IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
Angel Olsen 2.25.14
Chicago based indie-folk singer Angel Olsen gave us a peek in to her mind with “High and Wild.” Behind dark shades, she layed out introspective performance, and it’s right here.
Dan Croll 3.3.14
The Liverpool singer-songwriter stopped by in March, right before the release of his of his debut album, Sweet Disarray, dedicated to his grandmother. Backed by his band, Dan Croll gave a genuine and sincere performance of “Home” right here in studio 1A.
The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger 5.12.14
Sean Lennon and Charlotte Kemp Muhl stopped by KUTX to perform tracks off of their April release, Midnight Sun. Revisit “Xanadu” and their entrancing, psychedelic performance below.
Latasha Lee and the Blackties 4.14.14
A blend of soul and blues, Latasha Lee’s sultry voice filled Studio 1A in April, reminding one of Etta or Aretha. Backed by the Blackties, the singer-songwriter gave a soulful performance of “Watch Me Now.” Watch and listen to the Austinite’s performance below.
Infectious and indie-pop to the core, Lucius came by for a energetic performance of “Turn it Around.” Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig, synchronized voices and outfits and belted out harmonies, backed by their three piece band. Their February performance is right here.
Magna Carda 2.13.14
Accompanied by their band, Megz Kelli and Dougie Do, stopped by to perform a groovy rendition of “Inviting You.” Megz’s thrilling rhymes combined with and the band’s jazzy rhythms make up for a smooth performance. Revisit their February gig here.
Shakey Graves 1.27.14
Austinite Alejandro Rose-Garcia swung by Studio 1A and gave a heartfelt performance of “The Waters.” Hat backwards and bearing a scraggly beard, Rose-Garcia kicked his own drum beat and let loose for KUTX. See the one man band’s folk performance here.
Valerie June 2.26.14
Standing alone with just a banjo, Valerie June let her southern drawl ring throughout Studio 1A with “Somebody to Love.” The Tennessee native’s mix of soul, country, folk and blues creates organic, unhurried music. Check out her performance below.
White Denim 4.3.14
Back in April one of Austin’s own, White Denim stopped by Studio 1A. The rock group made of James Petralli, Joshua Block, Steven Terebecki and Austin Jenkins rocked out with “At Night In Dreams”, a perfect display of the group’s endless possibilities with cascading guitar riffs and seamless tempo changes.
Wild Cub 2.3.14
Wild Cub, the Indie Quintet responsible for the awfully catchy “Thunder Clatter”, gave a live performance of their tropical pop gem in the KUTX studio. A quintet band, their energy shined through, see and hear the Nashville band right here.
– Quinton Boudwin