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N Da Kut

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BWill42 & Gabe

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To make a positive change, help our Youth realize it is more to life then being average, but to be themselves. We hope you brothers and sisters support us and our show. We are two positive young black males trying to be heard, and as well as delivering messages that are relatable, planting a seeds and for us as a Youth to grow and come together. Please comment and share, to contact us you can email us at gwinnfield19@gmail.com. Brendenw1994@gmail.com
 
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The Ticket 2016

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The Ticket 2016

The Texas Tribune and KUT

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The Ticket: A Presidential Podcast from The Texas Tribune and KUT News. Each Week KUT's Ben Philpott and the Tribune's Jay Root provide a rundown of the week's campaign actions and bring you interviews with people who make a living working on, covering or commenting on the campaigns.
 
Krafty Kuts, real name Martin Reeves, is the multi-award winning DJ/producer and the undisputed King of breaks. From humble beginnings, Krafty has an enviable career which boasts accolades ranging from eight times Breakspoll Winner, Best International DJ and Best Single of the Year by DJ Mag. He’s played alongside everyone from The Prodigy to Fatboy Slim and even the Rolling Stones. Brighton based Krafty Kuts developed his passion for DJ'ing in the late 1980's after winning a DJ competition ...
 
Thom, from The Mr. MMAction Podcast, has started a new podcast that isn't about MMA. It's simply about EVERYTHING else. A brother from The BroKast Podcast and distant cousin to The Lo-Kut Krew Kast. #BeardClubforMen #PodernFamily Apple iTunes: The GingerBeard Man Kast Twitter: @GingerBeardKast Instragram: The GingerBeard Man Kast E-mail: TheGingerBeardManKast@gmail.com
 
Si tu recherches de bon mixes, dans différents styles de musiques et que tu as une préférence pour le Hip Hop, tu es au bon endroit. Ce podcast est écouté partout dans le monde plus de 8 millions de fois, tu y trouveras plus de 140 épisodes dans différents univers musicaux : Soul, Hip Hop, R&B, Latino, Dancehall, Funk, House, Rap français... Je suis Shuba K, Dj du sud de la France basé à Marseille et chaque dimanche je sors un nouveau mix avec de plusieurs Dj invités pour mon concept UNITY - ...
 
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As the grandson of Lubbock-raised creative polymath Terry Allen, singer-guitarist Calder Allen has been raised with a set of songwriting sensibilities that few have been privy to. But despite that huge leg-up heritage-wise, Allen only made his live band debut just a couple weeks ago with Charlie Sexton during the first Sunday of ACL Fest. Calder un…
 
We have a limited number of ways to experience the world psychologically, but many ways to interpret that experience. In that interpretation, the words we use are very important and perhaps in surprising ways. In this episode of Two Guys on Your Head, Dr. Art Markman and Dr. Bob Duke talk about the language we use to describe emotions and why we sh…
 
The Meanwhile Brewing fam has made live music an essential part of their brew space. Naturally, their 1-year anniversary celebration is loaded with fantastic line-ups for this weekend! Seriously, it’s an Austin Music Minute dream, starting with… -Photo of Riders Against the Storm by David Brendan Hall. –Tonight’s show, Friday October 15, with perfo…
 
Songwriter and Wood and Wire frontman Tony Kamel presents a personal treasure on his latest solo album, Back Down Home, recorded at producer Bruce Robison’s all-analog studio and released via The Next Waltz label. There’s something free-flowing and inspiring about recording in that kind of environment, which created the perfect laid-back vibe for K…
 
Since the salad days of KUTX, Austin songwriter David Ramirez has been a major staple of our airwaves. And David’s growth alongside ours over the years makes us feel like we’ve got a special bond between us. So imagine our elation when this six-time Studio 1A veteran visited us backstage at ACL Fest and treated us to a preview of an unreleased trac…
 
