Fun Fun Fun Fest is this weekend in Austin. Now in its seventh year, the thing has grown at a remarkable pace: From Spoon to Slayer at the top of the bill in just a few years. Through that expansion, however, FFF has lost none of its charm. If there is one festival in the country that seems to make ... More >>
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2013 is now officially on the horizon. It's the second weekend in November (the 8, 9 and 10), and today the Fest announced which bands will be playing each day, and also who will be playing the Nite Shows. You get into those for free with your festival wristband. You can see the f ... More >>
We decided to check back in with some of the people we interviewed this year for My First Show, and ask about favorite concerts, records, and most-wanted Christmas gifts. Bad Design's Steven Altuna takes the cake for best answer for a Christmas wish. What was the best show you saw this year? Evan ... More >>
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Red, Yellow & Blue (Warp)
Thursday, June 21, at the Granada Theater
The top 10 indie-rock albums of 2003
A People's History of the Dismemberment Plan (DeSoto)
The Dismemberment Plan is finished, but Travis Morrison is just getting started
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Back to business as usual: I dig music
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The hiatus is over for The Legendary Fritz
Hardly a shock
Street Beat and local store owner make nice
Braid's too-brief history is remembered on Movie Music Vol. One and Two
Fawning Pumpkins; Audio LUXURY; Door dates; And a ton of Rubber Gloves
The Dismemberment Plan's Travis Morrison talks about major labels, modern R&B, and...Steely Dan?
The world might not be coming to an end, but maybe it should be
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