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We're just weeks away from the biggest outdoor music event in town - Austin City Limits Music Festival . And let's be honest: there's just too much music to see it all. Who should you see? Leave the hard decisions to us. Here are Lawless 's Staff Picks: WEEKEND ONE: Friday My...
Ah, yes - it's that time of year! When we look back on 2015 and decide what was best, what was worst, and what the F were we thinking... Check out some of my faves from ’15, below. From “core artists” (Florence, Lorde) to newcomers (Courtney Barnett); songs that said “summer” (...
If you weren't aware somehow, here's a newsflash: ACL is upon us . Click on the pictures below to see what Lawless recommended for you. Check out the other DJs' recommendations, and pick who you trust most, or try to see everything - the choice is yours! FRIDAY: SATURDAY: SUNDAY...
Alex Clare--once best-known around London's Camden Town as Amy Winehouse's super-Orthodox ex-boyfriend/local troubador...until a certain ubiquitous Microsoft commercial thrust him into superstardom--returns later this summer with the new LP collection Three Hearts . Check out a...
Yesterday's program featured a first-timer from Morrissey from his forthcoming World Peace Is None Of Your Business, plus another new one from Kaiser Chiefs, & more. Hear it all again below the playlist! Damon Albarn “Mr. Tembo” Kaiser Chiefs “Meanwhile Up In Heaven” Arctic...
The Afghan Whigs played the hell out of The Late Show last night, supporting the new album Do To The Beast . Catch the performance of "Matamoros", below (and dig the "GO SPURS" sign on the drum kit--that's Austin's Cully Symington sitting behind it!). Greg Dulli & Company...
NYC/London's excellent Interpol are set to return late this summer with their fifth album, El Pintor . The band rolled out with the announcement a little look behind the scenes of the recording process, below. Look for El Pintor here in America on September 9th, and look for...
Tyler Glenn & Neon Trees nailed The Pixies' classic "Where Is My Mind" last night in the first installment of our 19th Birthday Concert Series, but it brings up the question of whether or not The Toadies will follow suit and do their own version, when they come in for the...
New songs from Manic Street Preachers & Klaxons take a UKTX bow, and Damon Albarn's song for a baby Tanzanian elephant--"Mr. Tembo"--returns to the show. Hear the show again below the playlist. Also, Bombay Bicycle Club's "Feel" was lost to the stream below to technical...