The Paisano

Indie in a new light

Photo by Emilio Tavarez

Lindsey Mione

October 16, 2019

An indie rock band from Southern California, Bad Suns, returned to San Antonio after two years. Bad Suns’ stylistic performance combines ‘80s post-punk with Elvis Costello's melodic sensibilities to create their hook-heavy indie-rock tone. Since their debut album, “Disappear Here,” and their hit s...

There’s no time for stopping: an interview with OK Go

April 14, 2015

Photo Courtesy of BB Gun Press The alternative band OK Go has been making music for over a decade now, releasing four albums in that span of time, three of which involved the same group of four guys. Known for their inventive, awe-inspiring “How did they come up with that?” music videos...

Make music: life with the Spirit of San Antonio

March 31, 2015

Photo Courtesy of Kristi Meyer To experience being in marching band in high school is to experience feeling like the life of the crowd. Being responsible for the rhythmic percussion, peppy brass notes and enthusiastic woodwind sounds makes for a unique experience at sporting even...

The Jazz June Fun Fun Fun Fest Interview

November 12, 2014

Marcus Connolly/ The Paisano Influential emo band, The Jazz June, has released their first new record in twelve years. The Paisano caught up with Andrew Low, singer/guitarist for the band, this past weekend at Fun Fun Fun Fest to talk about the band’s festival experience and thei...

The Jazz June Fun Fun Fun Fest Interview

November 12, 2014

Marcus Connolly/ The Paisano Influential emo band, The Jazz June, has released their first new record in twelve years. The Paisano caught up with Andrew Low, singer/guitarist for the band, this past weekend at Fun Fun Fun Fest to talk about the band’s festival experience and thei...