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Audrey Nuna: A Rising Star Embarks on Weed Killer Tour with Ashnikko

Audrey Nuna: A Rising Star Embarks on Weed Killer Tour with Ashnikko

Audrey Nuna, a rising star and critically acclaimed rapper, is set to grace stages across North America as she joins trailblazer Ashnikko for the highly anticipated Weed Killer tour, starting in Austin, Texas on September 10.
This marks Audrey Nuna’s first official tour and is highly anticipated by her growing, dedicated fanbase, solidifying her position as an artist to watch in the music industry.
This exciting opportunity comes hot on the heels of the release of her new single. ‘Locket’
and promises to be a captivating chapter in Nuna’s career which is undeniably poised for stardom.

Nuna’s music possesses an edgy modernity, infusing her aesthetic with dark, futuristic, boundary-pushing elements that resonate with fans and critics alike.
Carving out her own niche in the music industry, her addictive and memorable dance anthems masterfully combine infectious beats, catchy melodies, and her effortlessly hard-hitting flow.

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Locket’ Nuna’s recent single, showcases unique musicality and cements her status as a rising talent. Having been Dubbed as “mesmerizingly addictive” by V Magazine, Nuna is capturing the attention of music enthusiasts and critics alike.

Accompanied by a thought-provoking video directed by the late Valentin Petit,
who tragically passed away in an aircraft accident earlier this year. It has been hailed as an artistic and concept-driven visual; “Locket” stands as a poignant memento to the artistic vision of both Nuna and Petit.

Watch the visually stunning music video to witness a captivating blend of art and music.

Her unique blend of styles and commitment to creativity have propelled her into the spotlight, making her one of the first female Korean-American R&B acts to break into US mainstream culture, having garnered attention from reputable outlets such as The New York Times, NPR, Vogue, and Billboard, to name a few. At the age of 24, Nuna is undeniably on the cusp of stardom and is poised to make a lasting impact on the music industry.
The Weedkiller Tour is just the beginning of Nuna’s musical journey. She is currently working on a new body of work, and ‘Locket’ serves as a tantalizing taste of what’s to come.

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We have our Meet Cute on the first stop of the Weedkiller Tour in Austin Texas, and the sold out show has been an absolute revelation.
Backed by androgynous dj with vibe elevating mash ups created with immaculate skill, setting the perfect foundation for showcasing Nuna’s undeniable talent and magnetic stage presence. Nuna brings an infectious energy that instantly grabed the attention of the audience, and her high-octane show left no room for boredom as she effortlessly engaged the crowd, exuding confidence and passion. Nunas infectious anthems made dancing unavoidable from wall to wall, even the hardened security guards at Stubbs couldnt resist moving with the beats.

Audrey Nunas Undeniable dedication to her fashion aesthetic was demonstrated when she walked on the outdoor stage in her signature vinyl couture, in the 110 degree Texas heat wave, and was still an absolute dance technician.

Audrey Nuna was a perfect compliment to Ashnikko distinctive style, proving Nuna’s captivating stage presence, and genuine love for her craft have already solidified her position as a force to be reckoned with.

This is just the beginning for Audrey Nuna, as she tantalizes her growing fanbase with the promise of a new body of work. This forthcoming project signifies a new and captivating chapter in Nuna’s career, as she further explores her artistic boundaries.

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Audrey Nuna is undoubtedly a rising star worth keeping an eye on, and will continue captivating audiences with her electrifying performances and boundary-pushing music on the remainder of the Weed Killer Tour.
Fans and music enthusiasts await her upcoming performances with eager anticipation, ready to witness her undeniable talent on stage alongside Ashnikko, and they can expect an unforgettable and electric live experience.

Her star is only rising higher and brighter and her dedicated fanbase is eagerly awaiting what she has in store next, knowing without a doubt that Audrey Nuna is an artist on the brink of phenomenal success.

