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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...
Miss the show over the weekend? Fear not! Catch it again, below--featuring new first-time sounds from The Kooks & Arctic Monkeys! Bombay Bicycle Club “Feel” Arctic Monkeys “Snap Out of It” Kaiser Chiefs "Coming Home" Jake Bugg “Messed Up Kids” Elbow “My Sad Captains" Embrace...
Kings Of Leon played Scotland's Big Weekend main stage on Sunday, and were joined by a member of the previous night's headliner. See Chris Martin strum along (and pitch in vocals near the end) to KoL's "Fans" below. Kings Of Leon play for ATX fans September 13 , with guests...
This week's show featured a first-timer from Royal Blood; also the most-recent singles from Bombay Bicycle Club (just in Austin this week), Elbow, Chvrches, and more. Check out the show (minus the Kasabian song--victim of tech issue) again, below the list! Embrace “Follow You...
Jack White's at the top of the news again, with a second solo album, Lazaretto , on the way next month, and an appearance over at Houston's Free Press Summer Fest in just a couple of weeks. Jack's apparently big news on the world's seaways, too. Check out the horn on the German...
Follow-ups from Elbow & Chvrches make their debuts, plus a brand new song from the legendary-and-ever-contemporary Echo & the Bunnymen! Hear it all again below the list: Kasabian “ee-zeh” Elbow “My Sad Captains" Bombay Bicycle Club “Feel” Arctic Monkeys “Arabella" Echo...
This week's show featured a huge influx of new sounds, from the Austin-bound Bombay Bicycle Club, Kasabian, Twin Atlantic, and Coldplay! Hear it all again (except The Horrors song, lost to technical difficulties) below the list:
Back in '03, after the release of White Stripes' White Blood Cells --but before it really gained traction and made his band famous--Jack White jumped in a studio with Detroit homie Dick Valentine & his band Electric Six, for the awesome disco number "Danger! High Voltage."...