Mohawk Austin

Tuesday Nights in June (indoor stage)

Live music with local Austin bands Belcurve with Whit and Sun June.

Austin indie rock Tuesday at Mohawk Austin in the Red River Cultural District.

Belcurve plays Mohawk on Tuesday night. Come out and say “hi”, enjoy some of Austin’s best local live music and soak in some classic Austin vibes.

7 Reasons Why You Should See Belcurve Tuesday night at Mohawk:

With so many events going on in Austin on a Tuesday night how do you decide which show to see? Here’s why we think you should find yourself at Mohawk this Tuesday:

  1. Mohawk is in the Heart of the Red River Cultural District. The best live music venues, restaurants, food trucks, hotels and bars that Austin has to offer all within a few blocks.

  2. Local Austin band “Belcurve offers some of the best indie rock in Austin." -DO512

  3. Perfect timing! Catch 3 bands and get home before it’s too late on a “school night.”

  4. You’re in Austin – come out and see some local live music!

  5. Small, intimate live music venue indoors with great sound.

  6. Progressive Power Pop. (Kind of like if Blondie was weirder – we are in Austin after all!).

  7. Close to some amazing restaurants: Las Chismosas, Koriente, Stubbs Bar-B-Q, Arlo's, Angry Eggroll, Hoboken Pie, Pelon’s Tex-Mex and more!

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Mohawk 912 Red River Austin, TX 78701

 

“Sweet melodic rock led by the ever-beguiling vocals of Sarah Castro.”

-Laurie Gallardo, KUTX 98.9 FM

"Punchy guitars, steadfast bass lines, and intricate drum patterns merge to create peppy indie rock redolent of PJ Harvey and Jenny Lewis. Much like Harvey and Lewis, Castro's voice is delicate and pointed at once, occupying that sweet space between antidote and venom that can be so difficult to perfect. But, of course, Castro nails it. Belcurve offers some of the best indie rock in Austin."
-DO512

“Even with the blistering instrumentation and crushable melody, what stands out most is Castro’s ability to express raw vulnerability in her near muttered delivery of “I’ve never been so scared of this thing called love.” Belcurve has been good for a while, but in that moment they make it clear they’re now firmly in the territory of great.”

-Nick Hanover,Ovrld

(Austin, TX – 2019) Belcurve is a four-piece band from Austin originating from different parts of the US, bringing individual hometown influences to create their sound, which they call Progressive Power Pop. They fit in well and thrive in Austin because of their eclectic backgrounds, genre-range and lyrical themes. The band consists of Sarah Castro the mastermind behind it all (lead vocals, guitar), Andrew Solin (guitar), Charlie Anderson (bass, violin) and Matt Booth (drums). Matt Parmenter (the band’s producer and co-founding member along with Castro) plays bass and synth on the studio album tracks. Listeners can hear the influence of contemporary song-focused rock bands in their recordings and on stage. They like to get creative with synths and spacey/acid guitar sounds and vocal harmonies that stretch them into Pink Floyd territory.

The album title for These People in my Head grew from a song title Sarah had in her lyric bank for years. “I felt that it was a nice peace offering I have with myself. If I just call it all out, and lay out my demons a little bit, the people in my head have less effect on me. All metaphoric of course.”  The album was recorded at keyboardist, Matt Parmenter’s studio, Ice Cream Factory Studio, a world-class studio he runs in a space which has been home to And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of DeadPaul Barker of Ministry, and many more. Having access to their own studio gave Belcurve the latitude to experiment and make their “songs grow in any direction we please.” They are able to dig in to find a new way to approach whatever’s not working and they have the freedom to stretch in a variety of directions, which helps create a truly unique sound.