Jun 122012
 

 

Since their development in mid-2000′s, The Cribs are taking on North America again. Their fifth album, In The Belly of the Brazen Bull is building steam and is ready to blow. They are back with a string of North American tour dates and slide into Austin tonight with The Golden Boys and Devin at The Parish. 8pm

 

Also in the Clubs:

End of Ear – The Young and John Wesley Coleman

Mohawk - Shivery Shakes and Bobby Jealousy 9pm

Spiderhouse – Josh Lightnin’ and Ben Pickett 10pm

Continental Club – Will Sexton and The Ephraim Owens Experience 8pm

 

At the Movies:

The Paramount Theater’s Summer Classic Film Series presents: The Coen Brothers 1987 classic, Raising Arizona.  Starring Nicolas Cage, Holly Hunter, Trey Wilson and John Goodman. Upon it’s release, it did not make it to blockbuster status, but since then has become a cult classic. Childless couple  H.I McDonnough (Nicolas Cage) and Edwina ‘Ed’ McDonnough’s (Holly Hunt) troubled path to “set things right” and the idiosyncratic dialogue throughout is a definite classic of shear comedic genius. Paramount Theater 9:15pm

 

May 232012
 

 

Canadians Great Lake Swimmers, are a perfectly flowing, melodic folk band filled with the subtlety and beauty of violins, uprights and the warm and inspiring vocals of Tony Dekker. With public endorsements from Robert Plant and Feist, these Canadians have long been a word-of-mouth favorite in their home country and it is inevitable that word is spreading. With Cold Speck tonight at Stubbs 9pm. Great Lake Swimmers will also have a free in-store performance at Waterloo Records at 4:30pm.

 

VA VA VA Voom! Delia Dread is now producing shows at the legendary Antone’s night club. Doing shows every other month showcasing the best burlesque in Austin, Texas and surrounding areas. Ms. Dread claims that “With so much fantastic burlesque here in town, its about time we have a classy joint to call home.” So don’t miss this show and reserve yourself a VIP table for some close up action!

 

Also In The Clubs:

Coldtowne Theater – Austin Sketch Fest: The Encyclopedia Show 10pm

Red 7 – Hundred Waters and My Education 9pm

Elysium – Bauhaus Family Tree 9:30pm

Hotel Vegas- The Kinks Hoot Night with Cowboy and Indian, Leopold and His Fiction, The Memphis Strange and many more!

29th Street Ballroom – John Wesley Coleman and Black Forest Fire 10pm

Nutty Brown’s KVET Free Texas – Cory Morrow 7pm

 

At The Movies:

Weird Wednesday presents: Toys are Not For Children (1972). This sick, twisted and unhealthy obsession with toys leaves a woman without home, husband and normal life. Spiraling out of control landing her as a high priced NYC hooker. The ending is so shattering that it may leave you traumatized and stunned. Leave your toys at home and proceed with caution. Alamo Ritz. 95 min. R.

-Stephanie Groves

 

Apr 072012
 

MOVIES

Titanic 3D - The James Cameron classic retrofitted for new technology (as Cameron is wont to do). Look how young Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winselt are!

American Reunion - The cast of American Pie returns for their 10-year high school reunion. The long-awaited return of Jason Biggs!

MUSIC/OTHER

FRIDAY

Stubb’s – Catch Yonder Mountain String Band on their continuing, sold-out tour. With Brown Bird in support. Doors at 7 PM.

Continental Club – At 8:30, for no cover, see The Robert Kraft Trio. Then, at 10:30 PM, for $10, see The Mike Flanigin Trio.

The Parish – Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey just released their 21st (!) album, The Race Riot Suite, and will show off the music tonight. Well after doors at 9 PM, of course.

Haven – The Euphoria Music Festival Preparty, with Glenn Morrison, Cold Blank, Jason Jenkins and Shwann. Starts at 10 PM.

SATURDAY

Iguana Lounge – Will Taylor & Strings Attached hit the stage at 6:30 PM. Tameca Jones is also playing.

NeWorlDeli – Jan Seides brings in her intimate singer-songwriter sound. Begins at 7 PM. Other artists: Scott George, Brian Kalinec.

CMT – The season 2 premiere of Texas Women goes on at 9 P.M., ET/PT.

Ponderosa Live – It’s Tejano Saturday with tons of drink specials and, after 11 PM, only $5 cover. Starts at 8 PM.

Jax – The one and only Ginger Leigh. Begins at 8 PM.

SUNDAY

Beale Street Tavern – The Parish Underground is presenting John Wesley Coleman and Light Me Up. Doors at 7 PM.

Mohawk – All ages welcome for an indoor show with Pontiak, Zlam Dunk and La Migra. Starts at 9 PM.

The Highball – James Hyland and the Joint Chiefs begin an April Sunday residency. Free show alert!. Starts at 10 PM.