After the cancellation of 2019’s River City Rockfest, yesterday’s news came as little surprise… is it time for a revolution in the festival world? Click through for more.
From the sexy, gritty Maryann Cotton to the unbridled revelry of rock/rally heavyweights Black Smoke Sinners – or the dangerous, dirty and delicious Black Heart Saints – what a way to wrap a Sunday. 2020’s take on Black Sunday, that is.
Foo Fighters have just announced a 25th Anniversary “Van Tour” commemorating humble beginnings of their 1995 tour. Starting in Phoenix, Az, they’ll also hit Albuquerque, Okla…
Photography & Show Review: Kail Rose On my way home, I found a couple of their songs on Spotify and clicked play. They were right to recommend them – energetic rock reminiscent of Zeppelin and Aerosmith, with incredible vocals and catchy lyrics. This was everything a hit was made of. I followed, kept them onContinue reading “Show Review: Dirty Honey, Parish Austin”
This weekend saw yet another successful CobraCast Birthday Bash Slamboree at Come and Take It Live… starring School of Rock, 99 Crimes, Roc Holiday, Black Heart Saints, Madam Radar, Three33, Vallejo, Dirty Wormz and Dangerous Toys it was a nonstop high-octane birthday blowout for Bobby Sharron and the CobraCast. Bobby has been a pivotal figure in the music industry here in Austin for many years – from his successfulContinue reading “Cobracast Birthday bash 2020”
The inaugural festival drew rock and metal fans from
across the US for an unforgettable weekend of incredible music. Exit 111 brought cult classic favorites, peppered the weekend with the biggest stars in today’s rock world and introduced some ‘newbies’ of the highest caliber.
On a chilly Thursday evening, Scoot Inn played host to an indie rock pairing of epic proportions. Selling out the intimate outdoor venue, Wilderado and Mt. Joy brought their unique, upbeat indie flavors to an adoring crowd for an all-too-short evening of great live music. Wilderado kickstarts the night with a laid-back set, beer-in-hand. InfamouslyContinue reading “Wilderado & Mt. Joy Play a sold-out show at Scoot Inn, Austin TX”
When I learned about the Sublime – Michael Franti – Common Kings show set for August 1st at Stubbs Waller Creek, I knew this was one I couldn’t miss. A true 90’s kid, Sublime were a favorite of mine growing up. Despite tragic overdoses, lineup changes and then a precipitated name change, Sublime with RomeContinue reading “Sublime with Rome, Michael Franti & Common Kings”
Story & Photography by Kail Rose We recently sat down with Des Rocs at the House of Blues in Dallas during his supporting leg of The Struts’ Young and Dangerous tour. In an endearingly perfect New York accent, he shares with us his passion for unbridled rock music. “My goal is to ignite an unapologeticContinue reading “Des Rocs: modern rock’s unassuming revolutionary”