Since the genre’s earliest days there’s been a fruitful relationship between hip hop music and basketball, a legacy that’s soon set to continue with Philadelphia’s Mega Ran. The rapper’s dressing out for the NBA’s 75th season with his upcoming 11th album, Live 95, a loving tribute to this unique intersectionality of sports, music, and urban life th…
 
Photo by Chris Vultaggio. It’s awesome that it seems like several reviewers are gleefully feasting on a line delivered by Sleigh Bells‘ Alexis Krauss on “SWEET75,” the opener on their fifth studio release, Texis – yes, that’s an “i” and not an “a.” Krauss poses this question: “Aren’t you a little too old for rock ‘n’ roll?!” Absolutely not. It’s ju…
 
Canada’s Brandy Zdan may have settled into her current home base of Nashville back in 2014, but the preceding three years she spent here in Austin was plenty enough to win over a following. This year Zdan’s zeroing in on Falcon, the full-length follow-up to her 2018 sophomore release Secretear that’s set to spread its wings at the end of the month.…
 
Futon Blonde recorded today’s AMM featured track “Lacerate” at vocalist Janson Sommers‘ home, after pulling together a demo written around a singular drum break. Their latest release on London-based label The Animal Farm, is about the art of the understated counterattack. The answer to dealing with confrontation: “…Duck and smile” after the initial…
 
For those with their ear near to Austin’s alt-country/Americana scene, the name Tony Kamel shouldn’t sound too unfamiliar. For years Kamel’s provided the circuitry for the Grammy-nominated string group (and KUTX favorites) Wood & Wire, and alongside his newfound fatherhood, has recently issued his debut solo LP, Back Down Home. This Kamel-Back pack…
 
Amber Mark performs at ACL Fest on Sunday, Oct. 10 at 1:45PM. You know how we do it on the AMM. Today’s selections include ACL Fest picks for tonight, Saturday Oct. 9, and tomorrow, Sunday Oct. 10, as well as plenty of options for those wishing to avoid the Zilker Park chaos. -Tonight at the festival, AMM favors Modest Mouse, Doja Cat, Dayglow (Slo…
 
It’s easy to get carried away with so much happening this weekend – which is why there’s a lot of info on today’s Austin Music Minute. You’ve got ACL Festival selections for tonight, Friday Oct. 8, and tomorrow afternoon, Saturday Oct. 9, along with some very cool alternatives if you’re avoiding Zilker Park. If you’re making the festival rounds thi…
 
Raised in Nicaragua and inspired by the passion portrayed in 1997’s Selena, Austin indie-R&B singer Shiela began forging her own mononymous path to superstardom at a young age. Now, Shiela’s impeccable knack for crossover appeal (both genre-wise and through bilingual lyrics) has helped make her 2021 debut Chilita a treasure chest of eclecticism, on…
 
Time for round two, music lover. The second weekend of the Austin City Limits Music Festival presents local and touring artists kicking things off tomorrow afternoon, Friday Oct. 8, at Zilker Park. And the AMM is here with another handful of picks to start the day out right. After your visit with The Breaks over at the Bonus Tracks stage at 12:30 p…
 
The forecast calls for sunny, clear skies so it’ll be a perfect weekend to appreciate The Tender Things. Frontman Jesse Ebaugh’s experiences with bluegrass and blues rock groups in Northern Kentucky laid the groundwork for this “hippie country” outfit, which was formed here in Austin only a few years ago after Ebaugh resigned from Heartless Bastard…
 
Born in Detroit and based right here in Austin, polymath painter-producer-vocalist Mike Melinoe is a must-see for this weekend of ACL Fest. The psychedelic-minded model enjoys an enigmatic aura and incorporates the best bits of pop, rock, and R&B into his genre-inclusive hip-hop style, conquering each new venture with remarkable verbal skills and o…
 
Whether you’ve attended those legendary Body Rock ATX dance parties, celebrated the official RAS Day (August 29th), or seen their name pop-up on KUTX’s playlists, chances are you’ve heard of Riders Against the Storm. Since their 2013 eponymous EP, this eclectic hip-hop duo has continued to defy any expectations of the genre by incorporating a varie…
 
