My KUTX: Israel Nash


My KUTX: Israel Nash

Posted by on Jul 20, 2018

Photo by Stephanie Tracy/KUTX

Israel Nash is a big fan of community. In addition to the several albums he’s made with his ever-evolving band, Nash has played with the Bright Light Social Hour and thrown an inclusive SXSW party at his Dripping Springs ranch the past few years. Lifted, Nash’s fifth album (out July 27), beams with this neighborly feeling, putting a Hill Country spin on psychedelic rock.

We’re pleased to have him back as our guest DJ, spinning an hour of music that’s currently obsessed him. That includes everything from old soul and George Harrison’s Wall of Sound to the music his Austin friends are making at the moment. Hear Israel Nash’s My KUTX on Saturday, July 21, 6 to 7 p.m. or anytime at the bottom of the page. Nash also plays Studio 1A on July 26 at 3 p.m. and the Scoot Inn on July 27.

–Art Levy // producer, My KUTX


[intro music: Israel Nash – “Rolling On”]

1. The Who – “Who Are You”

2. Beck – “The Golden Age”

3. Them – “Here Comes The Night”

4. Little Feat – “Willin’”

5. Bobby “Blue” Bland – “Ain’t No Love In The Heart Of The City”

6. Black Pumas – “Black Moon Rising”

7. George Harrison – “My Sweet Lord”

8. Erika Wennerstrom – “Time”

9. Wilco – “I Am Trying To Break Your Heart”

10. Harry Nilsson – “I’d Rather Be Dead”

11. Jackson Browne – “For Everyman”

My KUTX: Night Glitter

Artist of the Month

My KUTX: Night Glitter

Posted by on Jul 13, 2018

Night Glitter is the KUTX Artist of the Month for July. John Michael Schepf (L) and LouLou Ghelichkhani (center) are the guest DJs. Photo by Gabriel C. Pérez/KUTX.

Night Glitter’s two principals have really interesting musical resumes. LouLou Ghelichkhani sings with Thievery Corporation, and John Michael Schepf has played bass with Roky Erickson, Hayes Carll, and the Happen-Ins. As Night Glitter, the pair bring some dreaminess to the Austin scene with a debut EP called, unsurprisingly, Hangin’ On A Dream. We’re excited to have them guest DJ this week on My KUTX, digging deep into their shared influences. Those include everything from Austin psych-rock legends and Thievery collaborators to German electronic pioneers and even some weird country music thrown in for good measure. Hear Night Glitter’s My KUTX on Saturday, July 14, 6 to 7 p.m. or anytime at the bottom of the page. Night Glitter also plays Cheer Up Charlie’s on August 8.

–Art Levy // producer, My KUTX


[intro music: Night Glitter – “Believe”]

1. The 13th Floor Elevators – “Roller Coaster”

2. Edan – “Making Planets” (feat. Mr. Lif)

3. Nick Nicely – “On The Beach – The Ladder Descends”

4. Broadcast – “Black Cat”

5. Stereolab – “Percolator”

6. Harmonia – “Watussi”

7. Brian Eno – “Burning Airlines Give You So Much More”

8. Richard Hell & The Voidoids – “Love Comes In Spurts”

9. Alex Chilton – “I Wish I Could Meet Elvis”

10. David Bowie – “Suffragette City”

11. Ronnie Wood – “Mystifies Me”

12. Serge Gainsbourg – “Les locataires”

13. Mazzy Star – “Blue Light”

14. George Harrison – “Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)”

My KUTX: Home Slice Pizza


My KUTX: Home Slice Pizza

Posted by on Jul 6, 2018

Photo by Andrea Garcia/KUTX

Since 2005, Home Slice Pizza has served as Austin’s very own slice of New York-style heaven, via the ever-popular flagship on South Congress and now with a new location on North Loop. This week on My KUTX, we’re handing the keys over to Home Slice’s Joseph Strickland, Jen Strickland, and Jeff Mettler as they spin their favorite New York punk and hip-hop. Hear the episode on Saturday, July 7, 6 to 7 p.m. or anytime at the bottom of the page.

–Art Levy // producer, My KUTX

1. Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five – “It’s Nasty”

2. David Bowie – “Fame”

3. Big Daddy Kane – “Ain’t No Half-Steppin’”

4. Michael Jackson – “Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough”

5. A Tribe Called Quest – “Can I Kick It?”

6. Boogie Down Productions – “Poetry”

7. Blondie – “Rapture”

8. Run-DMC – “Hard Times”

9. Ramones – “Judy Is A Punk”

10. Beastie Boys – “Shake Your Rump”

11. Eric B. & Rakim – “Eric B. Is President”

12. The Velvet Underground – “After Hours”

My KUTX: Memory Keepers


My KUTX: Memory Keepers

Posted by on Jun 29, 2018

Photo by Vineet Gordhandas

Amarah Ulghani and Jared Boulanger have been making music in Austin for ten years with their pop/rock outfit the Sour Notes, but recently the two changed course, diving deep into dance music, and Memory Keepers is the duo’s electronic outlet. The group has a 7″ single to its name and a full-length debut on the way, but for now, you can catch them on their upcoming tour and on My KUTX this week. Listen to Memory Keepers’ electronically-inspired guest DJ set on Saturday, June 30, 6 to 7 p.m. or anytime at the bottom of the page.

–Art Levy // producer, My KUTX


[intro music: Memory Keepers – “No Distractions]

1. The Notwist – “One With The Freaks”

2. Air – “Remember”

3. Brian Eno – “The Big Ship”

4. Underworld – “Dirty Epic”

5. Aphex Twin – “IZ-US”

6. Massive Attack – “Unfinished Sympathy”

7. New Order – “Temptation” (12″ version)

8. Magazine – “Parade”

9. Beach House – “Gila”

10. Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark – “Stanlow”

My KUTX: Stewart Vanderwilt


My KUTX: Stewart Vanderwilt

Posted by on Jun 22, 2018

Photo by Julia Reihs/KUTX

For eighteen years, Stewart Vanderwilt has served as the director of KUT and KUTX, helping create an award-winning news team, our fancy new digs, and giving us music nerds our own spot on the radio dial to stretch our legs. But with Vanderwilt moving on to greener, more mountainous pastures, we’re turning the keys over to him one last time. This week on My KUTX, Vanderwilt takes a trip down memory lane, playing an hour of his all-time favorite live performances he caught in our Studio 1A over the years. Happy trails, Stewart! Hear My KUTX on Saturday, June 23, 6 to 7 p.m. or anytime at the bottom of the page.

–Art Levy // producer, My KUTX


1. Eliza Gilkyson – “Borderline”

2. Jimmie Dale Gilmore – “Imagine”

3. The Flatlanders – “One Road More”

4. The Bright Light Social Hour – “Detroit”

5. Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats – “I Need Never Get Old”

6. Sweet Spirit – “If You Wanna”

7. Lizzo – “Good As Hell”

8. Allen Toussaint – “Southern Nights”

9. My Jerusalem – “Born In The Belly”

10. Spanish Gold – “Out In The Street”

11. Black Pistol Fire – “Run Rabbit”

12. Patty Griffin & Robert Plant – “Ohio”

13. Shinyribs – “Sweet Potato”