The lineup for the 2022 Austin City Limits Music Festival is here and features some big name bands as well as some quality up-and-comers.
After researching all the bands in this year’s line-up, we can foresee some epic moments… like the ones we’ve had at past concerts.
*** After researching the first day’s line-up for this year’s Governors Ball, we were ready to learn more about the acts playing Day 2. Included here are tunes by the likes of Halsey, BENEE, Gus Dapperton, Flume, almost monday, Joji, and more. There are a lot of different sounds here but somehow they all manage … Continue reading Two Can Play – The Day 2 Mix – 2022 Governors Ball Music Festival
*** Conrad Schuman and Stefanie Ku are creating sublime synth tunes under the name Beautiful Machines. We’ve heard two songs already – “Control” and “Survive” – and can’t wait for their album Singularity to drop this summer. The music of Beautiful Machines is redolent of sunny teenage days when the likes of New Order, Yaz, Depeche … Continue reading Singularity – Six Crucial Music Questions for Beautiful Machines
We saw this year’s Governors Ball line-up and we were intrigued. The reason? We weren’t so familiar with many of the bands.
Did you ever work on a project that lasted 10 years? Musician Nathan Leigh did, and it worth the effort and the wait.
First I saw Six and then American Utopia on Broadway, and more recently I went to see Big Band Holidays with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra.
We had to interview LP after hearing their new album called Churches, a collection of 15 sweeping dream-pop arrangements fronted by LP’s effervescent and enveloping voice.
Texas King crafts stirring tunes (sung by the phenomenal Jordan Macdonald) and plays extraordinarily tight — performing just as good live as they do on their albums.
Describing their sound as “a little bit of old and familiar mixed with alien, fantasy and the unexpected,” Lizzie and the Makers say that famed director David Lynch and his legendary Twin Peaks TV show influenced their latest album Dear Onda Wahl.