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Walker Lukens plays SX tomorrow (03.13) + talks about gear on Delicious Audio

One of the most creative singer/songwriters to claim Texas as home, Walker Lukens has put in the time to get where he is.  Eclectic pop ditties exude from his pores, and at the recent Float Fest he proved to have one of the hottest live shows in the Austin music scene. Walker Lukens will perform at SXSW tomorrow (03.13) at Cheer Up Charlies. Check out this interview he gave to our sister blog Delicious Audio about gear and the creative process. - Lee Ackerley

Buzz Alert: Cool Company plays Elsewhere 03.10

Cool Company's 2016 album, Slice of Paradise, is a salient and smooth piece of R&B/neo soul and hip-hop fusion. Each song is rife with enticing percussion, hypnotic melodies and deceptively intricate, jazz-like chord progressions. The album is appealing and original, a testament to Cool Company's potential for greatness. The band will be bringing their smooth sound to at Elsewhere on 03.18, alongside Argonaut & Wasp and Miles Francis. Check out "Slice of Paradise" below! - Ethan Ames

New Surprise Shamir LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

While we were already expecting a new 7" single release from Shamir today, the fearless, prolific, multi-talented artist also dropped a surprise LP, Resolution, from the ether for our listening enjoyment. The album takes hold from the very start, with the powerfully empathetic "I Can't Breathe," before opening the door for a much-needed look inward, for both the artist and listener. Shamir's continued songwriting maturation is quite evident with his latest, no-hype-needed release. 

New Video: "You Came" (Live - Swell Tone Session) - Sixteen Jackies

One finds him/herself in a relaxed seductive haunt as Sixteen Jackies perform “You Came” for a Swell Tone session. Draped in blue and pink lighting, the band feels at home on stage. However, the alternative white/grey of the empty warehouse stirs up some ghosts.  Sixteen Jackies' double EP Movie Was Bad/Mascula is due out on May 4 via Philly's own Born Losers Records, which you can preorder HERE. In the mean time, you catch them next in Philly on Wednesday, March 21 at Bourbob & Branch, with Stereo League and Monogold.

Dick Stusso plays Santa Cruz, CA Thursday 3.08, SXSW next week

Dick Stusso is a characteras in, a fictional person. Nic Russo, on the other hand, has been crafting melodies and songs and successfully entertaining close friends and families for years. They took notice of an obvious talent, collecting live performances and stems and eventually was coerced into completing the albums Nashville Dreams and Sings the Blues. In the two years since, Russo's Stusso project has garnered lots of attention and in January 2018, the Oakland, CA based musician was signed to Sup Pop Records' Hardly Art imprint. Check out the first single from his upcoming record, In Heaven, below. Stusso plays Thursday, March 08 in Santa Cruz, CA at The Catalyst Atrium and his tour worms its way to Austin for SXSW in two weeks. - Joshua Huver, Photograph by Cara Robbins


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