Album Review: Justin Courtney Pierre “In The Drink”

There aren’t many bands that have affected me quite like pop-punk Motion City Soundtrack. The staple Warped Tour band stood out by blending power pop with college rock influence and emo lyrics sung by the high but commanding voice of vocalist Justin Courtney Pierre. Their high energy performances were captivating Continue Reading

Ikebe Shakedown Talks Being Big Band and Doing Big Things

I was lounging around in the Austin City Limits press area with a bottle of kombucha waiting for an interview with Brooklyn based instrumental band Ikebe Shakedown suddenly I hear a familiar noise. It was Ikebe Shakedown performing their song track “Supermoon”. I peak over to see the band all Continue Reading

VÉRITÉ Talks ACL And How She’s Ready For Her Next Breakdown

I’m Kelsey Byrne, better known as her persona VÉRITÉ (stylist in all caps) isn’t just your typical D.I.Y music lady. A true independent artist that can only create out of self-motivation and the her true desire to become whatever she’ll become. After releasing her debut album Somewhere in Between Vèritè Continue Reading

The Greeting Committee Release New Track “Birthday Song”

Listen to indie band The Greeting Committee new track “Birthday Song” off their new upcoming album THIS IS IT. “Birthday Song” was inspired by frontwoman Addie Sartino journal entry she written on her 16th birthday while writing “Birthday Song.” From a press release she descries her inspiration: “I was thinking about how your birthday begins to hold a Continue Reading

Austin City Limits ‘18 // Austin, TX 10.6.18

(Photo by Erika Goldring for BMI) The second day of the Austin City Limits Music Festival was delayed by stormy weather. When I arrived at the park it was thankfully no longer raining, but the threat of a storm still lurked in the background. Metallic was performing that evening, though, Continue Reading

Austin City Limits ’18 // Austin, TX 10.5.18

Photo by roho foto Image courtesy of Austin City Limits Music Festival Facebook Page My Austin City Limits (ACL) experience couldn’t have gotten off to a better start. After I missed my bus stop and walked all the way to the festival at Zilker park,  I wondered why Texas is Continue Reading