Austin Music We’re Loving

Four new songs from Austin artists that we can’t get enough of.

by Taylor Wallace-Riegel

L.P. Giobbi: “Can’t Let You Go”

From the stages of Bonaroo, EDC, and Coachella is Austin DJ L.P. Giobbi. This is the club banger that you’ve just heard before heading home. It’s hard to keep track of just how many layers there are, but L.P. Giobbi, along with JETS, uses her gift of the keys and mixer to craft them into a cohesive, psychedelic dreamscape that enraptures you. Your body wants to surrender to it, but your ears want to dissect its brilliance. Her debut full-length Light Places is out now.


Being Dead: “Muriel’s Big Day Off”

A weird band of titillation and surprise, Being Dead pulls you in with hypnotic harmonies and an impressive amount of tightness that, in and of itself, seems supernatural. “Muriel’s Big Day Off”’s titular character enjoys a day in the city, having tea with friends and making multiple shoplifting trips to Payless. For nearly five years, Being Dead captivates their audiences. You never know who is coming to see them, and who is becoming a new fan with every song. When Horses Could Run is out July 14th, and their next show is Friday, June 16th at Hotel Vegas.


Bronze Whale x Primo the Alien: “Happy Go Lover”

If the song was a single image, it would be the album cover of Madonna’s True Blue. Smooth, sultry, and understated, the latest from Austin’s Primo the Alien pairs with Austin songwriting and production powerhouse duo Bronze Whale. Leaning more bedroom banger, this is the pop lust- bubble you play at home for your post-nightclub activities without losing the spirit and mojo of the hours spent on the dancefloor.



The 4411: “Run My Mouth”

It’s summertime, and here’s the song you’ve been looking for to kick off your BBQ’s, and pool parties. Bright melodies accented with slap bass shine all over this crisp, sun-kissed power pop anthem, with lyrics that deal with word vomiting all over your crush. Crack open your Lover Boy or Hans Pils and start that poolside boogie down.


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