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Locke at the Lab, Monsters at the Dog

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You may know Tim Locke from such memorable bands as Blue Sky Black, the Grand Street Cryers, and Coma Rally. Yet other than by his aching, straight-to-the-heart voice and distinct sense of vocal melody, you probably wouldn̵...


Jack’s Off the Wall of Sound

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The lords of local music giveth, and the lords of local music taketh away. No sooner did Axis close its doors for good last month than another, equally swanky club opened.



Black Ties and Dogs

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A couple of weeks ago, HearSay penned a heartfelt billet-doux to a new Black Tie Dynasty track on the band’s MySpace page (www.myspace.com/blacktiedynastycom).


Malcolm Ex

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All of the stellar bands in town work their asses off – gigging, rehearsing, promoting shows, writing new material, robbing banks to pay for studio time.



Local Round-Up

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Hands down, one of the best heavy heavy metal bands in North Texas, Fort Worth’s Necrogazm is about to release a new c.d., The Order Within Chaos, and, based on a few advance listens, it’s just peachy.


Blue-Eyed Soul

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See, we put this paper to bed on Tuesdays, so you know that just about every Tuesday night, HearSay’s on the town causing trouble (for my liver). Of my favorite after-work haunts (the Torch, the Cellar, Shamrock Pub), the...



From the Village to the Tower

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As you may (or may not) know (or care), Associate Editor Anthony Mariani is one of, like, a thousand “music critics” across the country who votes in The Village Voice’s annual Pazz & Jop Critics’ Poll.


New Dog, Experience a Success

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Most folks in the know (don’t look at me) are pumped about the new Black Dog Tavern. (In case you’ve been sleeping these past two months, Tad Gaither’s slice o’ the East Village is relocating from a cell...



Thank Ya Very Much

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Not too long ago, before I got a life, I was a wreck – especially around the holidays.


the cut*off got Experience

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As with baking or weight-lifting or “writing,” there’s a right and a wrong way to create ’60s-ish jamboree-style rock ‘n’ roll. The “wrong” hit record store shelves a couple of mo...