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The bluesy psych-rocking Hanna Barbarians intend on releasing a series of EPs over the next several months instead of a single recording.

Death of the Album?

R.I.P. Wesley Hathaway

Maren Morris Is Our Hero

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Don’t Feed the Trolls

I hate typing “Black Pussy.” I hate that the Portland-based riff-rockers are getting even more press because of their name (and there’s been a...

Dagger Club Rises

The story of the phoenix is most certainly cliché, but seeing as how people still show up en masse for cover bands, it’s always...

Ridglea Room a Big Tease?

The Star-Telegram recently said that Jerry Shults has almost completed work on a key piece of rock ’n’ roll real estate. A venue inside...

Music Awards Recap

I’m stuck in a post-Music Awards malaise. After months of planning, begging, and coercing, the Music Awards season drew to a close after Sunday...

Fort Worth Now or Later?

Back during South by Southwest’s halcyon days (circa 1998-2008), I’m pretty sure that for most of us visiting journalists and other, much less cool...

Abraham Alexander’s “America”

Fort Worth soul/R&B singer Abraham Alexander is the kind of guy you want to take home to Mom. He’s clean-cut, young, good-looking, very religious,...

Whence the Under-30 Stars?

Turns out that for Brian Forella, owner of Lola's Trailer Park and adjacent Lola’s Saloon, keeping the lights on has required some concessions, especially...

Texas Music: Breaking the Internet

It’s not our fault people can’t read. This is why People magazine and Reader’s Digest are two of the highest grossing magazines in the world,...

Junk in the Trunk

I’ve got something weighing on me, and while I’m loathe to write about it, I need to toss it out to the open air,...

Levi Ray’s Battling On

Based on my own recognition of his name, I assumed that Levi Ray, himself an enduring fixture on the local singer-songwriter circuit, had a...