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Psyched for Austin Psych Fest, 2013

This year, I’ll be attending Psych Fest for the first time ever, and I couldn’t be more ecstatic. The lineup is huge, and a lot of bands that I wouldn’t normally get the opportunity to see otherwise will be performing. Bands like The Moving Sidewalks, OM, and many more will be playing their first shows in Texas in a long while, which is incentive enough for me to make the trek out to this psychedelic festival. The Austin Psych Fest was founded in 2008. Since its inception, the festival has grown through social media, word of mouth, and from the ... Read More »

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Moontower Comedy Festival: April 24-27 in Austin, TX

As if SXSW wasn’t enough for all the folks that that either visited Austin or reside there, the city is also hosting a pretty fantastic comedy festival! This is Moontower’s 2nd Annual Festival and it is proving to be an even bigger spectacle than their inaugural event. Last year, the fest brought you  Steven Wright, Aziz Ansari, Johnathan the Magician, just to name a few.Well, this  year comedy-lovers will get the opportunity to catch the likes of Dana Carvey, Bill Burr, Jim Gaffigan, Chelsea Peretti, Bill Hader, and a ton more. The festival will take place within 11 venues throughout ... Read More »

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LCB Army Invades Houston

“I’m addicted to Oi!” Bones cries out to the crowd with sweat pouring down his face. The crowd ignites and the floor begins to move. Described as “insane punk rock n’ roll and a pit of unbridaled chaos,” Lower Class Brats, an underground street punk rock band from Austin, will be performing live this Friday, February 1 at Fitzgerald‘s with Negative Approach and Power Trip. “We sing about unity, disenfranchised youth, and just plain ol’ having a good time,” said Bones, the vocals of the group. With songs like, “Ultra-Violence,” “Just Like Clockwork,” “New Seditionaries,”and “Rather Be Hated Than Ignored,” ... Read More »

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The Alley Cat Project

The image that your brain matter pieces together whenever someone says “back alley” is typically anything but romantic. You probably think of shady drug deals, illicit car sex, and Italian mobsters performing activities with baseball bats that never quite  made it into the MLB’s official handbook. But back alley’s have served purposes other than providing cozy spaces for people to get their hands red without getting caught. Artists throughout the decades have saturated these urban canvases with their creativity. Back alley murals become a part of a city’s culture and society. But some residents who occupy the urban buildings pushed together on sidewalks, think of ... Read More »

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A picture diary of Fun Fun Fun Fest

By: Jacob Calle Photos by: Jacob Calle and Eric English Cupcakes, bull rides, half pipes, Natalie Portman, world’s first taco cannon, Jurassic Park movie production jackets, world record breaking moments, and tons o’ fun! This year’s Fun Fun Fun Fest was a great triumph to Austin’s 7th year of fucking fun! I’ve been going for the past six years now and it hasn’t shown any signs of slowing down. The ramps grew larger with Volcom graphic designer/ Roger skateboard owner, Michael Sieben on deck painting the huge aqua maritime party ramps. The yellow comedy stage has grown from a boxing ... Read More »

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Domy Books AUSTIN Opens 7th Annual MONSTER SHOW This Saturday

By: Erin Dyer Domy Books– Austin, TX edition– will proudly open the Monster Show 7 art exhibit to the public this Saturday, October 27, 2012. The opening is from 7-9pm, and is free to the public. Domy’s annual Monster Show features monster-themed drawings, just in time for Halloween. Local artists and national artists alike are featured in this year’s exhibition, which will remain on display until November 29, 2012. Featured artists include: Abi Daniel, Aidan Koch, Autumn Spadaro, Brendan Kiefer, Brendan Monroe, Brian Imler, Bryan Gardner, Bryan Spear, Cara Stewart, Chad Merritt, Charles Ben Russell, Cherie Weaver, Chris Cody, Cody ... Read More »

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Ride the Plank: Even more fun at Fun Fun Fun Fest

You don’t have to be board at Fun Fun Fun Fest, you can BMX instead. This year’s Fun Fun Fun Fest has upped the ante on last year’s skate ramp, and will now feature a bigger, radder, and “fun fun funner” ramp.  Not only that, but dudes like Mat Hoffman will be riding with you, so get ready to represent and “Ride the Plank.” Now you can skate AND ride, while listening to MC’s, DJ’s, and bands, all the while enjoying the nautical pirate aesthetic, designed by artists like Michael Sieben of Roger Skateboards and Tim Kerr, that will grace the ... Read More »

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Show your hometown insecurity by wearing your “I’m not moving to Austin” T-Shirt

Back when Craig Kinsey wore an “I’m not moving to Austin” shirt at Summerfest it was, I guess, a mildly amusing poke at our good neighbors in our fair capital.  Then, oddly enough, I began to see the shirt on a few more bodies - decidedly lame.  Turns out, what I didn’t realize at the time was that Zen Hill Kinsey was, at least at one point, selling these shirts.  Yes, that’s right! For $15 plus S&H,  you could get your own “I’m not moving to Austin” shirt, in either black or white - small to 2XL for men and small to XL  for women.  E-mail them ... Read More »

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Fire up your Tardis and geek out to The Professor: Improv Inspired by Doctor Who tonight at Super Happy Funland

Director Justin Davis talks about his Dr. Who inspired improv comedy show. Read More »

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Cocktales: Use your ill communication

By: Dr. Absinthe One of those most liberating sexual experiences I’ve had was with an out-of-town friend whose place I was crashing at one weekend. We had gone on a few coffee shop dates while he lived in Houston and had become friends, but we never moved beyond that to make it to either of our bedrooms before he moved. After he agreed to house me for the weekend while I was visiting his town he said there was a futon I could have full reign of but he also mentioned he found me attractive and was always welcome to ... Read More »

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