The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion brings their high energy rock 'n' roll show to The Mohawk in Austin, Texas. The trio's guitar, bass and drums exploded our heads at this show, so just beware of that and hold onto your noggin (or don't!) during this 1.5 hours of experimental rockin' goodness!
Kylesa played it cool as they took the stage at Mohawk in Austin, Texas, one of many stops during the tour promoting their newest album, Ultraviolet. Fans shouted their favorite lyrics, swayed to the lucid tones of Phillip Cope's theremin, and banged their heads to the power chords and bass lines. Kylesa put on one of the most captivating shows seen on a Mohawk stage, don't miss it!
Royal Teeth came out of SXSW with a hoard of newly obsessed fans and the electrified crowd at The Parish in Austin, Texas is all the evidence you need. Check out this performance filled with spirit, whimsy, and glee, highlighting such songs as "For Keeps," "Hold Me," and "Wild." Do not allow this group to skip your radar!
Georgia natives STS9 stormed the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park after Umphrey's McGee's set, taking the energy to a whole other level. The beautiful "Breathe In" was perfectly placed in the set. Buy the full show DVD, Blu-ray or download at TourGigs.com!
The Neighbourhood puts on one hell of a show. It's so good inf fact, they don't even need color! Check out this exclusive live performance of such songs as "Female Robbery," "Sweater Weather," and "Afraid." Shot at Emo's in Austin, Texas, this is one to fest your eyes and ears upon!
It's a KGSR tradition to have Bob Schneider close out one of the live broadcasts during SXSW and 2014 is no different. Performing "Dirty Feeling" and "Into the Sun" live at the W Hotel, here is Austin's own Bob Schneider.
St. Paul & the Broken Bones burst with energy in an early morning slot for KGSR at the W Hotel, bringing people to their feet and an unmistakable sense of joy throughout the room. Check out this live performance of "Call Me" and "Broken Bones and Pocket Change," at SXSW 2014.
Channy Leaneagh, the voice behind Polica, plays a motel housekeeper in this video for "I Need $$ / So Leave" from the band's acclaimed album 'Shulamith.' Dressed in her uniform, along with high heels and headphones, Channy tidies up rooms at the motel because she doesn't need a man - and she's not surprisingly fascinated by a female musician (and her belongings) staying at the place.
ZZ Ward brings a warm vibe to KGSR in Austin, Texas. The lucky audience snaps their fingers and sways to the dulcet tones of "Charlie Ain't Home," "Put the Gun Down," "Last Love Song," and "368 Days." And in a short interview, she reveals the unexpected turns her life has taken this year and how lovely it is to be in Austin without South by Southwest.
Looking out into this crowd, you would have thought it was a ZZ Ward convention rather than the KGSR live broadcast during SXSW 2014. ZZ Ward kicks it up a notch with "365 Days" and "Last Love Song," bringing everyone to their feet in admiration.
John Roderick of The Long Winters sits down with Roxwel prior to their CMJ showcase where they perform their 2003 album 'When I Pretend To Fall' in it's entirety. John discusses the albums origins as well as the original tour and CMJ showcase where The Long Winters performed with Nada Surf and Death Cab For Cutie.