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Anthrax Cancel Austin Date, Hatebreed and Black Label Society Continue With Show

Anthrax Cancel Austin Date, Hatebreed and Black Label Society Continue With Show

Words & Photos by Ursula Rogers

A hot, humid dusty Texas day saw yet another cancellation of the great thrash metal band, Anthrax, “due to medical concerns” Even after the canceled Dallas date, fans were still hopeful they would be able to perform at Stubbs in Waller Creek Amphitheater as part of their 40th Anniversary tour with Hatebreed and Black Label Society. Anthrax is one of metal’s “big four” along with Megadeth, Metallica, and Slayer. The band has been touring since the early 1980s and has released over 11 studio albums. Hatebreed frontman, Jamey Jasta said members of Anthrax promise will return and rock out with Texas fans. Anthrax performed for Thursday night’s August 11th show.

Jamey Jasta and co came out ready to rock. With performances of “Defeatist,” “Destroy Everything,” “Looking Down The Barrel of Today, and so many other songs. The music went hard. Even with an extended set and their energy kept up with the Texas heat. At one point, Jasta encouraged the crowd to get so hype their balls would stick together and titties would drip with sweat like a waterfall. While there was disappointment without Anthrax present, fans had a fun time. The crowd illustrated this with a cloud of dust from moshing. There was a point when I couldn’t tell if the constant haze was from dust or heat. When you go to a Hatebreed show. You do not just listen with your ears. It is a full-body experience, nearly cathartic. In addition to their current tour, it is also the 20th Anniversary of their album, ‘Perseverance’. They will be headlining with Gatecreeper, Bleeding Through, Bodysnatcher, and Dying Wish on various dates.

Hatebreed Setlist August 9,2022

1. Proven

2. Destroy Everything

3. A Stroke of Red

4. Bonded by Blood (Exodus cover)

5. Before Dishonor

6. Burial for the Living

7. This Is Now

8. Seven Enemies

9. Last Breath

10. Empty Promises

11. Tear It Down

12. Perseverance

13. Smash Your Enemies

14. A Call for Blood

15. Driven by Suffering

16. Instinctive (Slaughterlust)

17. Live for This

18. Looking Down the Barrel of Today

19. I Will Be Heard

Hatebreed’s Fall 2022 US Tour Dates:

10/27 – Virginia Beach, VA @ Elevation 27 

10/30 – Cleveland, OH @ Agora Theatre 

11/04 – Sauget, IL @ Pop’s 

11/05 – Oklahoma City, OK @ Diamond Ballroom 

11/07 – Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall 

11/09 – Lubbock, TX @ Jake’s Sports Cafe 

11/10 – Albuquerque, NM @ El Rey Theater 

11/12 – Grand Junction, CO @ Mesa Theater 

11/14 – Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater 

11/15 – Seattle, WA @ The Showbox 

11/17 – San Francisco, CA @ The Regency Ballroom 

11/19 – Anaheim, CA @ House Of Blues 

11/20 – San Diego, CA @ House Of Blues 

Black Label Society followed Hatebreed as the final act of the night. Lead vocalist/guitarist Zakk Wylde took the stage in his wicked kilt. While there was a frenzy during Hatebreed’s performance. The vibes for the BLS set were a quieter excitement on the surface. There were whoops of delight and excitement overall and the band had a trance over the crowd. The former Black Sabbath guitarist’s dazzling array of acrobatics on the guitar showed why he is one of the best in the business. Everyone was top tier. Performances of “Destroy & Conquer,” “Overlord,” “Heart of Darkness,” and so many others impressed me. One song I looked forward to, “In This River,” did not disappoint. The song is a heartfelt tribute to his fallen friend and one so many of us can relate to with so many deaths due to the last couple of years. This was my first time seeing Black Label Society but hopefully, it won’t be my last.

Black Label Society Setlist August 9, 2022

1. Funeral Bell

  2. Destroy & Conquer

  3. Overlord

4. Heart of Darkness

5. A Love Unreal

6. You Made Me Want to Live

7. The Blessed Hellride

8. Spoke in the Wheel

9. In This River

10. Trampled Down Below

11. Set You Free

12. Fire It Up 

(Guitar Duel)

13. Suicide Messiah

14. Stillborn

Summer Co-Headline with Anthrax

Special guest, Hatebreed

08/08 – Dallas, TX @ South Side Ballroom**

08/09 – Austin, TX @ Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater

08/11 – Atlanta, GA @ The Tabernacle

08/12 – Orlando, FL @ House of Blues (SOLD OUT)

