• Posted on Dec 06, 2021

    Vinyl Night – Second Tuesdays at Carpenter Hotel

    Every Second Tuesday of the month from 6-8pm in the lobby of Carpenter Hotel – come out with your own records or peruse the Carpenter’s selection for Vinyl Night! Drinks and snacks from Carpenters Hall. Free to all! Next up: December 14th with hosts Scott Gardner of Stronger Than Dirt & Bryan Carroll of The […]

  • Posted on Dec 01, 2021

    Art Island: Bestow – Sat, 12/4 – Sanctuary Event Space

    Be sure to stop by the disco house with eclectic Christmas tunes and past holiday specials curated by KOOP DJs! Get Tickets Here “Art Island is officially back with our first large-scale event since early 2020, and we can’t wait to be with you all! We’re hosting a magical night in a centrally-located, nature-rich venue […]

  • Posted on Nov 22, 2021

    Try Hard DJ Residency – Last Saturdays

    Catch KOOP DJs spinning records every last Saturday of the month at Try Hard Coffee from 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM! On November 28th we’ll have Flower Punk, host of forthcoming program The Microchip Revolution, and Video Femme. Artwork by Aaron Muguerza

  • Posted on Oct 18, 2021

    Semihelix Album Release Party – Sat, 10/23 at Radio Milk

    KOOP is proud to be a sponsor for The Cosmic Clash and Radio Milk Recording present Semihelix album release w/ my education and Thunderstars. Get your tickets & find more info here Join us for a special evening of music featuring: Semihelix my education Thunderstars Sponsored by: Deep Eddy Vodka Still Austin Whiskey Goodburn Sauce […]

  • Posted on Oct 05, 2021

    Plant The Seeds of Communal Love with Alan Moe Monsarrat’s New Reggae LP Agriculture

    Prepare to give praise to the “Most High” and bask in positive Rastafari-inspired vibrations! Flamingo Cantina’s resident reggae legend and bandleader of the Mau Mau Chaplains Alan Moe Monsarrat released a new LP Agriculture on vinyl last July. Unfortunately, I was unable to attend the release party at Flamingo Cantina, but I must do my […]

  • Posted on Oct 04, 2021

    Fall Membership Drive Thank You Gifts

    We’re excited to debut our first-ever flash drives and YETI tumblers this fall alongside the traditional limited edition t-shirt. Check out the gift levels below, and we’ll add images of the 16GB Flash Drive & YETI 20oz Tumbler as we finalize the designs. $15/mo or $100 one-time – T-Shirt $25/mo or $175 one-time – 16 […]

  • Posted on Sep 27, 2021

    Moonrise Kingdom Screening – Mon, 10/4 – Meanwhile Brewing

    Rescheduled to Mon, October 4th. Join KOOP & Rocket Cinema for an outdoor screening of Moonrise Kingdom at Meanwhile Brewing! A tormenting and surprising story of children and adults during the stormy days of the summer of 1965, the film is the latest in our Wes Anderson series. Snag your tickets here! October 4, 7:45 […]

  • Posted on Sep 24, 2021

    Ms. Pearl and Her General Store

    “It’s time to swing open the doors … come on in!” With those words, Ms. Pearl welcomes listeners and gets underway with good music and conversation. Michael A. Brown: How did Pearl’s General Store get its start and its name? Ms. Pearl: Before I moved to Austin, I hosted a weekly show in Dallas called […]

  • Posted on Sep 13, 2021

    The History of Mexican Independence Day: Dieciseis de Septiembre

    For centuries “New Spain” (Mexico) was an oppressed colony in the Kingdom of Spain.  Fed up with tyranny, on September 16, 1810, a Catholic priest in the village of Dolores, Padre Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, rallied his parishioners with a call to action now known as “El Grito de Dolores.”  That event marked the beginning […]

  • Posted on Sep 01, 2021

    Sci-Fi Punk Rockers Pocket FishRmen want you to rebel with a sense of humor

    Artful science fiction punk rockers extraordinaire, Pocket FishRmen, are back with their latest LP We Are Masters of These Levels. If you enjoy not taking life too seriously while simultaneously desiring to dismantle corrupt systems of power, then this is the album for you. Pocket FishRmen sing of rebellion, whether it be rebelling against the patriarchy […]