The ever-lovable and insanely/profanely charming Father John Misty turned in an unforgettable performance and interview when he stopped by the KXT studio before his sold-out show at the Granada Theater.
Fort Worth psych-rock quartet The Cush came by for a chat with Joe and a rousing selection oftracks from their latest release, Transcendental Heatwave.
The Durham, North Carolina duo Sylvan Esso made a stop by the KXT studio to showcase two tracks from their self-titled debut – before heading off to the Granada for their sold-out show.
Sixteen-year-old Irish singer-songwriter SOAK met up with the On The Road crew at the graffiti wall to perform a lovely, stripped down rendition of her synth-driven mini-hit, “B a noBody.”
Great things come in threes, so to gear up for their triple bill at the Live Oak in Fort Worth, we invited Salim Nourallah, Alex Dezen and Billy Harvey to come up by the KXT studio and give the crowd a taste of what to expect.
Ryley Walker took a break from SXSW to meet up with the On The Road crew at Kin and Comfort food truck park on East Sixth to perform the title song of his new album, “Primrose Green.”
Before his show with Hozier at the House of Blues, British artist George Ezra stopped by the KXT studios to serenade us with his hits, “Budapest” and “Blame it On Me.”
Watch our session with Austin duo The Wind & The Wave as they play two tracks from their 2014 release, From The Wreckage.
Neither van problems nor the rain could stop Rob and Braden from The Districts from making their scheduled stop by the KXT studios to perform three tracks from their debut, full-length album, A Flourish And A Spoil.
Check out the Cold War Kids’ recent KXT visit, featuring performances of three tracks from their newest release, Hold My Home.