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Live Oak Grows Cooler

The Near Southside’s Live Oak Music Hall & Lounge (1311 Lipscomb St., 817-926-0986) just got a much-needed infusion of youngblood in the form of...

BULLS’ Punk Spirit

If you’ve seen High Fidelity, you’ll likely recall the pair of teenagers who main character Rob catches trying to steal records. They have a...

First Call

I talked to my wife about it, and she decided, for both of us, that I would stay home and work. The other option...

Women for Women Rock 2016

An inconvenient truth: The Fort Worth music scene, the rock scene in particular, is very white and very male. Why is this important? Experiencing...

New Local Music

Hightower’s Echo Spring You have to admire the ambition on Echo Spring. The debut album from Hightower, the band-vehicle for 33-year-old Fort Worth singer-songwriter...

Amistad

Combining traditional Mexican/Colombian folk styles cumbia and vallenato with bits of reggae, calypso, rock, rap, and turntable mixing and scratching, Fort Worth-based Amistad’s six-song,...

Fort Worth Director Impresses

This week’s “Screen” page features an interview with Fort Worth filmmaker Cameron Bruce Nelson, who had three terrific short works debut this year: In...

Eyes Wings and Many Other Things to Play SXSW

One of our favorite experimental projects, Eyes Wings and Many Other Things (Dallas’ Colin Arnold and ex-Fort Worthian Sean French), will be playing a...

The Aardvark: The Fresh-Maker

A new look for the Aardvark is on the way. The longtime rock-scene staple is undergoing a facelift that owner Danny Weaver expects to...

Unknown Instructors

Sorry, kids. This isn't the resurgence of unsung and never-properly-recorded Dallas outfit Funland. Rather, it's the third installment of a poetry-rock project with punk...