Rice Moorehead and His Ladies debuted their new song, “Wonderful,” at day two of the 2013 edition of the Austin Corn Lovers Fiesta, held at Infest (formerly Antone’s). Day two was a benefit, raising funds to help the legendary Gary Floyd of The Dicks.
“Just One Dance” is the new lyric video from Scarlet Kill’s forthcoming EP, Serenade Syndrome. The three brothers and a friend have developed a raucous reputation for their killer live shows and onstage intensity.
Not limited by language, Kagero delves into their Polish roots with this take on Wilki and Robert Gawliński’s “Nie Stało Się Nic” (translates to “There Was Nothing”).
Take a ride through San Antonio with Piñata Protest’s new video for “La Cucaracha,” from the band’s new album El Valiente (Cosmica Records, Saustex Media). Shot and directed by award winning filmmaker Jim Mendiola, the video packs over 1,000 still photographs and 144 rubber roaches into a warp speed tour through the streets of the band’s West Side neighborhood…
YouTube queens Jayesslee offer their beautiful harmonies and a mellow acoustic interpretation of Psy’s mega hit “Gangnam Style.”
For once, a YouTube comment is helpful and not written by a methed-up 14-year old: “The Beaumonts have a new record out called Where Do You Want It. This is the first track under the more family-friendly title, “I Like Drinkin’.”
“Keep the Wolves Away” depicts one family’s struggle, having a breadwinner working in the dangerous world that is the oil refining industry. The video takes the viewer through the family’s home, then on to an Uncle Lucius live performance at Austin’s renowned Saxon Pub.
Black Angel Down descended upon Austin, Texas for last week’s South By Southwest music festival bringing with them their brand new video, “Wind.” The band’s showcase, sponsored by Land Shark Promotion Studio, went down just before midnight on Saturday night in front of a packed house at Bayou Lounge on Austin’s legendary Sixth Street.
Friends, then musical partners, and now label owners Angel/DeLundon work with director Alvin Elmore to create a stark, honest visual representation of their song “Can’t Stay Away.”
A musical duo that dates back three decades has released a video for their latest effort, “Good As Advertised.”
Cry Babies are an American country/rockabilly band who perform annually at Berlin’s Roadrunners Paradise Race 61 Festival. They’ll hit Austin, Texas in 2013 during South By Southwest.
The Copper Gamins are raw, dirty punk. Energy. Emotion. Loud. With “Oh Girl,” the band rocks out in the time-honored rock duo tradition pioneered by The White Stripes.
From Eritrea to Germany, and now traveling around the globe, Fetsum infuses his music with his personal worldly experience and exposure to numerous genres of music. “Waiting For You” may well be his breakthrough single that establishes his name in the United States.
“I’m That Guy” is another entertaining single from Post Trauma, a Jagermeister-sponsored band from Fullerton, California that play their own brand of “California Country” (watch ‘til the end for the outtakes).
Pea and Quid are two animated characters that provide visual entertainment during videos from your favorite bands. Here, in Pea And Quid: Episode #4, the duo encounters all variety of things including trains, animals, and aliens.
Pia Dean’s latest release is “Another Maybe,” featuring Caroline Langford on vocals. The song is a remix of her debut single “Maybe,” released in 2011. This video was shot by indie filmmaker Tom Martin.
Haitian born Young Slay has seen poverty and hunger, and conveys his message in the powerful and deftly produced “In My Belly.”
Robert Davis (aka Recycled Sounds) creates the video, lyrics, beats, and entire concept for his dark conceptual hip-hop track, “Carried Away in 1979.”
King D Royalty is a multi-faceted rapper, writer, singer, producer out of Tallahassee. “Swagger” is his latest.
Mike and the Moonpies are one of the busiest bands around right now. This video for “Glory” gives you a taste of their sound, but their live show is impressive enough to take-in in-person. The video was produced and directed by JJ Castillo at Jose Jones Films at a live recording session for ND Sessions at the ND at 501 Studios Austin, Texas.
Goldie Hans is the transvestite alter-ego of Glambilly’s frontman Hans Frank. In “I Must Be The Devil,” Goldie explains why he/she is, in fact, Satan.
Canadian singer/songwriter Corb Lund works as many puns as possible into this fun little ditty about…well…balls.
To get a video recorded for his song “I’m a Living Witness,” Austin rapper Fudge took a tripod around the city and directed & edited the video himself.
The Hickoids have been spewing their cow-punk around Central Texas for as long as anyone can remember. Today they kick as much ass as ever, as evidenced by this August 2012 show at The White Horse in Austin, Texas.