Garage-psych rockers, Holy Wave, have their next album Adult Fear which is out March 30 via The Reverberation Appreciation Society. The Austin based band, originally from El Paso, have been working on this album for a while and have toured all over the world since their last release in 2016.
Kid Evo, a 23-year-old, aspiring musician has the momentum for his first tour across tour. His realistic lyrics in his album, Goodbye Liana, gives his audience the relatability they need with life experiences such as the ups and downs of relationships. The San Marcos native discussed with Con Safos Magazine, his ambitions, life experiences, and his growing love for the people who have supported him in his vision.
Jessie Frye has brought pop to the forefront of the Lone Star State’s music scene. After having won Best Pop Act in 2015 and 2016 in the Dallas Observer Music awards and the same award in 2017 at the Denton Music Awards, Frye has put herself at the forefront of Texas’ music emblems.
Seattle rockers Thunderpussy have big plans for 2018. The band that has become so popular for the rock n’ roll theatrics are on tour and months away from releasing their first full-length album. At the beginning of this month, Thunderpussy kicked off a large tour that includes dates at SXSW and ends with the release of their debut album.
Talking about empowering oneself, fighting for one’s rights and defending one’s community, Frontera Bugalú’s songs bring a commentary of how it actually is to live in the U.S.-Mexican border. The band brings an upbeat sound reflective of the El Paso and Juárez scene, along with lyrics that speak to the listener about their roots and the base of their culture.