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Krafty Kuts, real name Martin Reeves, is the multi-award winning DJ/producer and the undisputed King of breaks. From humble beginnings, Krafty has an enviable career which boasts accolades ranging from eight times Breakspoll Winner, Best International DJ and Best Single of the Year by DJ Mag. He’s played alongside everyone from The Prodigy to Fatboy Slim and even the Rolling Stones. Brighton based Krafty Kuts developed his passion for DJ'ing in the late 1980's after winning a DJ competition ...
 
Thom, from The Mr. MMAction Podcast, has started a new podcast that isn't about MMA. It's simply about EVERYTHING else. A brother from The BroKast Podcast and distant cousin to The Lo-Kut Krew Kast. #BeardClubforMen #PodernFamily Apple iTunes: The GingerBeard Man Kast Twitter: @GingerBeardKast Instragram: The GingerBeard Man Kast E-mail: TheGingerBeardManKast@gmail.com
 
To make a positive change, help our Youth realize it is more to life then being average, but to be themselves. We hope you brothers and sisters support us and our show. We are two positive young black males trying to be heard, and as well as delivering messages that are relatable, planting a seeds and for us as a Youth to grow and come together. Please comment and share, to contact us you can email us at gwinnfield19@gmail.com. Brendenw1994@gmail.com
 
The Ticket: A Presidential Podcast from The Texas Tribune and KUT News. Each Week KUT's Ben Philpott and the Tribune's Jay Root provide a rundown of the week's campaign actions and bring you interviews with people who make a living working on, covering or commenting on the campaigns.
 
Let's Talk Bruh is a podcast on Black Masculinity. We have conversations on mental health/therapy, black male privilege, vulnerability, patriarchy's impact on black women, friendship, sex and much more with a type of vulnerability rarely heard in the podcast space. Our conversations are designed to create a space where Black Men can have deeper conversations, vent, laugh, cry, celebrate each other AND call each other for problematic behavior. With each episode we try to do our part in consid ...
 
The Blackfeet were hunters, travelling from place to place on foot. They used implements of stone, wood, or bone, wore clothing made of skins, and lived in tents covered by hides. Dogs, their only tame animals, were used as beasts of burden to carry small packs and drag light loads. The stories here told come down to us from very ancient times. Grandfathers have told them to their grandchildren, and these again to their grandchildren, and so from mouth to mouth, through many generations, the ...
 
Independent Musician/ Sound Producer/ DJ heading from Tallinn, Estonia MISS MANTS - the 1st breaks/bass lady of Estonia. Former at Russian IBWTmusic records 2017-2020. Nominee as the best producer at the International Breaks Awards (IBA) 2017 in Spain. She has been studying classical music and playing the piano for 12 years. Influences by the Prodigy album “Music for the Jilted Generation” and the sound of the late 90s drum & bass has led her to the love of breaks music.
 
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Failure is a word that carries a lot of baggage, arousing emotional responses that we’d usually rather avoid. But what about success? Why does the thought of success conjure images and feelings of comfort and satisfaction? This week, Two Guys on Your Head‘s Dr. Art Markman and Dr. Bob Duke examine how the heights of success and the “training wheels…
 
You’ve still got a couple days left of early voting in Texas, and even if you’re the type to wait until Election Day, Bay Area group Roots & Tings has the perfect track to get you through whatever lines you may encounter. It’s only been two months since Roots & Tings released their debut All of This, an album that thoroughly demonstrates their unab…
 
A friendly reminder: Early voting continues in Texas through this Friday, October 30. November 3 looms on the not-so-distant horizon. And songwriter / activist / The Suffers‘ front woman Kam Franklin is taking the lead with a gargantuan virtual event to remind folks to get up off their butts already and vote. Kam Franklin and Friends is a livestrea…
 
With the winds as high as they are in Austin right now, there’s no excuse not to fill your sails and cast away. Enter the Live Music Capital’s leading authority on yacht rock, Alex Chod, and his appropriately-christened vessel YATTE. YATTE (“YAH-tay”) has an uncanny ability to emulate and evoke sounds of the late ’70s and early-mid ’80s while inter…
 
