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January 22, 2018

Superfónicos: “Sigue Pa’lante” (Live in Studio 1A)

By: Jack Anderson

Fusing Colombian funk and Caribe soul, Austin’s Superfónicos is a fruitful source of lush and local Latin licks. Bound together by an advocacy for peace and unity through therapeutic dance, Superfónicos was founded four years ago amongst bassist Nico Sanchez and guitarist Erick Bohorquez over their shared passion for Afro-Colombian rhythms. Performing now as a seven-piece, Superfónicos’ pairing with famed Austin producer Adrian Quesada gave birth to the group’s 2017 debut full-length album filled with infectious Latin sounds riddled with Caribbean textures.

Superfónicos stopped by KUTX’s Studio 1A last June and they’re performing this Friday at Hotel Vegas alongside Frederico7, Dub Seance and Steven Lee Moya. You can listen to Superfónicos right here on KUTX!

Jack Anderson (Host, Monday-Wednesday 8-11pm, Saturday 6-10am)


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, […]


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Restos: “Time”

If you remember Western Youth, then you’re familiar with Graham Weber. And if you know Graham Weber, you know he lays down great work wherever he may wander. A decade and a half into his solo discography, Weber launched Western Youth right here in Austin in the late twenty-teens and spearheaded their solo eponymous full-length. […]