Riding in from Austin, Texas, The Sword will play at Zydeco tonight a 9 p.m. Their set is an inescapable fusillade of rock in its heaviest forms, with pounding riffs and progressive interludes that are both unexpected and viscerally satisfying.
Delving into the mysterious and macabre, The Murder of Jane Crow has conjured a unique take on dark gypsy jazz.
The band’s smooth folk-rock indie sound is partnered well with meaningful lyrics that translate to real emotions, hopes, and desires.
Howdy, folks. Are you missing that old kick in your step? Is there a hitch in your getalong? Have you fallen and you can’t get up? Well, we have good news, friends. The answer to all your problems is in this jug.
Classic style meets contemporary tones when Raquel Lily performs. The singer/songwriter/engineer/producer draws from influences that span decades, balancing lyrical whimsy with clever composition
The Pleasant Grove hip-hop duo understands that to achieve anything positive, you often have to address the negative head-on.
From the Flora-Bama to Avondale Brewing, singer/songwriter Megan Kane has quickly made a name for herself across the state.
Gleefully aggressive and relentlessly groovy, The Burning Peppermints are a permanently-stoked garage rock outfit blazing a trail through our music scene.
From his folk beginnings to his latest rock project with A Slim Shadow, Craig Stilley’s musical endeavors continue to expand in the Magic City.
From early garage sessions to unforgettable gigs, The Primitive Talk glances back on their formation and looks ahead to some big prospects.