Your Austin Music Minute maven had the pleasure of hosting an awesome stripped-down acoustic set by The Drums in KUTX’s Studio 1A last year, during the band’s tour supporting Brutalism. However, for this week, songwriter Jonathan Pierce is taking it back a decade, when fans got hooked on their first single “Let’s Go Surfing.” The Drums’ self-titled…
 
As the son of Black Crowes guitarist Marc Ford, California-born and now Austin-based songwriter Elijah Ford has had the spirit of rock n roll coursing throughout his veins, even before he began touring with his father’s group Fuzz Machine at age seventeen. Collaborators have seemed increasingly keen on working with Ford, whose company has been enjo…
 
There’s a lot in these line-ups, and they’re just getting started. The Love and Lightstream Drive-In series at the Haute Spot in Cedar Park is keeping the live music going in a way you can enjoy it safely. The following artists are the show bills for this weekend, and you’ll be pleased to know there’s more badassery on the way: –Friday Oct. 23 – Sh…
 
It’s no secret that we here at KUTX adore Jackie Venson. This native Austinite’s take-no-grief principles matched with an infectious personality is perfectly encapsulated in Venson’s distinct brand of guitar-driven blues and soul, making her music a must during quarantine. Jackie Venson hosts My KUTX tomorrow night at 6PM and today our multimedia t…
 
Multi-instrumentalist/engineer David Butler and singer-songwriter Matthew Brue launched their Austin-based duo MISSIO not too long ago, and since their 2017 debut they’ve quickly accrued international acclaim thanks to their seductive strain of alternative indie electronic. Tomorrow MISSIO drops a new LP, Can You Feel The Sun, radiating with excell…
 
It’s a double dose of Wild Child this weekend with two shows coming up: -The track “Think It Over” on today’s Austin Music Minute is from their album Expectations, but did you know Wild Child has a new EP coming out? They’re celebrating with a release show Saturday, October 24, at Empire Control Room, 606 E. 7th St. The bill includes the fantastic …
 
Though they’ve only been around for a couple years, Austin funk-soul collective Honey Made has a shared lifetime of experience. And while they’ve got no trouble recalling the sound of icons like James Brown or Sly & The Family Stone, Honey Made’s fresh take on the soul genre is anything but saccharine. With the production help of Grammy winner Stev…
 
The track you heard on today’s Austin Music Minute may have sounded a bit familiar, and with good reason. It’s a wonderful tribute, from one red headed stranger to another – though they may not be strangers to you. Walker Lukens has recorded a few of Willie Nelson’s best-known hits and a few deep cuts for his new release Red Headed Strangers, descr…
 
When drummer Aaron Jaques first linked up with vocalist Benny Alley back in 2011, sparks flew right off the bat and the two didn’t waste any time establishing themselves with a series of recognizable remixes under the handle Bronze Whale. And for the past half decade, these auteurs have maintained complete control over their mixing and mastering pr…
 
Having started classical piano lessons at age four, those (figurative) ebony and ivory keys have stayed close to the heart of singer Roxi Copland. After dropping her debut EP in 2008, Copland built up an admirable reputation (and award recognition) across the Midwest with her hodgepodge of blues, jazz, and Americana. Copland’s since gone on to rele…
 
These are the stars you’ll see tonight, with the perfect rooftop POV. 3rd and Lamar Media crushes it again with their virtual event, 3rd and Lamar’s Rooftop Live. The crew brings the rooftop party directly to you with electro-pop artist DOSSEY, Jonathan Horstmann’s electro/synthwave project Urban Heat (featured on today’s AMM), and electronic compo…
 
It is a full-on crisis. And, in no uncertain terms, it’s the rapid dismantling of the “Live Music Capital of the World” as we know it. Similarly to many cities across the country, Austin has lost music venues as a result of the financial strains due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Though Austin City Council recently allocated $5 million for venue preserv…
 
The stalwart engineer for Two Guys on Your Head, David Alvarez is throwing in the towel and turning his attention to the finer things in life. David has worked at KUT since 1982 and has been the engineer for Two Guys since our first recording back in 2013. In this edition of the show Dr. Art Markman, Dr. Bob Duke, and Rebecca McInroy talk with Davi…
 
