Posts Tagged ‘band’

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ? 3 Though known for his bombastic blue-eyed soul, R&B, and funk, Josh Weathers also does solo and quartet work throughout North Texas. Catch him and his trio at Keys Lounge, 5677 Westcreek Ct, FW. Admission is free.&nb...


A Failsafe Rowdy Weekend

Hearsay
Resort to Failsafe is an Aledo band that’s going places, a statement that I freely make not because I just read a glowing article about the band in some national magazine or because I just heard one of the band’s songs on t...



2010 Fort Worth Weekly Music Awards

Photos by Vishal Malhotra
In terms of sheer productivity, the past 12 months will be remembered as a pivotal moment in Fort Worth music. Everybody and their dog put out an album, EP, or song –– and 99 percent of them were bona fide, full-fledged, no...


Blame HUMANERROR

The Fort Worth quintet has a new 7-inch on the way and is planning a small Midwestern tour.
COLE GARNER HILL
HUMANERROR’s performance reputation precedes the band. Inside an unventilated, austere warehouse, the noise is palpable, the speed astonishing. Fists swing like maces, sweat flies wild, bruises are taken in stride. Enraptured...



Keepin’ it Real at Dos Amigos

Last Call
I realized the other day that I need to pay more attention to pop music, because in another 10 years, the set lists of cover bands are going to adjust themselves, and at my current rate of absorption, I will have very little to...


The Heart of Saturday Night

Last Call
If I heard it once this week, I heard it a dozen times: “So, didja go to The Where House party?” In case you missed last week’s HearSay column, I’m referring to a party on Saturday night at The Where House on Hemphill S...



D-Beat Via Rotundus

The metal-punk quartet’s new cassette is an escape.
COLE GARNER HILL
Sunsets of orange and violet, freedom from the visual clutter of skyscrapers and highway overpasses, pecan pie at the Lord’s Acre in the fall, Indian paintbrushes in the spring — the area just south of Fort Worth is a perfe...


Titanmoon Sees Stars

The well-traveled synth-rock band has more going on than just a new album.
JIMMY FOWLER
The title of Titanmoon’s new album We All See Stars could easily refer to the songs: glittery, buoyant, and flowing with a seductive sonic generosity. Sounds incorporated into the tunes include ones captured at a revival at a...



Launching

Hearsay
On Saturday at The Grotto (517 University Dr. near the Cultural District, 817-882-9331), the Rivercrest Yacht Club will play its second-to-last show for a while.


SXFW

Hearsay
Every year around this time, I launch into a spleen-o-gram about SXSW and how the annual Austin music festival is supposed to be about the discovery of new, unsigned bands but has become just one major festival featuring major ...