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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...


Dear, KFWR/95.9-FM, The Ranch

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I appreciate all you’ve done for local Texas Music. The battles of the bands, the promotional shows (Pickin’ Parties, Colgate Country Showdown), the resources on 959theranch.com – the things you do on a consis...



Dear, KFWR/95.9-FM, The Ranch

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I appreciate all you’ve done for local Texas Music. The battles of the bands, the promotional shows (Pickin’ Parties, Colgate Country Showdown), the resources on 959theranch.com – the things you do on a consis...


Sober Bands? Quelle Horreur!

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Wow. Just wow. Apparently now in Seattle, one of the hippest cradles of indie music on our fair planet, performing musicians can’t drink onstage. They never could, really, but the applicable law was written decades ago an...



Sober Bands? Quelle Horreur!

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Wow. Just wow. Apparently now in Seattle, one of the hippest cradles of indie music on our fair planet, performing musicians can’t drink onstage. They never could, really, but the applicable law was written decades ago an...


Be Cool

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I’ve said it before, though it bears repeating, if only because I’ve said it before: Modern ’til Midnight, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth’s annual music/art blowout, is transportive.



Be Cool

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I’ve said it before, though it bears repeating, if only because I’ve said it before: Modern ’til Midnight, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth’s annual music/art blowout, is transportive. The artwork, th...


Black Tie Affairs

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In November, Black Tie Dynasty will finally release its sophomore album, Down Like Anyone. Unlike Movements – the band’s debut released in 2006 by Dallas-based Idol Records – the new album will come out indepe...



Black Tie Affairs

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In November, Black Tie Dynasty will finally release its sophomore album, Down Like Anyone. Unlike Movements – the band’s debut released in 2006 by Dallas-based Idol Records – the new album will come out indepe...


Southern Goth

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I think I may have seen Deadman’s first show, about five years ago in somebody’s homey backyard on the West Side. Not as “groundbreaking” as I’d heard (the band, not the backyard), but there seemed...