Loser City is taking part in Austin’s annual Free Week festivities with a show featuring Fake Four noise rap pioneers Moodie Black as well as Oddateee, Chisme and a slew of local support that includes Chief and the Doomsday Device, who is fresh from an opening slot with Public Enemy, and aggro electro-punks BLXPLTN, who may […]
Tonight at Spider House Ballrom, Austin legend Tee Double, fresh off a collab with Sly & Robbie and a musical appearance on Breaking Bad, is performing with Chief and the Doomsday Device and The Weird Project. Don’t miss out!
Tonight! Another Loser City show! This time with electro-punk furor of BLXPLTN, the sharp tongued wordplay of P-Tek and the incendiary dance floor politic of Space Camp Death Squad. Savvy fun times for all, only $5 at Spider House Ballroom.
BoomBaptist Is About to Kick It Live There is a show tonight that you must check out. It’s at the Spider House cafe, it’s only $5 and it features one of the coolest DJs in town. I should preface this by saying that I am not a connoiss… The good folks over at Ovrld have […]
Digital America Francesca Lyn interviewed Danny and I for the new academic journal Digital America. It was a fun interview and we got into why we wanted to start Loser City, what you’ll be seeing from us soon, and what other Loser City-affiliated projects are on the way.
Whaaa-ttt?! ANOTHER Loser City show?! Yes indeed! And this time it’s headlined by the incredibly talented BoomBaptist, who is coming off a ridiculous run of support dates that include gigs with P.O.S, Cut Chemist and Just Blaze. Joining BB are the Lower Class, a neo-Native Tongues style group from San Marcos, and Secret Levels, a sharp tongued Austinite […]
Oh shit everybody— this weekend is the first Loser City show! We’re bringing the jamz to Spider House Ballroom this Saturday, Oct. 19th!.The line-up is great, with Slugbug headlining and Chalkboards, Easy, Tiger, The Sun Machine and Team 2nd Place all in tow. Come on out if you’re in Austin!
THAT FACE. Photo art by Dylan Garsee.
A quick preview of a glitchy photo essay by Dylan Garsee on the mystery of Beaumont Brawls that we will be featuring in the inaugural issue of Loser City.