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The Schisms New Album and Shows

February 22, 2016

The Schisms have been hard at work on their first full-length album, which they’ll begin recording with Grammy-award-winning producer Stuart Sikes next week. Until then, catch them live at the Brixton on March 5th, or one of their many SXSW shows.

Schisms Brixton Poster copy


News, Shows

It’s Scientifically Proven, the FFF X Lineup Ain’t Nothin’ to F*ck With!

May 28, 2015

Our homies at Transmission Events broke the internet this morning as they released the highly anticipated lineup for Fun Fun Fun Fest‘s ten year anniversary. Every year they deliver a wide array of superb acts from genres everyone can rage to, and this time they really outdid themselves.

Here’s Bill Nye‘s take on this year’s festivities:

Peep the lineup, cop your tickets, and help us celebrate 10 years of Fun Fun Fun!


///Holly Jee



May 15, 2015

One of our most beloved venues in Austin, The Mohawk, is up for USA Today’s “10Best Readers’ Choice” award, but the only way they’ll win is with your diligent voting!

Mohawk has been the host for many of the most memorable shows I’ve attended including Big Freedia, Suicidal Tendencies, Melt Banana, Public Enemy, Iggy Pop, X, Turquoise Jeep, Pentagram, The Melvins, Dead Milkmen, and countless more.


Mohawk is also the host for House of Vans every year for SXSW, and the lineup never disappoints. This past year I caught The Damned, which was a nice treat for me after working merch for them a couple of years ago during the last Chaos in Tejas.


(Inside gossip: I sold their shit so well, Pinch asked me to tour with them, to which I had to politely decline) It was great to finally be able to watch instead of work. I also ran into Nardwuar that night, who was trying to figure out how I got in a few moments faster than him using the same credentials. (the PIP line was a cluster-fuck this SXSW)



The Mohawk is currently number 9 in the contest, and could really use all the help EVER to reach number 1. This venue truly deserves it, and is a huge part of Austin’s Red River Cultural District. Help put this venue on the map even further and offer your vote every day!

///Holly Jee