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Free Music!

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Sounds a little tech-y and convoluted, but it really isn’t: One Hundred Second Dash is the name of a series of free downloadable compilation CDs of short songs curated by Chat Room Pub co-owner Ben Rogers and Eaton Lake T...


Hills to Climb

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I’d heard of The Hills but had never seen it until I found myself in front of the TV not too long ago, totally enraptured by the comings and goings of several semi-attractive young people whom I thought represented the ne...



Hills to Climb

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I’d heard of The Hills but had never seen it until I found myself in front of the TV not too long ago, totally enraptured by the comings and goings of several semi-attractive young people whom I thought represented the ne...


Relentless Beats

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Most rock drummers are either really fast or really musical. Few are … unique. Fort Worth has its share of fast drummers — for whatever reason, there seems to be a premium on speed, possibly because most of the bett...



Relentless Beats

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Most rock drummers are either really fast or really musical. Few are … unique. Fort Worth has its share of fast drummers — for whatever reason, there seems to be a premium on speed, possibly because most of the bett...


Shea and Lola

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In early 2001, a Fort Worth-born singer-songwriter named Shea Seger put out a major-label album, The May Street Project, inspiring Elton John (?!?) to tell the British magazine The Face, “I bought 200 Shea Seger albums.



Shea and Lola

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In early 2001, a Fort Worth-born singer-songwriter named Shea Seger put out a major-label album, The May Street Project, inspiring Elton John (?!?) to tell the British magazine The Face, “I bought 200 Shea Seger albums. I...


Come to Play

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Embargo in SoDo was the site of one of several after-parties thrown by the folks behind the inaugural Lone Star International Film Festival last year. At one point at the uncomfortably packed bar, an acquaintance with whom I wa...



Come to Play

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Embargo in SoDo was the site of one of several after-parties thrown by the folks behind the inaugural Lone Star International Film Festival last year. At one point at the uncomfortably packed bar, an acquaintance with whom I wa...


From Blog to Record Label

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Daily newspaper critics used to be tastemakers in the music industry. Not anymore, of course. Haven’t been for a long-ass time. I mean, why would any reader bother pausing to hear what some daily critic has to say about s...