Austin Music Minute

Austin Music Minute

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Musician and host Laurie Gallardo recaps tonight's best bet for a great Austin music experience.More from Austin Music Minute »

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Suit Up

It's another must-see live performance. A. Sinclair brings the fuzzed-up garage-pop to Lambert's tonight...

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Lay Low

Just make it heavy. Surly Gates' "Lay Low" brings you smokey psych with a slow burn...

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Glam Slam

Last summer, Sylvain Sylvain turned Hotel Vegas into a madhouse. This month, he's got an Austin residency made especially for him and his many fans...

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Ones and Sixes

While the sound of "Ones and Sixes" is unmistakably Low, the Duluth trio continues to push boundaries with sonic experimentation...

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Mockingbird Lane

Jaimee Harris is supportive of her musical peers. Now, she's in the spotlight with a new album on the way and a new Cactus Cafe residency...

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Moonlight Is Sunlight

It is, indeed, most "swoon-worthy." More outstanding vocals from P.T. Banks on his latest full-length release...

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Every New Moon

Presenting a bit of music-making by moonlight. Julia Lucille's "Bedroom Tapes, Vol. 1"

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Mourning Doves

Devin James Fry shares this story: He and songwriter Brandy Zdan were roommates in a ramshackle house out in East Austin, E. 17th St., in 2013, a pairing of artistic minds and music makers. And, most appropriately for a pair of like-minded individuals sympathetic to nighttime vibrations, the house was located next to a graveyard, Oakwood [...]

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Video Star

It's definitely a party - with cameras and fabulous music. Bayonne invites fans to take part in a video shoot at the Mohawk...

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Burn It Down

Sometimes it takes burning down the old things to make room for new growth. "Goddess of Destruction" reveals Emily Bell poised to set things alight...

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