Delta Spirit deliver a stellar performance of “White Table” for a packed crowd at SXSW.
Portland, Ore. band Horse Feathers plays an acoustic track off their new album
The Suckers talk shop with Chris Keating and deliver an awesome acoustic version of “Chinese Braille.”
Nada Surf plays “Looking Through” at IFC’s studio at SXSW 2012
Indie rock legends Built to Spill play the Idaho showcase at SXSW
Idaho’s Youth Lagoon perform at IFC’s Crossroads House at SXSW
Austin’s own Heartless Bastards played an acoustic version of their song “Skin and Bone”
New York’s The Drums play an acoustic version of “Days” at SXSW and sit down to talk to Chris Keating
Article: SXSW 2012: Le Fleur perform “Clink”
Boise, Idaho band Le Fleur plays “Clink” live at the IFC Crossroads House
“It humanized him a little bit more, so they’ll probably fall in love with the man even more, and I like that because that’s what I wanted,” Karen said.
New York trio Bear in Heaven talk to Yeasayer’s Chris Keating
Minneapolis’ Polica stop by IFC at SXSW for an acoustic set.
Bad Brains’ front man HR talks to Chris Keating about the documentary “Bad Brains: Band in DC”
The documentary tells the story of their last concert in 2011.
Pour gasoline on your Cheerios and consider the power of collective chaos.
Sarah Jaffe’s new album “The Body Wins” is out April 24th
By Chris Harris The pilgrimage to Austin, Texas, has already begun for most of this year’s attendees and performers. Bands are in vans, playing shows here and there as they make their way to the fabled home of South By Southwest, which has earned a much deserved reputation as one of America’s most consistent music…
Celebrity dolls mourn for Leonard Cohen in Richard McGraw’s fictional elegy.
Recommended for fans of The National, Frightened Rabbit, and Arcade Fire.
We’re heading to SXSW and we’re bringing Chris Gethard and Chris Keating with us as tour guides.
Watch a mother’s betrayal play out under a blanket of love and Oedipal undertones.
Fenster’s debut album Bones hits stores on March 13
Plus a chance to get Y La Bamba’s new album “Court the Storm” for free
Article: The Monkees’ Davy Jones dead at 66
Davy Jones, lead singer of ’60s band The Monkees and erstwhile Tiger Beat heartthrob, has died of a heart attack, reports TMZ. He was 66 years old. British-born Jones rose to fame when television producers cast him as part of a high-concept comedy series about an up-and-coming American rock band. The resulting show, entitled “The…
Watch bare breasted torso’s turn heads in a burned out Texas pine forest.