08/13 – Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore (SOLD OUT)

08/15 – Cincinnati, OH @ The Andrew J Brady Music Center

08/16 – Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium

08/18 – Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore

08/19 – Rochester, NY @ Main Street Armory

08/20 – Detroit, MI @ Fillmore**

08/22 – Pittsburgh, PA @ StageAE Outside

08/23 – Toronto, ON @ History

08/24 – Trois Rivière/Montréal, QC @ Amphithéâtre Cogeco

08/26 – Brooklyn, NY @ Coney Island Amphitheater

08/28 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore**

** No Hatebreed

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Dropkick Murphys Tour Brings Celtic Punk Rock to Stubbs BBQ in Austin

Dropkick Murphys Tour Brings Celtic Punk Rock to Stubbs BBQ in Austin

The long-awaited Dropkick Murphys tour makes its way to Austin. With high-energy Celtic punk rock and even higher middle fingers at the legendary Stubb’s BBQ Amphitheater. 

It’s been two years since Dropkick Murphys brought their signature brand of Celtic rock to Austin. Judging by the hordes of fans decked in scally caps, Doc Martens, and kilts lined up around the block of Stubbs and packed in bars nearby before the show. You’d think it had been a decade or more. The band was finally back in town supporting the release of their 2021 album Turn Up That Dial. Other than co-frontman Al Barr bowing out of the tour to help care for his ailing mother. The show went on without skipping a beat.  

The show started with a bang as the band took the stage in full Celtic regalia. Lee Forshner began belting out the classic “Cadence To Arms” on the bagpipes. The moshing kicked off as the band segued into “Do or Die,” followed immediately by “Barroom Hero.” 

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By the time Ken started chanting out “The Boys are Back,” the fans were surfing across the crowd while beer cans flew overhead. Later in the set, the band brought out their opening acts to join them on stage. Together they played Ahern’s “Caught in a Jar,” The Rumjacks’ “Worker’s Song” and The Bombpops’ “The Dirty Glass.” 

As the night drew to a close, the Dropkick Murphys then performed their 2013 hit “Rose Tattoo”. Then followed immediately with the well-timed “Kiss Me, I’m Sh*tfaced” because by that time a number of fans were indeed quite sh*tfaced.

Of course, no Dropkick Murphys tour is complete without the Celtic punk anthem “I’m Shipping Up to Boston.” The crowd chanted along with the full force of 2,500 drunken Irishmen and women. It was the perfect end to a long-awaited night. 

Dropkick Murphys Tour Setlist

  1. The Lonesome Boatman(The Fureys cover)
  2. The Boys Are Back
  3. Do or Die
  4. Barroom Hero
  5. Blood
  6. Johnny, I Hardly Knew Ya
  7. Turn Up That Dial
  8. Middle Finger
  9. The Warrior’s Code
  10. Caps and Bottles
  11. Boys on the Docks
  12. We Shall Overcome
  13. The State of Massachusetts
  14. Queen of Suffolk County
  15. Curse of a Fallen Soul
  16. Police on My Back(The Equals cover)
  17. Going Out in Style
  18. Caught in a Jar(with Jesse Ahern)
  19. The Body of an American(The Pogues cover) (with Mike Rivkees of the Runjacks)
  20. The Dirty Glass(with Jen Razavi)
  21. Amazing Grace(John Newton cover)
  22. Rose Tattoo
  23. Kiss Me, I’m Shitfaced
  24. Worker’s Song
  25. Good as Gold
  26. I’m Shipping Up to Boston

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Bad Religion Returns To Stubbs Austin & Delivers For A Hungry Crowd

Bad Religion Returns To Stubbs Austin & Delivers For A Hungry Crowd

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Pop Punk’s Still Not Dead Tour Takes Over Stubbs Austin

Pop Punk’s Still Not Dead Tour Takes Over Stubbs Austin

New Found Glory Takes Over Stubbs With The  Pop Punk’s Still Not Dead Tour!

New Found Glory Takes Over Stubbs With The Pop Punk’s Still Not Dead Tour!

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