With fewer words and a lot more synth, Ramirez proves his songwriting chops stretch beyond roots music.
With their fourth record, the Austin septet solidifies their place as one of the hardest-working, hardest-drinking, and most compelling acts in the state.
The Austin singer-songwriter releases a new track exclusively with 'Texas Monthly.'
A premiere of "Doin' What You Do," from Delbert McClinton's forthcoming album, 'Prick of the Litter.'
The drummers for the Old 97’s, the Polyphonic Spree, and the Deathray Davies unite—on different instruments—for a new album.
The Houston folkies have a message for some heartbreak.
The sixties pop throwback you didn’t know you needed in 2016.
The Dallas-based rockers bring a banjo to a guitar-rock fight.
The North Texas weirdo drops a frenetic track from his forthcoming album in an exclusive song premiere.
A one-take music video from an Austin duo for your melancholy Monday mood.
After ten years out of the game, Black is back. Get an advance listen to two tracks from the new album, On Purpose.
The singer-songwriter brings a song he didn't write to a Ted Hawkins tribute album.
The Austin folk-punk trio have a twangy take on change, aging, and gentrification that's equal parts Neil Young and your bitter uncle.
A new song from Austin’s indie pop quartet looks at life, time’s passage, and starting over in a new song from their new EP.
The electro-punk three-piece from Austin answer our new song premiere Q&A and resolve the question, Is this the best song you ever wrote?
The King of Country joins Asleep at the Wheel for a classic by the King of Western Swing from the band’s new tribute album.
The Port Arthur natives take their outlaw country stomp back to their roots.
Austin’s Hello Caller brings a jangly, shuffling beat to the singles series from startup label Violent Films.
Cross Canadian Ragweed, Reckless Kelly, and Micky and the Motorcars members join forces for a song that pays tribute to a “member of [their] musical family.”
Amy Poehler's favorite Austin teen band has an EP on the way—here's a taste.
The Austin indie rockers bring some low-end—and a nod to Westeros—in the first single from their new album, Transgressor.
As the surf-pop quartet ready their first album, they drop a new track and a lot of Texas music knowledge in the form of a Spotify playlist.
On their new single, the Austin-based rockers draw some inspiration from Tom Petty.
The Dallas singer/songwriter takes on Phosphorescent's sad love song—and others—on his new album.
The wizened songwriter says "it's a good time to put it out" of his song about capturing Nashville.
The story of the man who was turned to steel in the great magnetic wheel with big, meaty guitar riffs, thumping drums and—a funky horn section?
The Austin band preps its debut album with a bluesy, groove-heavy bit of heartache.
The Austin-based musician has spent time playing with Shearwater and the Low Lows, and he's paired one of the prettier tracks on his forthcoming solo debut with this creepy, fascinating video.
If you like your country twang with a whole lot of rock and roll to it, give a listen to the new song from the this quintet's forthcoming album.