With lead vocalist, guitarist, and co-producer Omarr Escoffie behind the sonic steering wheel, Austin four-piece Omarr Awake has kept as busy as they can during quarantine. The quartet’s ever determined to push the boundaries of the rock genre and plan on doing so even further with the release of a new EP in the near future. Tonight from 6:30pm-8:3…
 
While the social media world is consumed with Ocean Spray and Fleetwood Mac, Austin singer-guitarist Nick Diaz has just shared his own contribution to the aura of autumnal soft rock. It’s been a couple years since he’s released a new album under the name Buenos Diaz, and while 2018’s Gringo Novelas has tided us over for the most part, his steady st…
 
Native Austinite JP Pfertner got his start in 2009 fronting the rock outfit Built By Snow, but just as their success was boiling up, Pfertner shifted gears to become a solo bedroom producer under the handle Oh Look Now. Fast forward to 2020 where Pfertner’s taken yet another hard left turn, this time as Velcrowolf, showcasing his multi-instrumental…
 
Born in Brooklyn and now bouncing between the Big Apple and Malibu, singer-guitarist Patty Smyth has spent more than a decade on the road with her backing band, kicking ass with her pre-existing catalogue of ferocious arrangements and fiery performances. But after nearly thirty years, this Grammy and Oscar nominee’s finally conceded to pleas for ne…
 
It took Jonathan Terrell nearly three years to make Westward. It wasn’t easy going to the studio to record his third LP. Only weeks before, Terrell lost his brother Emmanuel to PTSD. Terrell will be the first to tell you his brother was his biggest fan, and deep down, the Austin songwriter knew his album really had to speak. All the emotional narra…
 
Back when KUTX first started in 2013, one of early favorites was Austin singer Akina Adderley. But in the years since, Adderley’s devoted more and more of her time both as one third of retro “girl pop” trio Charlie Faye & The Fayettes and as the fearless orator at the head of world jazz group NORI, all the while continuing her legacy of bold, Afro-…
 
This is where it’s at. The buzz is out for another must-see line-up at The Far Out Lounge in South Austin. Your Saturday night was made for sets like these: -Music. Modeling, Painting. Design. This is what one would describe as a bona fide Renaissance man – but extra. Detroit-born/Austin-based hip-hop renegade Mike Melinoe is on the bill. -Not conf…
 
The AMM has your schedule for Domain Northside‘s Northside Rocks Busking Hours, an October music series spotlighting local artists, each performing at different spots around the Domain from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturdays. Plenty of opportunities for musical discovery and supporting local artists! This Saturday – San Gabriel (“Another One” featured o…
 
Mélat is featured in ACL Fest 2020, Friday Oct. 9 at 7:45p. The Austin R&B singer-songwriter first played the Zilker Park fest in 2017. NPR Live Sessions/KUTX – Shot in June 2020 by Jorge Sanhueza-Lyon, audio mixed by Jake Perlman Though there’s an endless array of people claiming to “do it all”, Austin’s Mélat lives up to the expectation. This Stu…
 
It was a dream. But it wasn’t. But…it moved like one. All your Austin Music Minute host vaguely remembers is Madonna, Big Bird, John Wayne, and…a sexy banana? Freddie Kruger woulda seen this one, turned and run screaming. (Or he would stay to party, probably.) It was actually a commercial Sweet Spirit put together for South Congress costume spot ex…
 
If you’re a longtime listener of KUTX then you’re already familiar with Kydd Jones, but in case you’re not, this Austin-based producer-rapper-singer maintains a steady output that navigates across the hip-hop spectrum. You’ll be listening to a track that sounds like early-’00s-era Madvillain one minute and the next you’ll hear one that evokes an au…
 
We all know Steve Aoki’s reputation as an internationally renowned DJ, but recently the thrill seeker’s downshifted just a bit from the nonstop globetrotting and beatmaking to found his Latin underground label Dim Mak En Fuego, shining the spotlight on rising artists like Venezuela’s Andrekza. Born in San Antonio de los Altos and now based out of L…
 
Back in the late ’80s there was this post-punk quartet About The Poets, and while we haven’t heard from that iteration of ATP since ’88, the Wisconsin four-piece has recently re-emerged under the new handle A Thousand Plateaus. Listening to their debut eight-track makes you question whether those three decades even went by, since A Thousand Plateau…
 
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