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Concert Review: Lolaspalooza at Lola’s Saloon

Jasun Lee
There was a lot of buzz surrounding the sixth Lolaspalooza this past weekend at Lola’s Saloon (2736 W 6th St 817-877-0666). And for good reason. This year’s installment of the annual local music lovefest was a celebration o...

Pinkish Black

Pinkish Black: Bury the Past, Eye the Future

The heavy experimental duo is set to release a new and old album.
The year 2014 was a good one for Fort Worth’s heaviest, noisiest experimental duo. In the spring, Pinkish Black completed a West Coast tour with Italian progressive rockers Goblin, kindred spirits whose soundtracks for ’70s...

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...


MAF ’15: That’s a Wrap

Well, the votes have been tabulated, all 5,000-plus of them, and we have our winners, but we won’t be announcing them until an event next weekend for nominees and their plus ones only. (The after-party will be open to the pub...

Van Darien

Top 5 Shows

Steve Steward
1) In terms of booking female songwriters and female-fronted bands, Magnolia Motor Lounge might be the leader of the pack; I don’t mean to say that MML is the only place in town where a lady can get a gig, but people who grou...


MAF’14, Round 2

The full lineup for Fort Worth Weekly’s 12th Annual Music Awards Festival is just about done. For the free daylong concert on Sunday, June 22, at eight venues in the West 7th Street corridor (Lola’s Saloon, The Grotto, Magn...


Music Awards Festival, Round 1

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...

(From left to right) Nevada Hill, Ryan Williams, and Daron Beck have put out a mesmerizing slab of doom. Photo by Lauren McClure.

Bludded Death Reigns

Perhaps Bludded Head’s most distinguishing characteristic is vocalist/guitarist Nevada Hill’s light voice. Backdropped by his band’s pulsating, stomping beats and loud, growling riffage, his vocal instrument is more in ke...

Ice Eater’s Don’t Care is a “welcome chunk of kaleidoscopic international flavor.”

Best Local Albums of ’13

Time to celebrate your favorite local music columnist’s favorite records.
Fort Worth produced a ton of good records this year, and there’s just so much to choose from that compiling a judicious list of favorites is nearly impossible. But trying is part of the fun, right?   10.) It’s a toss-u...


Pinkish Black Lights Up

Dark times underlie their dark music, but this Fort Worth duo is on the move.
Even the family tree of band names reads like the cast of some creation myth culled from the collective human consciousness: Ohm was the first, from which came Yeti, who begat The Great Tyrant, from whose ashes arose Pinkish Bl...