Khruangbin has released the first of their new five-part live album series, and they’re kicking it off with music from a special set from Austin, Texas. “Live At Stubb’s” documents the band’s evolving live sound while showcasing some of their musical friends.
I’ve really been enjoying Khruangbin’s “Texas Moon” album with Leon Bridges, so I went down the path of watching many of their videos. Here’s a great one from their performance at Austin City Limits last year.
After releasing the “Texas Moon” EP with Leon Bridges, Khruangbin has announced that they’re expanding their upcoming tour, stretching it into August and October.
Some collaborations seem to be a forced effort, but the pairing of the Khruangbin with Leon Bridges fits like a glove. Their first project together was 2020’s “Texas Sun”, and they’ve just followed it up with a second EP called “Texas Moon”.
It feels like I pre-ordered Khruangbin and Leon Bridges’s new album, “Texas Moon”, a long, long time ago. It finally drops in a couple of days. Here’s the official video for “B-Side”, the album’s second track.
I’ve been digging Khruangbin’s new album a lot lately. And then as luck would have it, this video hit my radar this morning. Laura Lee and the band performed at Pickathon in August 2019. Here’s their tune, “Rules”.
Khruangbin has predominantly been an instrumental band, until now. Bassist Laura Lee found inspiration from a friend and discovered her expression in lyrics to create the new album, “Mordechai”.
The psychedelic genre-bending trio Khruangbin has teamed up with vocalist Leon Bridges for a new EP called Texas Sun. The vast state is home to both the band and Bridges, who pay homage to its expansiveness and beauty. “Big sky country, that’s what they call Texas,” explains Khruangbin bassist Laura Lee. “The horizon line goes all the way from one...
Two days ago, Khruangbin took the stage at the LOCKN’ Festival. At one point during their set, the band was joined by Trey Anastasio. Relix has released some of the band’s performance, with Laura Lee lays the foundation for the band’s groove.
Khruangbin remains one of my favorite musical discoveries over the past year or so. And today I was looking for videos by them I hadn’t seen before. I ran into this one of Laura Lee and the band performing at the 2016 Otis Mountain Get Down show.
We’re in for a treat today with a longer video than normal. Khruangbin took the stage at Best Kept Secret last year for a set, which included 11 tunes. Laura Lee is laying down some tasty bass work on this one.
I’ve been spinning Khruangbin on vinyl a lot lately, which set me on a path to find more videos by the band. I found this one of the band performing on NPR Music’s “Tiny Desk Concert” in 2018. Laura Lee and the band didn’t disappoint.