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May 25, 2022

What You Will: “Time Holds Her Tongue”

By: Jack Anderson

What You Will isn’t the easiest band to Google, so we’ll break down the basics for you here. Chris and Jenni Wiggins started the group in 2010 as a straightforward folk duo, and after cutting their teeth at the Kerrville Folk Festival, the band’s expanded into an alternative-indie-folk-rock sextet. For the past year, Jenni and Chris have tided over listeners by uploading intimate performances at NeWorlDeli to their YouTube channel. But despite the charm of those stripped-down renditions, What You Will deserves to be experienced in full, which brings us to Nothing To See Here. Engineered by Justin Douglas at King Electric Recording right here in Austin, Nothing To See Here serves as a perfect studio debut for What You Will. True to its name, it’ll captivate your senses (no visual enhancements required) with some really well-thought out folk fusion and fantastic instrumental interplay. Nothing To See Here drops this Friday, so do What You Will with that information. But your official recommendation comes courtesy of one of the record’s rowdiest – “Time Holds Her Tongue“.


June 30, 2022

Caramelo Haze: “Something About Goodbye” (feat. Amalia Mondragón)

With the explosive success of Black Pumas, Grupo Fantasma producer Adrian Quesada has become a household name in the mainstream consciousness. But that doesn’t mean Adrian’s the only visionary coming out of Grupo. Far from it. We can’t overlook Grupo Fantasma co-founder and guitarist Beto Martínez, who’s also been the major driving force behind Austin […]


June 29, 2022

Jonathan Terrell: “I Know”

Sporting a leather jacket with frills, hats with brims (not bills), and a voice that both thrills and chills, Jonathan Terrell is still Austin’s arbiter of “cosmic country”. Formerly the frontman of Austin rock outfit Not In The Face, we named Terrell our May 2020 Artist of the Month, right around the same time he […]


June 28, 2022

Kalu & The Electric Joint: “Garden of Eden”

For the better part of the past decade, we’ve kept a close eye on Nigerian-born, Austin-based singer-guitarist Kalu James. James first caught our attention with intimate solo acoustic gigs at venues like the Cactus Café right around the release of his 2013 full-length The Offering: Flesh. After linking up with guitarist JT Holt, James co-founded […]