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Dark Waves

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The first time I saw Hentai Improvising Orchestra was on a sunny Saturday afternoon in the late aughts, out behind Doc’s Records & Vintage’s original location on Montgomery Street. The experience was very church-like. T...


Terrible People is the first -- and may be the last -- we hear of recorded Mailman.

Special Delivery

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It’s like Night of the Living Dead, but instead of flesh-eating zombies you’ve got a reanimated band and a reanimated record label. The former is Mailman, a gritty smart-pop quartet (think: Calhoun meets The Old 97’s) tha...



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And the Winners Are…

ANTHONY MARIANI
BAND Quaker City Night Hawks   ROCK The Hanna Barbarians   NEW ARTIST The Royal Savages   AMERICANA/ROOTS ROCK Holy Moly   HARD ROCK The Me-Thinks   TEXAS MUSIC Green Light Pistol   HEAVY METAL Sou...


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MAF’14: Party Balls

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There was a soccer game Sunday afternoon. I know because when I rolled into The Pour House to see Toy Gun at 5 p.m., there were nine million people there, most of them casting their gazes skyward at the sports bar’s walls of ...



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MAF ’14 Schedule Announced

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Forty-eight bands, all from the great 817 and all nominees in Fort Worth Weekly’s 17th Annual Music Awards, will converge on eight venues in the West 7th Street corridor at 4 p.m. on Sunday, June 22, as part of the Weekly’s...


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MAF’14, Round 2

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The full lineup for Fort Worth Weekly’s 12th Annual Music Awards Festival is just about done. For the free daylong concert on Sunday, June 22, at eight venues in the West 7th Street corridor (Lola’s Saloon, The Grotto, Magn...



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Music Awards Festival, Round 1

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Here’s the first batch of bands to play Fort Worth Weekly’s 12th Annual Music Awards Festival (MAF) on Sunday, June 22, at eight venues in the West 7th Street corridor. And they are: Pinkish Black, Son of Stan, The Hanna Ba...


The new lineup for Henry the Archer is wrapping up its first full-length. Photo by Dustin Schneider with Plastik Object Photography

Henry the Archer: Aiming for Cowtown

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New Jerseyan Richard Hennessy had been playing music since high school and professionally as the one-man project Henry the Archer for a couple of years before his employer offered him the chance to relocate to the sunny shores ...



After working on their sophomore album for three years, the guys in Stumptone have finally decided it's time to release it.

Stumptone Returns

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Going to local shows (or even listening to KXT), you might think that smart, highly polished indie-rock has been around North Texas forever –– Calhoun, The Orbans, Ice Eater, The Unlikely Candidates, and Un Chien seem to be...


(From left to right) Nevada Hill, Ryan Williams, and Daron Beck have put out a mesmerizing slab of doom. Photo by Lauren McClure.

Bludded Death Reigns

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Perhaps Bludded Head’s most distinguishing characteristic is vocalist/guitarist Nevada Hill’s light voice. Backdropped by his band’s pulsating, stomping beats and loud, growling riffage, his vocal instrument is more in ke...