Thao Nguyen of Thao & The Get Down Stay Down gets the On the Road treatment today. She met up with the video crew at Lou Neff point on Lady Bird Lake in Austin during South by Southwest to play “Holy Roller” off her album We The Common.
This installment of the On the Road video series is produced and edited for Art&Seek and KXT 91.7 by Dane Walters, with an assist from Stanton J. Stephens and Lacey Dowden. Check out their other recent production, Night Beds performing “Borrowed Time.”
It’s the return of the On the Road video series. In this first of three installments from Austin at South by Southwest, Night Beds met up with the On The Road crew on the banks of Lady Bird Lake. They played “Borrowed Time” off of their album Country Sleep.
Thanks to our video producer/editor Dane Walters and his team in Austin, Stanton J. Stephens and Lacey Dowden, for their work on the mean streets – and parks - of Austin.
If you missed tuning in to hear the Public Radio Rocks Day Stage broadcast live on KXT last Friday during SXSW, you’re in luck. Our public radio partners over at WFUV in New York have posted video performances from all the bands that performed. Here they are in the order of the line up:
On Sunday, I spoke with Greg Kot about the new artists he discovered this year at South by Southwest. You might know him as the music critic of theChicago Tribune and the co-hose of Sound Opinions. You can listen to our conversation below, where I’ve also posted music by the artists he mentioned.
KXT is broadcasting live from the Public Radio Rocks Day Stage from noon to 6 p.m. The event culminates with a performance by Dawes at 4 p.m. and Vampire Weekend at 5. We will be live blogging photos from the show, so be sure to check back in to see the bands you’re listening to.
Crowd for Divine Fits
KXT’s Mark Abuzzahab and Jim McGuinn from KCMP the Current broadcasting live.
This week, Art&Seek’s Stephen Becker and Dallas Morning News movie critic Chris Vognar discuss Stoker, Korean director Park Chan-Wook’s English-language debut based on Alfred Hitchcock’s Shadow of a Doubt. And we run through the highlights of South by Southwest and make a few suggestions for how the festival can deal with its growth spurt. Be sure to subscribe to The Big Screen podcast on iTunes. Stream this week’s podcast below or download it.
For a shortened version of our Stoker review: