Photo by Jorge Sanhueza-Lyon
January 2020’s KUTX artist of the month Dayglow puts positivity center-stage while delivering the feel-good indie pop you love to love. The re-release of the debut album Fuzzybrain brings performer, songwriter, and producer Sloan Struble to Studio 1A for Odell Brewing’s After Hours series with support from Nate Davis on guitar, Norrie Swofford on keys, Reece Myers on bass, and Brady Knippa on drums. Struble began making his own music as a child and went on to write and record Fuzzybrain on his own as a high school student. After 1 year of studies at UT Austin, Dayglow had reached millions of Spotify streams, allowing Struble to leave the university and pursue music full-time. Dayglow will now headline its first tour, which is already sold out in 10 cities all over the nation, starting in March of this year.
Dayglow’s 2020 spring tour will take an extended stop in Austin where they will play two sold-out shows at The Parish on March 27th and 28th.
– Lydia Fortuna, KUTX Intern
Host: Taylor Wallace
Producer: Deidre Gott
Broadcast Engineer: Cliff Hargrove
Front of House Engineer: Jake Perlman
Multimedia crew: Gabriel Pérez, Jorge Sanhueza-Lyon, Michael Minasi, Jose Moreno