KUTX, The Breaks, and LÜM present The 2nd Annual Summer Jam Showcase, which will be held on Friday, 8/30 at Barracuda. The showcase will premiere rising RnB and hip-hop artists, bringing them to the forefront of the Austin music scene. Summer Jam will be hosted by Austin’s #1 hip-hop radio show, The Breaks. Hosts, Confucius and Fresh, not only want to highlight the hottest artists in the city, but also to bring various pieces of our community together, uniting in appreciation of Austin’s vibrant music community.
Austin Revitalization Authority
Treaty Oak Distilling
Rambler Sparkling Water
25% of ticket sales will benefit local non-profit, Kids in a New Groove, which is an Austin-based non-profit that provides over 150 Central Texas youth in foster care with free, weekly music lessons and mentorship – http://kidsinanewgroove.org/. Additionally, 2 Mangrove trees will be planted in Madagascar through The Eden Reforestation Project –https://edenprojects.org/.
Four months ago Jake Lloyd released visuals to the lead single, Daily Interlude from his recently released album, MoonLit Mornings, which premiered right here on kutx.org. Now with the album out Jake decided to team up with videographer, Amir Rofoogar to reprise said visuals and do a fun style video for DSII produced single.
photo by Luis Perales
Jake Lloyd is a sonic explorer. Songs on his new album, MoonLit Mornings, move seamlessly from R&B to Soul to Rock n’ Roll all in the course of single track. When asked how he categorized his music, Jake just called it “hip hop/soul.” That may be an oversimplification but it certainly captures his genre-bending approach to making music. Jake Lloyd has been teasing singles off the new album but we think the best way to experience the new music is in person. Take a look for yourself in these videos shot during his recent visit to Studio 1A for a KUTX After Hours with The Breaks.
Hosts: Confucius and Fresh
Audio Engineer/Post: Cliff Hargrove
Producer: Deidre Gott
Cameras: Julia Reihs, Luis Pernales, Michael Minasi
A couple of weeks back The Breaks had I Am Other/Interscope signed duo, Watch The Duck in Studio 1A while they were in town kicking off their Sorry For Partying tour. Confucius and Fresh spoke with the duo about name origin, being from Alabama, collaborating with artists, and more. Listen to the session below and keep up with The Breaks every Saturday night at 10p!