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Broncho with Kopecky, Coconut Milk and Near Earth Objects

Friday • Fountain Square

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Over the past five years, Broncho has ridden its love of ’70s Punk and ’80s Indie Rock to a press kit full of praise and the kind of fairly high-profile song placements that couldn’t help but broaden its loyal fan base.  

Divine Fits

April 2 • Taft Theatre

0 Comments · Monday, March 25, 2013
Divine Fits' debut, the aptly titled A Thing Called Divine Fits, finds the quartet employing its lead duo’s addictive stock in trade: sharp, groove-oriented tunes marked by spiky guitars, shimmering keyboards and an urgent vocal thrust.    

Spoon Charts Its Own Course

Back-to-back Top 10 albums haven't changed its approach

1 Comment · Wednesday, August 4, 2010
Spoon is the Pete Rose of Indie Rock: Consistently strong performers year after year, album after album, show after show. The Austin-based quartet founded by singer/guitarist Britt Daniel has been forcing its will on discerning listeners for more than 15 years now, a slow build that culminated in its last two albums.  

Eels, Pearl, Motion City Soundtrack and Spoon

0 Comments · Friday, January 22, 2010
Mark Oliver Everett doesn't feel the slightest hesitation about baring his soul, whether in his old persona of A Man Called E or in his better-known sonic disguise as Eels. And Everett's particular genius is in the casually devastating manner that he attaches his well-worn heart to his plainly visible sleeve, making it painfully and beautifully universal.