all of our Sunday’s Best Had there been a more prominent indie […]

Video Of The Week: Toro Y Moi – How I Know

Without doubt,  Chaz Bundick (aka Toro Y Moi) is one of the most uniquely talented and creative young musicians on the rise.  Quickly emerging as a buzzworthy favorite among both fans and critics alike,  the young producer/performer has been linked to the chillwave movement.  Even though his 2nd full release, Underneath The Pine, was released […]

Episode 93: Top 10 Indie Picks of ACL 2011

Written by Benjy Oliver Welcome to another edition of Music Emissions Podcast of the Week.  Who doesn’t love a music festival, right?  It’s all the best parts of a concert–music, friends, alcohol and drugs…just lots and lots more of them!  Each year, more and more of them are popping up all over the place.  As […]

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