Young the Giant played two nights of sold out shows at Stubb’s. Their newest album “Home of the Strange” took center stage, but they made sure to show love to classics from their first album, like “Cough Syrup” and “Apartment.”
To avoid combining Thanksgiving, finals and Christmas into one big stress sandwich, the ORANGE music team has assembled a medley of tunes perfect for long car rides and walks around your Aunt Patty’s neighborhood.
Moving Panoramas is a dream gaze project that will do anything but put you to sleep. The all-female group originated in Austin. Their lineup includes songwriter, vocalist and guitarist Leslie Sisson, drummer Karen Skloss, and bassist Jolie Cota Flink.
Despite the rain wiping out half of the last day, the festival definitely lived up to the high expectations of disappointed Fun Fun Fun Fest fans, and ORANGE was there to capture some of its best moments.
While bands usually describe touring as one endless party, some may wonder about the experiences and adventures that don’t fall under “the best of times." To gain insight on these tales, ORANGE polled local Austin musicians for their weirdest, funniest and most horrifying tour stories.
All emcees welcome– this is the essential belief behind Austin Mic Exchange. Founded in 2012, AMX started as a weekly hip-hop open mic night at Spider House Ballroom. Along with the weekly program, the group acts as an events booking company and support network for local artists.
I often wonder if “don’t judge a book by it’s cover” applies to albums. From band portraits to concept illustrations, I decided to dig up some bottom-dwellers in the CD clearance section to test my cover-examining skills.