Annual Austin festival also promises Kurt Vile, Devendra Banhart, High on Fire, Chelsea Wolfe, and more.
Jason Narducy’s Split Single and Oklahoma shoegazers Broncho open the night.
An impressive sense of self, if displayed through frustrating limitation.
Taken from the band’s upcoming third LP, Double Vanity.
Extensive summer outing also features Twin Peaks and BRONCHO in support.
Oklahoma rockers return with the follow-up to 2014’s Just Enough Hip To Be Woman.
Relaxing before the show with a band that doesn’t seem to ever relax.
Ten years later, the Austin festival stays true to its original spirit.
The good, the bad, and the Yeezy.
Forty-four reviews that prove The Farm is more or less a permutation of nirvana.
Thirteen smaller acts you won’t wanna miss while down on The Farm.
Rubblebucket, Bear’s Den, Broncho, Betty Who, and more coming to the Farm.