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Hurray for the Riff Raff and Waxahatchee, 4/28/2018, Levitation, Mohawk, Austin, Photos – Write-up

Written and Photos by Bang Ho

The closing night of Levitation at the Mohawk was a perfect night of female empowerment with Hurray for the Riff Raff and Waxahatchee on the bill.  Hurray for the Riff Raff’s Alynda Segarra masterfully blends her smooth crooning melodies with calls to address the myriad of ailments that plague the fabric of our society.  Waxahatchee is the solo project of Katie Crutchfield joined by her sister Allison and band. There were countless beautiful guitars on stage, with Allison on keys as well as joining on guitar depending on the song.  Katie ended the set alone on stage with an acoustic guitar singing the song Fade, as the lights fading nothing as the show ended.

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Stella Donnelly – SXSW 2018 Top 20

Stella Donnelly (Perth, Australia) – razor sharp vocals mixed with bone chilling lyrics. SXSW Schedule Bio from sxsw.com: Stella Donnelly was raised between Morriston, Swansea in Wales and the burbs of Quinns Rocks, Western Australia. Donnelly got her start singing Greenday songs in her Aussie high school rock band, eventually turning her interest to jazz and contemporary as…

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Music Felon’s Favorite Albums and EPs of 2017

What a great year in music, these are some of the best albums we have heard!

 

Airways – Starting to Spin

Alex Cameron – Forced Witness

alt-J – RELAXER

Barns Courtney – The Attractions of Youth

Beans On Toast – Cushty

Big Thief – Capacity

Black Pistol Fire – Deadbeat Graffiti

Bleachers – Gone Now

Bonaparte – The Return Stravinsky Wellington

Brick + Mortar – Dropped Again

Dan Reeder – Nobody Wants to be You

Declan McKenna – What Do You Think About The Car?

Diet Cig – Swear I’m Good At This

The Digital Wild – Tall as Trees

Flint Eastwood – Broke Royalty

Foster The People – Sacred Hearts Club

The Front Bottoms – Going Grey

Hippo Campus – Landmark

IDLES – Brutalism

Sufjan Stevens, Bryce Dessner, Nico Muhly, James McAlister – Planetarium

Knox Hamilton – The Heights

Low Cut Connie – Dirty Pictures

Maggie Rodgers – Now That The Light Is Fading

MAGIC GIANT – In The Wind

Margo Price – All American Made

Matt Maeson – Who Killed Matt Maeson

Mother Mother – No Culture

The Mountain Goats – Marsh Witch Visions

The Mountain Goats – Goths

The Mynabirds – BE HERE NOW

New Politics – Lost in Translation

The New Pornographers – Whiteout Conditions

Nnamdi Ogbonnaya – DROOL

Otis the Destroyer – Keep Bashing

Overcoats – Young

Poppy – Poppy.Computer

Portugal. The Man – Woodstock

Quiet Company – Your Husband, the Ghost

QUIX – Heaps Cool

Randy Newman – Dark Matter

Rostam – Half-Light

Rude Kid – Monsters

Yusuf / Cat Stevens – The Laughing Apple

 

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Music Felon’s Favorite Music Videos of 2017

Our favorite music videos of 2017, some may even say the best of 2017   Watsky – Exquisite Corpse Run The Jewels – Call Ticketron Open Mike Eagle – Hymnal (feat. Sammus) Avey Tare – Ms. Secret Tuvaband – Eventually Silence Caroline Rose – Money AWOLNATION – Seven Sticks of Dynamite Moon Honey – Betta…

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Music Felon’s Favorite Songs of 2017

An eclectic mix of the songs we could not stop listening to 2018.   Family – Mother Mother Step into the Darkness – Said The Whale Polyamory – Bonaparte 3WW – alt-J Hate That You Know Me – Bleachers Juice – Lady Leshurr Confetti – Satellite Stories Die Young – Sylvan Esso Radio – Sylvan…

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Molly Burch, 12/22/2017, Stubbs, Austin, Photos – Write-up

Written and Photos by Bang Ho Molly Burch‘s strong soulful voice boomed in the Stubbs Jr venue, bringing to life an era of music not oft remembered.  A cross of the Nashville sound with a touch of surf rock/lounge, Molly’s voice conjured sounds of singers like Dusty Springfield and Patsy Cline with a feeling of sorrow…

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