Author: Jenna Khakoo

Lando Drops ‘Inhale’ Wiz Khalifa Remix

Landon Reichle just dropped his remix of Wiz Khalifa’s “Inhale,” which is the first of many from his revamped solo project, Lando. Through his solo project, Reichle hopes to explore a new, unique sound that will connect with audiences across multiple genres. Reichle has been working on solo content for a few years, but up […]

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Bottoms Up: Decadence AZ

While we often buy tickets to see our favorite musicians, festivals offer the perfect opportunity to broaden our music schemas and fall in love with new artists. Festivals feature both the biggest names in music (and on the lineup) and artists that are on the brink of greatness (and just a little bit further down […]

All ATX Supports Local Musicians through Benefit Concert

On October 29, local musician-focused nonprofit, All ATX, held their annual benefit concert at Auditorium Shores to help Austin continue its vibrant legacy as one of the best cities for musicians. All ATX began about five years ago with real estate giant, Gary Keller, of Keller Williams Realty. Keller realized that he was benefitting from […]

Bottoms Up: Goldrush Music Festival

While we often buy tickets to see our favorite musicians, festivals offer the perfect opportunity to broaden our music schemas and fall in love with new artists. Festivals feature both the biggest names in music (and on the lineup) and artists that are on the brink of greatness (and just a little bit further down […]

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Bottoms Up: Voodoo Music Festival

While we often buy tickets to see our favorite musicians, festivals offer the perfect opportunity to broaden our music schemas and fall in love with new artists. Festivals feature both the biggest names in music (and on the lineup) and artists that are on the brink of greatness (and just a little bit further down […]

Bottoms Up: Austin City Limits

While we often buy tickets to see our favorite musicians, festivals offer the perfect opportunity to broaden our music schemas and fall in love with new artists. Festivals feature both the biggest names in music (and on the lineup) and artists that are on the brink of greatness (and just a little bit further down […]

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Bottoms Up: Imagine Music Festival

Imagine Music Festival always boasts a diverse lineup, and this year is no different. The 2017 lineup features multiple genres of music by artists from around the globe. While some of these artists are the biggest names in music (and on the lineup), others are on the brink of greatness (and just a bit further […]

Manila Killa and Robotaki’s Tour is Headed to Austin

After the success of their single, “I Want You,” Manila Killa and Robotaki are hitting the road and co-headlining a tour. The chemistry between Manila Killa and Robotaki is sure to draw crowds at their shows around the United States. They stop by Austin on Thursday, September 21 at Kingdom.  BUY TICKETS Earlier this summer, […]

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Imagine Music Festival: Independent, Adventurous & Genuine

We got the chance to speak with the founders of Imagine Music Festival in Atlanta, Madeleine and Glenn Goodhand, about the festival’s roots, growth & challenges, the future, their favorite IMF moments and even their favorite artists on this year’s lineup.  The electronic/funk camping music & arts festival is one of the few gems of […]

Five Local Artists You Need to See at Float Fest

This year’s Float Fest features a multitude of talent from Austin, Texas. While the genres and sounds for each artist may be different, you can expect all of them to bring a lively, engaging performance to Float Fest. Here’s a list of five artists you can’t miss. A-Town Getdown What: Groovy Funk and Soul When: […]

Five Artists to See at Float Fest

Our first Float Fest recommendation would be to grab a tube, a cold drink, some sunscreen and hit the river to float. Afterwards, check out the following artists. BUY FLOAT FEST TICKETS Girl Talk What: Sample-Based Dance Music Where: Water Stage When: Saturday from 9:05 – 10:05 Why: Gregg Gillis is going to make the […]

FPSF Day 2 Picks

Who: Cherry Glazerr What: Grungy Rock When: 12:00 – 12:40 Where: Saturn Stage Why: Lead vocalist, Clementine Cheevy, hauntingly croons over distinctively rock ’n’ roll guitar riffs to create the magic that is Cherry Glazerr. Since their formation, the band has racked up some pretty big accomplishments. In 2014, Hedi Slimane, the then creative director […]

FPSF 2017: Day 1 Picks

Who: Hurray for the Riff Raff What: Lyrical Folk-Blues When: 1:20 – 2:10 Where: Budweiser Stage Why: Alynda Segarra began her music career by running away from her Bronx home at 17 years old, and she’s come a long way since then. Segarra has released multiple albums as Hurray for the Riff Raff, toured the […]

Free Press Summer Fest: Preview

Houston’s Free Press Summer Fest returns to the downtown area for another music-filled weekend. This year’s festival boasts more than 55 musicians, local art installations and plenty of merchandise and food vendors. General Admission, VIP and Platinum tickets are still on the official website. Finally, FPSF is back at its original home, Eleanor Tinsely Park! […]