Posts Tagged ‘doom ghost’
The Hendersons

Top 5 Shows

Steve Steward
1) Ever seen the Hendersons? I think I saw them long ago when the Gold Standard was still around; if my memory isn’t mistaken and it was in fact that band, then the show was in the afternoon at that bar during the Weekly’s ...


Squanto

Top 5 Shows

Steve Steward
1) The Grotto’s Friday night bill is interesting; Squanto headlines, with Shmu and Tidals playing at 11 and 10pm respectively, so you’ll be getting a heavy dose of samplers and keyboards and sonic collages, but Big Hand/Big...



Jetta

Soundcheck 817: Jetta in the Ghost Tree

Eric Griffey
Fort Worth Weekly is launching a new feature called Soundcheck 817. Every week we’ll interview a band playing around town, and they’ll perform a song or two.  For our maiden voyage we asked Jetta in the Ghost Tree ...


Fungi

Top 5 Shows

Steve Steward
1) It’s a good week for big shows in small rooms. Besides the free shows at Republic Street on Friday and the Chat Room show on Saturday (more on those below), The Boiled Owl has a kickass lineup. Austin’s Leopold and his F...



MAF

Music Awards Festival, Round 1

HEARSAY
Here’s the first batch of bands to play Fort Worth Weekly’s 12th Annual Music Awards Festival (MAF) on Sunday, June 22, at eight venues in the West 7th Street corridor. And they are: Pinkish Black, Son of Stan, The Hanna Ba...


Britt Robisheaux listens to the same music you do. Courtesy Nick Prendergast

All’s a Board

Producer Britt Robisheaux just wants to make great records.
ANTHONY MARIANI
At some point in 2007, Drug Mountain bassist Britt Robisheaux picked up the phone and dialed a number. On the other end (eventually) was Steve Albini, the legendary musician, writer, and producer who’s worked with some of the...



Fungi Girls, The Longshots, War Party, SpiderFriends, and Siberian Traps are just some of the local underground bands to contribute to the inaugural compilation album by Lo-Life Recordings and Dreamy Soundz Records, Group Therapy Vol. 1.

So Dreamy

HEARSAY
One Sunday in November, The Where House on the Near Southside opened its doors to some of the best bands in North Texas’ underground scene. War Party, Doom Ghost, Mailman, SpiderFriends, Siberian Traps, and several other punk...


Lo-Life's Cameron Smith (center), who also fronts War Party, thinks Fort Worth is on the verge of something special.

High Hopes for Lo-Life

HEARSAY
Lo-Life Recordings is thinking big. The DIY Fort Worth collective/label has already begun doing what any good collective does: concentrate bands’ energy (and anxiety) on projects, including shows, events, and, of course, reco...



The Phuss has just released a killer new album and is on tour with The Toadies.

Killer or Filler?

Fort Worth produces garage, triple-A, punk, and post-rock for review.
Fort Worth Weekly Staff and Contributors
Here’s a split EP released on cassette (!) and digital download that features six tracks of raging, lo-fi punk rock thrills, with a virulence that I haven’t heard in these parts for quite awhile. Between these two bands, Do...