On today’s AMM, you can hear the renown Queen of Bounce, New Orleans-based hip-hop artist Big Freedia and multi-platinum pop artist Kesha proudly sound the call on “Chasing Rainbows”: “You know me / Bein’ free / Won’t be silent…” They don’t wanna chase this rainbow ’cause they can’t even keep up. Tonight’s the night, baby. Big Freedia headlines a s…
 
One weekend of Austin City Limits Music Festival is already in the bag but those famous flags are still flying high, so we’ve got another week of Austin artist coverage, continuing today with Heartless Bastards. Founded in Cincinnati nearly two full decades ago, this trio has transcended the expectations of traditional rock with flairs of folk, blu…
 
The gates are waiting for you and ACL Fest is officially underway! So get your fill on festival fun this Friday but if you’re an ACL early bird, a must-see for Saturday is Austin’s Aaron Stephens. The Chicago-born, South Texas-raised producer/multi-instrumentalist shines best on funk-rock guitar and grizzled vocals, as heard on Stephens’ 2014 debut…
 
For this weekend and next, the Austin Music Minute‘s coverage of the Austin City Limits Festival will provide a short list of artist picks, as well as a few festival alternatives off the beaten path. Today’s AMM gives you a head start for tomorrow, Friday Oct. 1 at Zilker Park: -After you go say hello to KUTX’s The Breaks over at the Bonus Tracks S…
 
In less than 24 hours ACL Fest 2021 will officially begin and who better to help put things in gear than western swing icons Asleep At The Wheel? Three years after their inception in Paw Paw, West Virginia, Ray Benson steered The Wheel down here to Austin where they went on to give the final performance at the Armadillo World Headquarters and have …
 
Now (well…anytime, really) is the perfect time to relive the shimmering expanse of Rain On Dust, RF Shannon‘s first release on Keeled Scales and the follow up to the gorgeous haze of Trickster Blues (2018, Cosmic Dreamer). Many tendrils branch off this vast soundscape – mellow psych-Americana, soulful alt.-country, desert rock, Lockhart psychfolk b…
 
If you know Wild Child or Glorietta, then you’ve already got a good idea of how talented vocalist Kelsey Wilson is. But Kelsey’s latest crowning achievement is her jazz-soul-R&B project, Sir Woman, which finds the powerhouse singer blending the best bits of Amy Winehouse, Lauryn Hill, and Norah Jones together into her own idiosyncratic style. Sir W…
 
If you happen to hear the Joker’s distinctive, unsettling laughter…it’s probably because he’s watching Blackillac‘s Rhyme Time videos on Instagram. Or maybe the Ink or Swim competition. Or…the one about drunk freestyling. If you know, you know. If not, follow Blackillac on Instagram. It’s another WINNING evening with Sound & Cinema at The Long Cent…
 
Though the bulk of his studio output has been relatively recent, Bastrop-born/Austin-based producer/vocalist Deezie Brown‘s already proven plenty of potential. Following up 2018’s Judith, Brown was a contributor on ATX Gen Next: Adventures in Lockdown and makes up one half of the R&B/hip-hop collaboration Geto Gala. Deezie Brown’s got some new mate…
 
Austin City Limits Music Festival is officially upon us, so for the next couple weeks we’ll be shining the spotlight on Austin acts that might not be as well known as some of the major headliners, but deserve just as much attention and praise. First up is Jade Bird, who after growing up in the UK has successfully flocked over to Austin without shed…
 
As if this Saturday night couldn’t get any better, two AMM favorites are in the spotlight tonight, Saturday Sept. 25, at Central Machine Works, 4824 E. Cesar Chavez: -Photo of Alesia Lani by Kate Blaising. -From local shows to international performances in Toronto and Thailand’s Jai Thep Festival, R&B artist and Project ATX6 alum Alesia Lani is alw…
 
