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Voxtrot Share First New Song in 14 Years – “Another Fire”

The Band's Ramesh Srivastava Directed the Video

Sep 22, 2023

Voxtrot have shared their first new song in 14 years, “Another Fire.” It was shared via a music video directed by the band’s own Ramesh Srivastava. More

Voxtrot Share New Single “Fifteen Minutes,” Announce New Tour Dates

Cut From the Stone: Rarities & B-Sides Due Out July 22 via Cult Hero

Jul 07, 2022

Voxtrot have shared a new single, “Fifteen Minutes.” It is the latest release from their forthcoming album, Cut From the Stone: Rarities & B-Sides, which will be out on July 22 via Cult Hero. The band have also announced a string of new tour dates. More

Listen: Two New Songs from Former Voxtrot Frontman Ramesh

Also Appearing at a Few Live Dates in Texas

Jul 25, 2013

Ramesh Srivastava has unveiled two new songs in preparation of a few live dates around Texas. Formerly the frontman of Austin-based indie group Voxtrot, which disbanded in 2010, Ramesh still occasionally makes new music. More

Voxtrot Breaks Up

Goodbye Cruel World!

Apr 21, 2010

After three EPs and one full-length, Voxtrot are calling it quits. Says lead singer Ramesh Srivastava on the Voxtrot website, “The career path of Voxtrot was truly one of long, simmering build, explosion, and almost instantaneous decay. Slowly, I am learning to replace any feelings of regret with positive memories of how amazing the whole thing was, and how it has, in an unexpected way, fortified my character.” We have the dates of their final tour. More


Sep 19, 2022

Voxtrot played their first show in 12 years last weekend and it was positively life affirming! More

Aug 11, 2022

File this one under answered prayers for fans of Voxtrot, the venerable 2000s era indie-pop quintet from Austin, Texas who made a huge splash in the indie-dominated blogosphere of the mid 2000s with these songs, originally released as two separate CD EPs Raised by Wolves (expanding upon the titular A-side of their second 7-inch by adding four more songs different from the original B-side) and 2006’s just as great Mothers, Daughters, Sisters, Wives EP. More

Jul 25, 2022

In conjunction with the great Austin indie-pop band Voxtrot reuniting this year a dozen years after their 2010 dissolution, they are self-releasing several compilations. More