Local Releases

Tuesday, July 25th

Rachel Reese [Siren]  – 6:45 @ One-2-One Bar

Drawing comparisons to Sheryl Crow and Brandi Carlile, Rachel Reese weaves songs that combine Midwestern sincerity with pop sensibility, and delivers them with a soulful voice that moves between strength and vulnerability with confidence.

Reploids – 8:00pm @ Mohawk

Local face-melting space rock with warm dynamics and sonic attacks. Cuddle up. Peer upwards.

Wednesday, July 26th
The local four-piece is a self-proclaimed “experiment in listener and moral durability.”

Friday, July 28th

Headcrusher – 7:00pm @ Come And Take It Live

Dense, unfettered brutality. The music will grab you and will not let go. After moving to Austin in 2008, these South-American metal maniacs have carved their place in the growing Texas scene. Their fast execution and ferocious delivery has taken their music to international stages in support of some of the best metal acts in the world. 

With a dynamic, original sound founded upon an explosive stage show, Black Heart Saints surrounds audiences with unapologetic, aggressive rock that begs to be experienced live. The soaring vocals of front-man Josh Ross have drawn comparisons to Myles Kennedy and Chris Cornell. While the band is influenced by the likes of Mötley Crüe, Guns ‘N Roses, and other legendary Hard Rock acts, the commanding presence of Black Heart Saints’ live show brandishes an updated take on the genre.

Saturday, July 25th
Originally from San Angelo, this Austin-based blue and jazz multi-instrumentalist has been performing for over 20 years. Already performing live multiple times a week, Ornelas is releasing his debut studio EP.
Already experienced as one half of The Satellite Junes, an Austin based, a female duo that explores blending indie pop with lush, singular harmonies and modern folk, Kamila Swerdloff is set to release her debut EP as a solo artist. Her songs are a fusion of singer- songwriter, jazz-influenced folk/pop with a bit of funk. She has been praised as being “no stranger to intricate melodies and complex arrangements.” She plays with Elayne Harris on drums and Ben Vogel on bass.

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