Posts Tagged ‘bands’
Collin Herring is back in more ways than one.

New, Improved Collin Herring

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I never thought I’d say this, but Collin Herring is now an elder statesman of the Texas music scene. When the Fort Worth native was just starting out, circa the early aughts, he was wheels-off enough to make Mötley Crüe loo...


Emmanuelle Seigner entices Mathieu Amalric in Venus in Fur at the Modern, Fri-Sun.

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 23 If you were disappointed with last spring’s Muppets sequel, you can bring back the good memories with 2011’s The Muppets when it screens at Sundance Square. The troupe’s good-natured spirit is fully in evidence...



FU’s Kenny Uptain (second from right): “There’s no slowing down. If anything, we’ve probably picked up a little more than we had in the past.”

Foxtrot Uniform Keeps Dancing

Though the band’s new album is in the bag, the musicians aren’t resting.
ANTHONY MARIANI
Though Foxtrot Uniform’s sophomore album, Cisco, is ready to be released in early September, frontman Kenny Uptain and drummer Kelly Test’s project is already moving on to album No. 3. As with Cisco and the band’s 2012 de...


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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...



Fresh-faced Vincent Neil Emerson has an old soul.

Killer or Filler?

Our critics take a look at some new local records.
FORT WORTH WEEKLY STAFF AND CONTRIBUTORS
New stuff by a young, folk-inspired bluesboy, a precocious rapper, and a veteran hard rock band prove that Fort Worth’s music scene is as productive and lively as ever. –– Anthony Mariani   Vincent Neil Emerson’s s...


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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2014 Music Awards

EDWARD BROWN, JIMMY FOWLER, ERIC GRIFFEY, ANTHONY MARIANI, JEFF PRINCE, STEVE STEWARD w/ photos by Vishal Malhotra
For the past 17 years, Fort Worth Weekly has been celebrating Tarrant County musical talent by putting on the Music Awards, a popular vote for the best artists in town in categories as varied as rock and jazz, C&W and hip-h...


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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...



Like The Light Crust Doughboys, Shotgun Friday harks back to the days when bands had sponsors.

Slammin’ Sounds

Shotgun Friday’s “hill-hop” goes down smooth.
EDWARD BROWN
Shotgun Friday is blending music with craft beer know-how into an eclectic mix of sounds that co-frontman and banjoist Tony Drewry has dubbed “hill-hop,” a mix of “hillbilly and hip-hop.” Not surprisingly, Drewry is a b...


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Killer or Filler?

Indie-rock, metal, and jazz are coming at you from North Texas. As always.
FORT WORTH WEEKLY MUSIC STAFF AND CONTRIBUTORS
In this month’s look at mostly newish local records, a compilation CD of indie-rockers shines, Denton jazzbos swing, and perhaps the 817’s first bona fide heavy metal band reaches into the vault. –– Anthony Mariani &nbs...