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Folk/Country

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Acclaimed Indie Americana Artist Amilia K Spicer Takes the Stage on 4/6/19!
Band name: 
Amilia K Spicer
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/amiliakspicermusic/
Venue name: 
McCabe’s Guitar Shop
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Rows Arc share sparse, potent debut single "Some Days," play at The Pit on April 19

Sara Olmstead had followed many an artful pursuit before she felt the confidence to direct her talents toward music. With a guitar in hand, Olmstead—who performs under the name Rows Arc alongside band members Jason Gagovski and Neeraj Kane—wrote a vast amount of folk songs thinking they would never see the light of day. "Some Days" was one of those songs. Defined by a sparse acoustic arrangement, "Days" unfolds its minimal layers of ambiance as Olmstead lets out a wistful, yet sultry croon. Its bare-bones structure makes her performance all the more potent, coursing through a haunting melody that is subtle in emotional expression.

"Some Days" is the first release off of Rows Arcs' forthcoming full-length, High on the Tide, out on March 29 via Hawthorne Street Recordings. The trio will perform at independent art gallery The Pit on April 19, which will also include some of Olmstead's multimedia installations. Check out the video for the track below. Juan Rodríguez

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The Deli / Delicious Audio Unofficial SX Show Day 1 (03.15)

We are happy to announce our return to Austin with not one but TWO live show during the famous music festival in the Texan city. The shows are linked to our Austin Synth and Pedal Expo, hosted on the third floor of very central venue Chuggin' Monkey.

This is a free show - RSVP HERE!

Here's the lineup and a playlist for the first night, on March 15, hosted at the Chuggin' Monkey's ground floor right on East 6th Street!

 

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M. Lockwood Porter releases passionate “Get Back to the Wild”

M. Lockwood Porter’s single off his forthcoming EP, Communion In The Ashes (out March 29, 2019) is a what a good folk-Americana song is supposed to be: it’s solid folksy rock infused with cultural heritage and the frustrations of our roots. Think Mountain Goats and Neutral Milk Hotel met the passion of There Will be Blood’s Eli--but less creepy, less religiously obsessed. After teaching in San Francisco for over a decade, Porter’s songwriting began to really reflect what he saw. He writes of the frustration of gentrification, of the sometimes heartless culture of change. In his own words, “The tech boom of the last 10 years has totally transformed the whole Bay Area and essentially made it a playground for the rich...Working-class folks and artists aren't welcome there anymore and this has manifested in rising housing costs, closure of music venues, and the proliferation of homeless tent cities.” His album is an angry-beautiful homage to the people of San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley. Give this song a listen, stay tuned for the full EP, and catch him at Amnesia on April 19. -Michelle Kicherer, Associate Editor

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Debut Maggot Museum EP Available for Streaming & Download

Shaina Joelle (of Anxiety Sludge) recently shared her debut EP What Did You Expect to Happen?, under the moniker Maggot Museum. Self-exploration and personal observation via a bedroom-folk backdrop creates an endearing, open, emotive sound. There’s a tranquil, catchy momentum to the songs that eases the melancholy experiences being depicted. It aches but in a cathartic, unburdening manner.

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