Posts Tagged ‘cleanup’
Sophia Ceballos’ untitled work is part of the Exhibitionists show.

15 Hours

Fort Worth Weekly
This week’s spotlighted event is called Exhibitionists, but you will be either relieved or disappointed to find out that there won’t be large numbers of naked people running around. No, this is a pop-up event being put on b...


Top 5 Shows

Steve Steward
1) Attention females with rock band aspirations: you are blessed to live in a new age of Women Who Shred. You may already know of the Robert Fripp-inspired fretwork of Annie Clark, aka St. Vincent, and perhaps you’re familiar...

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Riverside, Oakhurst Scenic To Get Some Cleanup Love

Jeff Prince
Remember when Oncor went into the beautiful woods on Oakhurst Scenic Drive and butchered them with chainsaws? Sure you do: I wrote about it a few weeks ago (“Too Much Power,” Feb. 11, 2015). I assume most of you fra...

The Orbans’ Vedere was noteworthy for multiple reasons.

Top Local Albums of ’14

(Well, they’re one dude's faves.)
1.) A couple of years ago, as I was interviewing Calhoun songwriters Tim Locke and Jordan Roberts, the discussion turned to The Orbans’ tremendous debut album, When We Were Wild. I don’t remember exactly how Locke put it, b...


Killer or Filler?

Experimental, traditional, underground — it’s all coming out of Le Fort.
Though Cleanup’s ranks have changed a little since the band’s debut recording, the EP Wherever Your Place May Be (2012), frontman Landon Cabarubio and company are still math-rock giants. And while singer-songwriter Keegan M...

Sun Life will be the math-rocking Cleanup's debut album -- with your help.

Cough It Up for Cleanup

One of the most progressive bands in North Texas, Cleanup has just finished recording its debut album at Fort Worth Sound with producer Tanner Landry that will be mixed by Phil Martin and mastered by Dan Millice. To bring Sun L...

Ben Napier is expanding his Green Audio Productions in town.

Green Audio Expands

With all of these great new bands in town, it just makes sense that great new producers would pop up. But just remember that there’s more to the auditory styling scene than Will Hunt, Jordan Richardson and Steve Steward, Brit...

Fort Worth post-rockers Constant Seas play Lola's on Saturday.

Swirling Constant Seas

Fort Worth Weekly
The good thing about Saturday’s show at Lola’s Saloon (2736 W. 6th St., 817-877-0666) is that it will be wonky but not masturbatory. The four bands slated to play –– Fort Worth’s KatsüK Fou (featuring members of Madr...

Americana singer-songwriter Jacob Furr is going full-band. The Only Road will make its Fort Worth debut next Wednesday, the 25th, at The Basement Bar in the Stockyards.

Jacob Furr, Cleanup Bust Out

You’d think that in a town like Fort Worth, with so many outstanding bands, there’d be a bunch of super-groups, elite bands in which at least half the members play in other groups as well. But with minor exceptions, most of...


String Of Music Awards Parties Begins

Jeff Prince
The Fort Worth Weekly Music Awards evolved into a multi-event extravaganza over the years, and 2012 is destined to be the biggest blowout yet. Festivities kicked off last night with the Weekly‘s charity compilation CD rel...