Michal Korzistka brings polish music to Austin in KUTX’s Studio 1A.
Korzistka has been sharing his gift of polish music with audiences for years, beautifully floating through classical pieces with a unique style. He has performed classical music across the world, including in the Chopin Mansion in Poland.
Michal Korzistka will be performing at the Polish Endowment Concert at the University of Texas in Austin on December 5. The event is donation-centered, so generosity is greatly appreciated.
Darlingside wants to endear your ears.
Straight out of Massachusetts, Darlingside is a four-man pop-folk swirl in a polished package. Since forming between college roommates, the band has built an impressive following and gained critical acclaim from The Rolling Stone, NPR and The Huffington Post. The group released their second album “Birds Say” in September.
Darlingside will be performing at The Cactus Cafe in Austin on December 5. Tickets are available online.
Burgess Meredith pays homage to their namesake with throwback style rock-pop-folk combinations.
Named after the late, great actor, Burgess Meredith has been spreading their sound across the Austin music scene. Made up of local music lovers, the talent of Burgess the band overflows into an undeniable melodic mashup that’s catching the attention of listeners from all over. The group is set to release their double-A side 7-inch vinyl on December 4.
Burgess Meredith will be throwing a vinyl release party at The Blackheart in Austin on December 4. The show is free to the public.
Migrant Kids find a home in Studio 1A.
Formed in Detroit by two cousins, Migrant Kids have been performing music together for 15 years. The duo teamed up with Bryan O’Flynn and released their debut album in 2013. The group self-described as a jungle rock band is building a buzz within the Austin music scene and are sure to find more success as they work toward the release of their second project.
Migrant Kids will be performing at The Parrish in Austin on December 5. Tickets are available online.
Dan Dyer puts his spin on country music live in KUTX Studio 1A.
Dan Dyer began recording and releasing music as a part of college-band “Breedlove” in 1996 and released his first solo effort in 2001. After a hiatus of nearly seven years, Dyer released his latest EP “Singing River Sessions” on October 16. The project is available online and at select retailers.
Dyer will be performing at An Evening of Dining and Listening at Winflow in Austin on December 3. Tickets are available online.