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November 13, 2020

Soundcheck

By: Laurie Gallardo

We’ve been featuring catchiest pop ‘n’ soul track “James Crow” by Mobley on KUTX, but today’s Austin Music Minute opts for another top AMM groove, “Nobody’s Favourite.” All right – so both are catchy as hell, and while you’re at it, treat thine eyes to the magnificent production of the videos for each track. Holy hell. Say it with me: INTRIGUE!!!

Now it’s time for more. Six Square, Austin’s Black Cultural District, continues its music series Sound Check Virtual Concert with the fourth installment, featuring the one and only Mobley. Catch the livestream performance at 7 p.m. (Central) tonight, Friday November 13, streamed by Austin Design Week as part of their virtual wrap party.

-Action shot of Mobley by Julia Reihs for KUTX.


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