At the DAWA website, a bit further below poet Joe B‘s heartening video testimony of the Austin nonprofit, is the root of DAWA’s work in a single quote from West African writer Malidoma Patrice Somé: “One can say, ‘Teach me what you know,’ but the better request is, ‘Teach me about what teaches you.'” This lifelong learning experience inspired Jonat…
 
Sometimes, your Austin Music Minute host swears that people put these shows together just to serve them up on a silver platter to the AMM. This happens to be one of those times. -Grupo Fantasma Prepare yourself for this mind-blowing showcase at The Far Out Lounge and Stage, 8504 S. Congress Ave. Grammy Award-winning nine-piece collective Grupo Fant…
 
As temperatures dramatically drop here in Texas, it seems fitting to give Go Fever the “all clear” to heat things up again. After charismatic mastermind Acey Monaro spent a year in the respite of her Australian motherland, these two-time Studio 1A veterans seem right at home back here in Austin as our September 2021 Artist of the Month. And true to…
 
Recent temps outside feel too good to be true, so best take advantage of it and enjoy some live music outdoors. And today’s AMM features longtime fave Wil Cope doin’ the damn thing at The Left Side Vintage Market this week. The purveyor of “spooky tunez from the gumshoe lagoon” is officially bringing back the Wil Cope & The Dope moniker in time for…
 
If you’re a connoisseur of contemporary jazz-soul, then you’re likely already in-the-know about New York’s Cory Henry. This Snarky Puppy veteran multi-instrumentalist-producer-composer shines chiefly on keys and vocals, and invites the classic gospel, funk, and R&B tones of Stevie Wonder, Donny Hathaway, and Marvin Gaye into the realm of “future-so…
 
Careless Creatures, last year’s release by Wiretree, is a return to songwriter/vocalist Kevin Peroni‘s musical roots. The five-track EP was recorded and performed entirely by Peroni – with the exception of “Back To the Start,” interestingly, because it really is back to the start. Wiretree began as Peroni’s solo project before the band took shape a…
 
One of the hottest topics in Texas right now surrounds birth, but this isn’t really the appropriate forum to talk politics so instead let’s focus on Fertility House. The four Austin transplants of Fertility House made their debut in 2018 with their eponymous LP, showcasing the band’s knack for upbeat-yet-smooth and at times politically-charged indi…
 
Even with the mass proliferation of digital production trends in the past three decades, there’s something inherently retro about the funk-soul sound. Austin group Flyjack knows this all-too-well, having just released a record named after an airline that bit the dust right when computers were becoming commonplace in the music world. Pan Am gives yo…
 
This week on In Black America, producer and host John L. Hanson, Jr. discusses the lasting impact of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre on incomes and home ownership in the Tulsa African American community with Charlene P. Corley, Vice President of Diverse Insights and Partnershipsat the Nielsen Company.By KUT & KUTX Studios, John L. Hanson
 
A little reminder of your Austin Music Minute host’s recent raves over music artist/producer Lunar Rae – keep your ears peeled for this multi-talented, multi-faceted artist with a resume that will blow your mind (Sir Woman, Jon Batiste, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, bassist/songwriter MonoNeon). And all this is merely scratching the surface of “Reachin…
 
We might’ve just kicked off Hispanic Heritage Month, but that doesn’t mean we should overlook Spanish’s distant cousin, Portuguese, and subsequently the music of Brazil. Enter Frederico7, the Austin-based Brazilian soul-rocker who first captivated the Live Music Capital with a Latin-leaning vatapá of South American sounds on his 2019 debut LP Exóti…
 
If you’re looking to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with a bit of dancing, there are few artists more capable of bringing the house down than El Dusty. On top of being a Latin Grammy Nominee and beloved crate-diggin’ turntablist, this Corpus Christi-born DJ/producer/composer is also a leading pioneer in the nu cumbia/electronic cumbia movement, …
 
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