[4/23] Preview: Making Movies, Migrant Kids at Lambert’s

Migrant Kids posterThursday, Apr. 23, Austin atmospheric-indie rockeros Migrant Kids will be celebrating the release of their new single at 2nd Street hotspot Lambert’s. They will be joined by fellow Austin indie band O Conqueror and Kansas City Latin Alternative favorite Making Movies.

Formed in 2011 in Detroit, Migrant Kids began their musical journey together in Michigan with cousins Miguel Ojeda and John Zakoor. They became a trio when the group moved to Austin, which is where they found the 3rd member of the group, Bryan O’Flynn (drums). The released their self-titled debut in 2013 and have been working on their follow-up album with popular Austin band Bright Light Social Hour. Migrant Kids headline at midnight.

No stranger to Austin, bilingual rockeros Making Movies are led by brothers Enrique and Diego Chi (singer/songwriter/guitarist and bassist respectively). The quintet fuses elements of American rock with traditional Latin rhythms effortlessly. They have been multiple Austin Vida showcase performers over the years and also performed at Pachanga Latino Music Festival in 2014. For their most recent release, A La Deriva, the group worked with Steve Berlin of Los Lobos. Making Movies open the show at 10 p.m.

Melodic-indie quintet O Conqueror fill the middle slot at 11 p.m. The show will serve as their single release for their new single, “Raucous Love.” Listen to the teaser below.

Lambert’s is located at 401 W 2nd St. Doors open at 9:30 p.m. 21+ welcome. Advance tickets for this event are available for purchase online here. Those who purchase advance tickets will receive downloads of the new singles from Migrant Kids and O Conqueror on the morning of Apr. 23. Advance tickets Visit the Facebook event page here.

Migrant Kids

Making Movies

O Conqueror

Ian Morales

Editor in Chief - Ian is a product of Round Rock High School and St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas. He is an alumnus of the National Hispanic Institute and learned to dance at a young age with the Round Rock Ballet Folklórico. Ian also serves as the Editor-in-Chief for Austin Vida's sister site, Red River Noise.

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