Picture this: You’re standing on soft green grass, swaying gently to the jaunty sounds of live alt-country music. As the light begins to turn buttery and warm, your friend hands you a tequila-spiked Topo Chico and you look around at the crowd, at everyone’s faces aglow with gratitude for the moment. No, you’re not hallucinating—you’re at the Trans-Pecos Festival of Music + Love.
Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 9, at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre Backyard Stage. $26-$30. Trans-Siberian Orchestra, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 16, at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena. On sale Friday, Sept. 17. Billy Prine & the Prine Time Band, 8 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 6, at the Ponte Vedra...
The 15th Trans-Pecos Festival of Music + Love, El Cosmico’s authentic music experience taking place in Marfa from Sept. 22-26, has officially announced its line-up. Those performing includes Sleater-Kinny, Parquet Courts, Paul Cauthen and Courtney Barnett. Additional acts scheduled include Rickie Lee Jones, Jade Bird, Meshell Ndegeocello, Caroline Rose, Ben Kweller, and El Cosmico Family Band with Robert Ellis and Friends.
St. Augustine Record
Fall festival season is underway in St. Augustine, with the Sing Out Loud Festival kicking things off on Sept. 10 and continuing each weekend through Sept. 26. The fifth annual event features more than 100 concerts taking place each Friday through Sunday in St. Augustine venues: The St. Augustine Amphitheatre; Colonial Oak Music Park; Sarbez; Shanghai Nobby’s; Dog Rose Brewing Co.; Art Studio at St. Augustine Beach; Sunday Everyday restaurant (backyard); Prohibition Kitchen; Cafe Eleven; the St. Augustine Distillery; the Flagler Health+ Village Pavilion at Nocatee; and the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall.
PARQUET COURTS – “WALKING AT A DOWNTOWN PACE”. Brooklyn-based rock collective Parquet Courts deliver an upbeat and moody answer to your alt-rock desires. With their first release since their 2018 record Wide Awake!, “Walking at a Downtown Pace” proves to be an absolute return to form for Parquet Courts. Electrifying percussion and grungy guitar help accompany lead singer, Andrew Savage’s, charming vocal qualities. The lyrics in “Walking at a Downtown Pace” tell the tale of someone adjusting back into the groove of city life after being isolated from its fast-paced environment, something many can relate to today. The heavier sound of this track makes it a perfect listen now that we’re adjusting out of summer into autumn.
As the release of Grammy-nominated Clinic’s ninth album, Fantasy Island, moves closer (due Oct 22nd), the duo is pleased to unveil their delirious cover of Ann Peebles’ “I Can’t Stand The Rain”. With a video directed by Emily Evans, Clinic describe the song as “a heartbreaking yet supremely uplifting cover...
TAMPA BAY, Fla. — Different parts of the world mark the arrival of fall in different ways. In some places, the changing colors of the local foliage produce breathtaking natural hues that draw admirers from miles around. In others, residents celebrate the harvest with festivals and carnivals. What You Need...
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TAMPA, Fla. — Gasparilla Music Festival, Tampa Bay’s premier annual multi-day, four-stage musicfest, announced its full lineup and schedule on Thursday, Sept. 9. GMF takes place Oct. 1-3 at downtown Tampa’s Curtis Hixon Riverfront Park. What You Need To Know. Gasparilla Music Festival takes place Oct. 1-3 at Curtis Hixon...
Liverpool post-punks Clinic are releasing a new album, Fantasy Island, on October 22 via Domino. Now they have shared its third single, which is a cover of Ann Peebles’ “I Can’t Stand the Rain.” The original was the title track to Peebles’ 1973 album of the same name. Clinic’s cover was shared via an Emily Evans-directed video. Watch it below, followed by the original version of the song.
Don't look now, but we're running out of 2021. Before it goes, though, here are 21 things to look forward to in Jacksonville and Northeast Florida:. 1. Sing Out Loud: 40 events — many of them free — are planned at a dozen St. Johns County venues from Sept. 10-28. Variety is the name of the game, with national acts (TLC, Parquet Courts, Cedric Burnside, Mayday Parade), local musicians, a poetry night, a record fair, a comedy show and a music-business seminar.
Raleigh Convergence is free, but it's not free to make. Raleigh Convergence only exists with your support. Consider becoming a member. Raleigh’s music festival, Hopscotch, is back for 2021, starting Thursday!. Wristbands are still available for the full festival and individual days. Here’s what to know about Hopscotch 2021:. An...
RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — Raleigh’s three-day Hopscotch Music Festival is set to kick off Thursday afternoon right downtown. The highly popular festival, which was canceled last year due to COVID-19, is being held amid a major surge in North Carolina’s COVID-19 metrics. On Wednesday, more than 4,700 new cases were...
The Parrots share the new single “It’s Too Late To Go To Bed,” the latest track from their upcoming album Dos, due out October 29th via Heavenly Recordings/[PIAS]. Dos was Produced by Tom Furse (The Horrors) and mixed by Claudius Mittendorfer (Parquet Courts, Weezer, Panic! At The Disco, Temples), the Parrots find themselves experimenting with modern production soundscapes and electronic grooves and the album includes the previous single Maldito (featuring Spanish rap artist C. Tangana).
Jacksonville Daily Record
For the first time in Northeast Florida history, you can drink a beer to help someone who has a civil legal issue but cannot afford to be represented by an attorney. Jacksonville Area Legal Aid is receiving a portion of the proceeds of sales of a new product from Intuition Ale Works that is sold in the craft brewer’s taproom Downtown.
Zoe is a StyleBlueprint staff writer, Charlotte native, Washington & Lee graduate and Nashville transplant of eight years. She teaches Pilates, helps manage recording artists and likes to "research" Germantown's food scene. Every year, autumn faithfully ushers in crisper temps, gorgeous fall foliage, and many an outdoor festival. As you’re...
This last week was a BIG week for Indies Only! Not only did Future Islands drop a new song but so did They Might Be Giants and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats!. Not to mention we had other new tracks from Parquet Courts, Wilderado, Villagers, and even Birmingham's Taylor Hollingsworth!
On episode 7, we have a lengthy chat about all the hype surrounding Kanye West’s latest album Donda & its listening events… and who we believe will ultimately have the better album this year between Ye, Drake, and Kendrick Lamar. We also chat with Pursuit Of Dopeness’ own Jack Dombro...