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February 20, 2019

Jocelyn & Chris Arndt: “The Weatherman”

By: Jack Anderson

Siblings. Best friends. Bandmates. Call ’em what you want, but at the end of the day Jocelyn & Chris Arndt make for a great pair. They may be young but between Chris’s guitar and Jocelyn’s vocals, this New York duo has an amazingly mature sound. And it’s no surprise, since these Harvard grads have been playing bars together beginning in the 7th grade.

The diversity and strength of Jocelyn & Chris Arndt’s songwriting is readily apparent on their upcoming third full-length, The Fun in the Fight. They’re already touring in support of The Fun in the Fight and although there aren’t any Austin appearances, you can still enjoy the full record everywhere this Friday.

For now check out the album closer, a signpost between bossa nova and soft rock that evokes the sounds of the ’70s while still serving up a timeless dose of musical meteorology, “The Weatherman”!

Photo: Kiki Vassilakis


September 29, 2023

Tribe Mafia: “Take Me” (feat. Erik Goca)

It’s beyond satisfying to hear a homegrown Austin artist not just outside the local city limits, but in a piece of media that gets global reach. And while it may be impossible to top White Denim in the official Nintendo Switch trailer, we gotta give it up to Tribe Mafia for their recent induction into […]


September 28, 2023

Daniel Fears: “Say Something”

Here at KUTX and Song of the Day, we try to be as dutiful as we can in providing both an accurate representation of the Austin Music Experience and great tunes. But honestly, all talent aside, for some local artists we often have to dig around to find something that’s actually airwave worthy. Daniel Fears, […]


September 27, 2023

Nihiloxica: “Asidi”

What happens when you aggressive UK bass collides with testosterone-driven Bugandan percussion? Nothing quiet, that’s for sure. That specific combo of acoustic and electronic, of modern and traditional first came about with the formation of Nihiloxica half a decade back, when UK producers Spooky-J and pq linked up with Nilotika Cultural Ensemble members Isa, Sally, […]