Tag: The Black Angels
Night Beats Have Become a Myth of a Band
The Austin psych rock group’s Dan Auerbach–overproduced third record signifies an end to regional music scenes and adherence to aesthetic.
Refunds Be Damned: Austin City Limits Marches On
For anyone who didn’t want to be at festival so soon after the Vegas shooting, ACL offered full refunds. But the festival didn’t back down—and the result was a weekend of mutual love and appreciation.
The Black Angels, “Death Song”
Billionaires in the White House? Come Armageddon, come.
Breaking: Sadie & Arlo & A Record a Day
Some parents dress their kids up like superheroes. Some dress their kids up like athletes. But Sadie and Arlo’s parents dress them up like their favorite album covers.
PREMIERE: The Black Angels’ Take on The Beach Boys’ “Good Vibrations” Kicks Off Levitation Austin’s Saturday Mixtape
The former Austin Psych Fest stakes its claim among the best-booked festivals in the country.
The Black Angels, “Clear Lake Forest”
Following last year’s successes, the Black Angels are staging an encore with Clear Lake Forest, a 30-minute effort that tells stories of executioners and—you guessed it—clear lakes.