KXT 91.7 FM is one of five public radio stations banding together to present a live public radio and web simulcast from the South by Southwest (SXSW) music convention.
The Dawes / Blitzen Trapper show last night at Dada was spectacular. The KXT On The Road crew got some great footage for a couple new Live Sessions. More in the coming weeks. For now, enjoy When My Time Comes by Dawes. (Source: http://www.youtube.com/)
On The Road: Dawes frontman Taylor Goldsmith took some time before the band’s show at the Granada Theater a few weeks ago to play a song on the back patio of J. Pepe’s on Greenville Avenue.
Taylor Goldsmith from Dawes plays “Coming Back To A Man”, off the upcoming record Nothing Is Wrong. From the On the Road series from KXT 91.7 and Art&Seek (by kxtradio) (Source: http://www.youtube.com/)
Dawes – If I Wanted Someone A new track from California’s Dawes, from their upcoming record Nothing Is Wrong. Download this song in exchange for an email here.
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On The Road: After driving all night from their Dallas gig to South by Southwest in Austin, the band members of Middle Brother performed a beautiful, acoustic version of their song “Million Dollar Bill” off their eponymous debut album.
Hear clips from the upcoming Middle Brother EP!
Deer Tick – “Twenty Miles” This band, from Providence, Rhode Island, is mainly built around the vocals of John McCauley, who incorporates country and rock influences into his writing and sound. After Rolling Stone proclaimed their second record Born on Flag Day the “Country-Rock breakthrough of the year”, they joined tours with Neko Case and… Read more »
Gomez – “Airstream Driver” This song, from Gomez’s sixth record A New Tide, shows the expanse of their musical talents, pulling in blues, catchy pop melodies, and quirky indie rock sounds. Despite finding success with their first two releases Bring It On and Liquid Skin, they have bounced around between labels before landing on Dave… Read more »