We spoke with the frontman of Fleet Foxes about the new album, literary influences, why he went back to school and more.
Ahead of KXT Turns 7, we spoke with White Denim’s James Petralli about the band’s new record and what’s on his playlist these days.
“It’s a festival that really has heart,” says Midlake’s Eric Pulido. And we’re inclined to agree…
To gear up for their stunning set at Dallas’ own 2013 Homegrown Festival, hometown “psychedelic gospel funk” powerhouse The Relatives visited KXT to showcase a trio of tracks from their first album in 30 years, The Electric Word.
One of Texas’ best-kept musical secrets, the award-winning blues singer Ruthie Foster paid a visit to the KXT studios to perform songs from her soul-stirring repertoire.
KXT’s morning gal Gini had the chance to chat with the amazing Sir Tom Jones about his new album, and was treated to a serenade. Check it out here.
Erica Driscoll and Steve Stout of L.A.’s critically-acclaimed Blondfire popped into the KXT studio to perform stripped-down versions of their hits “Where The Kids Are” and “Waves.”
Yorkshire natives and festival faves The Dunwells stopped by for a KXT studio session to showcase their distinct take on Americana and perform two tracks from their debut, Blind Sighted Faith.
Photo credit: Chris Crisman. Interview by Julissa Trevino for Art&Seek. On Dr. Dog’s seventh album, the Philadelphia psychedelic 60s-infused indie rock band takes a detour back to its roots, evoking an Easy Beat vibe that is both effortless and forward. That album, Be the Void, was released in February to positive reception, but bassist and vocalist… Read more »
North Texas band RTB2 in Austin last night. Pic courtesy of Mark Abuzzahab. Check out the interview with KXT’s Paul Slavens from 35 Denton in case you missed it.