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Landry Taylor

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We've had some amazing performers passing through Austin lately, and a few have even treated us to intimate shows before (and after) their gigs in town. So, if you missed Charlie Mars, Vance Joy or Echosmith when they were here, now is your chance to relive their performances...
Once again, we've made it through another year of Austin City Limits Music Festival, and this year was one for the books. We all welcomed the cooler weather (even if it meant dealing with mud on a massive scale), enjoyed performances that were even better than the week before,...
Yesterday, Lorde killed it at her only appearance during the two weekends of ACL Festival and final stop of her North American tour. But before she hit the RetailMeNot stage before thousands of people, she stopped by our tent backstage to chat with Andy and Kristen about...
As you may know already, KGSR broadcasts live from Threadgill's the first Friday and Saturday of the Austin City Limits Music Festival, and this year we may have outdone ourselves. We were treated to live performances and interviews from some of the festival's artists, like...
Your wristbands have come in the mail, you asked off from work on Friday, and your excitement levels have surpassed little butterflies and are full-sized pelicans now. It's finally ACL weekend one! But regardless if you’re a long-time veteran of ACL Festival or this is your...
Ask any Austinite what their favorite thing about living in Austin is, and you'll find that more often than not, their answer is the fact that on any given night of the week you can find local musicians playing their hearts out. Live music has come to be an integral part of the...
Today's #ThrowbackThursday features Jim Morrison accurately predicting the future of music, t hanks to a Reddit thread posted Wednesday. The year was 1969, according to the thread, and he forcasts that electronics would play a big role in the music Americans are listening to...
Death Cab for Cutie co-founder, Chris Walla, played his last show ever with the indie-rock band on Saturday night at the Rifflandia Festival in Victoria, British Columbia. Appropriately enough, the last song he played with the band was "Marching Bands of Manhattan," a ballad...
U2 shocked the world today when they released their first album in five years, Songs of Innocence for free (yes, you read that correctly) during the #AppleLive event. Obviously, you have to have an iTunes account. But for those that do, the album is available right this second...