My KUTX: Croy & The Boys


My KUTX: Croy & The Boys

Posted by on Jan 20, 2017

Corey Baum is the singer and guitarist for the Austin country outfit Croy & The Boys, whose Adrian Quesada-produced debut hit a nice sweet spot late last year. Baum originally hails from Ohio, but his songwriting owes a debt to Doug Sahm. He’s able to stew together both Texan and Mexican influences in a respectful and celebratory way, and Baum’s guest DJ set is a true celebration too. Over the course of the hour, Baum goes from a pot-smoking teenager hooked on psychedelia to a Houston rap acolyte. Tune in on Saturday, January 21 or listen anytime at the bottom of the page.

–Art Levy // producer, My KUTX


[intro music: Croy & The Boys – “Leaving’s The Last Thing”]

1. David Bowie – “Space Oddity”

2. The Velvet Underground – “White Light/White Heat”

3. Otis Redding – “Change Gonna Come”

4. D’Angelo – “Send It On”

5. The Replacements – “Bastards Of Young”

6. Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers – “My Jeans”

7. Waylon Jennings – “Honky Tonk Heroes”

8. Roger Miller – “Tall Tall Trees”

9. Los Tigres del Norte – “Somos Mas Americanos”

10. Sir Douglas Quintet – “Nuevo Laredo”

11. Allen Toussaint – “Everything I Do Gonh Be Funky From Now On”

12. Mike Jones – “Still Tippin’”

My KUTX: Tomar & The FCs

Artist of the Month

My KUTX: Tomar & The FCs

Posted by on Jan 13, 2017

Photo by Cecile Fusco

The members of Austin’s Tomar & The FCs (our January Artist of the Month) have fascinating musical resumes, ranging from soul/R&B backing gigs to co-producing hits for Houston rap legends Mike Jones and Paul Wall (seriously). This week on My KUTX, we turn the guest DJ keys over to lead singer Tomar Williams and drummer Paul Kresowik to take us through their respective music histories and play the songs that blew their minds. Tune in on Saturday, January 14 at 6 p.m. or listen anytime at the bottom of the page.

–Art Levy // producer, My KUTX


[intro music: Tomar & The FCs – “Foot Down”]

1. Jackie Wilson – “Lonely Teardrops”

2. The Jacksons – “Destiny”

3. Prince – “Do Me, Baby”

4. Mike Jones – “Still Tippin’”

5. Latasha Lee & The Black Ties – “So Blind”

6. The Diplomats Of Solid Sound & The Diplomettes – “Come In My Kitchen”

7. The Wandering Bears – “I Told You To Stop Talking”

8. Greyhounds – “Get Back”

9. The Meters – “Funky Miracle”

10. The Echocentrics – “Staring At The Ceiling” (feat. James Petralli)

11. The Soul Supporters – “Richard Pryor”

12. Tomar & The FCs – “Shine Your Light”

My KUTX: Migrant Kids


My KUTX: Migrant Kids

Posted by on Jan 6, 2017

Almost halfway through their guest DJ set, Austin trio Migrant Kids segue two songs together that pretty much sum up their aesthetic: S U R V I V E’s grainy synthscape right into Fiona Apple’s “On The Bound.” Migrant Kids exist somewhere on this musical plane, experimental but with a big, brash pop heart. Miguel Ojeda, John Zakoor, and Bryan O’Flynn debuted in 2013 but hit a high two years later with its Primordial Soup EP, earning a Black Fret grant for its work. The band is back to work on Saturday, January 7, playing a Free Week show at Stubb’s, and you can get to know the band a little bit better this week on My KUTX. Tune in Saturday at 6 p.m. or listen anytime at the bottom of the page.

–Art Levy // producer, My KUTX


1. The Venus In Furs – “2Hb”

2. Neon Indian – “Slumlord”

3. Broncho – “Deena”

4. S U R V I V E – “Floating Cube”

5. Fiona Apple – “On The Bound”

6. Paul Simon – “The Obvious Child”

7. Digable Planets – “Jettin’”

8. Migrant Kids – “Primordial Soup”

9. Sufjan Stevens – “Romulus”

10. David Bazan – “Curse Your Branches”

My KUTX: Ryan Bingham


My KUTX: Ryan Bingham

Posted by on Dec 29, 2016

Texas singer-songwriter Ryan Bingham has five studio albums, an Academy Award, and a Grammy under his belt buckle, and this week he gets another honor: playing with Willie Nelson. The country superstars share the stage at ACL Live for a three-night stand, including a New Year’s Eve bash. And to celebrate, we’re throwing our own New Year’s Eve party by re-airing Bingham’s fantastic guest DJ set he recorded in 2015. Tune in Saturday, December 31 at 6 p.m. or listen anytime at the bottom of the page.

–Art Levy // producer, My KUTX


1. The Marshall Tucker Band – “Can’t You See”

2. Waylon Jennings – “Rainy Day Woman”

3. Muddy Waters – “Got My Mojo Working”

4. Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen – “Armadillo Stomp”

5. The Rolling Stones – “Loving Cup”

6. The Jimi Hendrix Experience – “Manic Depression”

7. Freddie King – “Going Down”

8. Van Morrison – “Sweet Thing”

9. Lightnin’ Hopkins – “Shaggy Dog”

10. The Band – “The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down”

11. Jerry Jeff Walker – “London Homesick Blues”

12. Bob Dylan – “A Hard Rain’s a-Gonna Fall”

[outro music: Ryan Bingham – “Hands Of Time”]

My KUTX: New Year’s Day 2017 Schedule


My KUTX: New Year’s Day 2017 Schedule

Posted by on Dec 21, 2016

While we spend the day recovering–cue the bloody marys and breakfast tacos–we’ve asked some of our favorite musicians to take over the station on New Year’s Day. Each hour, a different guest DJ will spin a hand-picked set of some of their favorite songs–it’s a My KUTX marathon. See the schedule below and don’t forget to tune in!

–Art Levy // producer, My KUTX

6 a.m. // Tele Novella (playlist here)

7 a.m. // Cacophony Recorders producer Erik Wofford (playlist here)

8 a.m. // Dana Falconberry & Medicine Bow (playlist here)

9 a.m. // Will Courtney (playlist here)

10 a.m. // Andrew W.K. (playlist here)

11 a.m. // Thao & The Get Down Stay Down (playlist here)

12 p.m. // KUTX’s Favorite Songs of 2016 (playlist here)

1 p.m. // Adrian Quesada (playlist here)

2 p.m. // Hard Proof (playlist here)

3 p.m. // Tameca Jones (playlist here)

4 p.m. // Black Pistol Fire (playlist here)

5 p.m. // Bobby Patterson (playlist here)

6 p.m. // Jonathan Terrell (playlist here)

7 p.m. // My Jerusalem (playlist here)

8 p.m. // Golden Dawn Arkestra (playlist here)

9 p.m. // Raoul Hernandez (playlist here)

10 p.m. // …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead (playlist here)

11 p.m. // KUTX’s Favorite Songs of 2016 (playlist here)