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Review: Austin City Limits Music Festival 2011

Review: Austin City Limits Music Festival 2011

This year’s ACL Festival was a banner one in many ways.  After 10 years, marked by explosive growth and popularity, the 10th anniversary Fest needed to be memorable.  I’ve been attending ACL for the past six years and some have been better than others.  There have been times when I’ve sworn off attending ever again, [Continue]

Concert Review: Nas & Damian Marley (Austin, 6/9)

Concert Review: Nas & Damian Marley (Austin, 6/9)

Rap icon Nas and reggae legend-in-the-making Damian Marley stormed Austin last night, thrilling the vast variety of fans who’d come out to see them in the steamy weather – lovers of rap, reggae, and any combination of the two, were undoubtedly captivated watching the pair of artists rip through the tracks from their new joint [Continue]

Austin Events: June 7 – 13

Monday, June 7th 101X Homegrown Live Presents Neon Indian with Survive, Cry Blood Apache Check out the indie-electronic hero from Austin at Emo’s tonight.  Doors open at 9 pm, tickets are $12.  You can buy them here. Robert Randolph and The Family Band with Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights Robert Randolph brings [Continue]

Reviews: SXSW Part 1 (Tuesday 3/16 and Wednesday 3/17)

Reviews: SXSW Part 1 (Tuesday 3/16 and Wednesday 3/17)

Because I was working during SXSW, I didn’t make it to quite as many showcases as I would have liked.  Still, I saw quite a few bands and attended a bunch of parties during the week and I thought the easiest way to handle reviewing everything would be in time order. I’ll be dividing the [Continue]

What I'm listening to this week: Damian Marley

What I'm listening to this week: Damian Marley

Welcome to Jamrock – 2005 I’ve talked about Damian Marley several times already on this blog, mostly in reference to other people, and considering that Welcome to Jamrock is one of my favorite reggae albums ever, I thought it was about time to give it its own review.  It was almost an accident how I [Continue]