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Remembering Somebody That You Used to Know: Kimbra and Son Lux Play Paper Tiger

Like most of America, I was introduced to Kimbra via her feature on Gotye’s Grammy-winning single “Somebody That I Used to Know,” in 2011. The duet evoked all the emotion of being erased from somebody’s memory. While Kimbra had already achieved international success...

Keep San Antonio Puro: Garrett T. Capps and DT Buffkin Album Release Party

Some time back, in the midst of Keep San Antonio Lame bumper stickers and a teenage-angst philosophy of wanting to leave my hometown, I took San Antonio for granted. I moved to Austin for college and wouldn’t permanently return until five years later, jobless and knee...

Here’s Your Future: The Thermals Break Up

Of all the things I learned about rock and roll, the one lesson that has stuck out the most came from a side-scrolling computer game where you had to save the The Get-Up Kids from Enrique Iglesias: all bands either break up too soon or live long enough to start...

Featured Playlist: National Women’s History Month 2018

National Women's History Month is as old as I am and yet I had no idea it existed until last year. Since more and more music festivals seem to be more and more male-dominated, I thought it would be cool make a playlist of female-fronted bands that I enjoy. Every day...

Begging 2 Explode: Jeff Rosenstock, Laura Stevenson, and Chris Farren play Paper Tiger 03.06

In 2018, there are few bands whose live performance reminds you more why you love going to shows more than Jeff Rosenstock. Everything about his live show is so pure and sincere and beautiful in its rawness. He plays fast, he plays loud, but most importantly he plays...
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