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R.I.P. Wesley Hathaway

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?

Best Fort Worth(-ish) Albums of ’16

Maren Morris Is Our Hero

Trumpster Josh Weathers?

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Shea and Lola

In early 2001, a Fort Worth-born singer-songwriter named Shea Seger put out a major-label album, The May Street Project, inspiring Elton John (?!?) to...

More Cowtown at South-by

Two other Fort Worth acts that I've neglected to tell you about are scheduled to perform sanctioned showcases at SXSW. The first is R&B...

From Blog to Record Label

Daily newspaper critics used to be tastemakers in the music industry. Not anymore, of course. Haven't been for a long-ass time. I mean, why...

Year of the Kat

Daniel Katsük finally seems to be getting back into the swing of Fort Worth things. Couple-a years ago, the psych-folk singer-songwriter decamped for verdant...

South-by Wrap-Up

Weekly scribe Caroline Collier also made the trip to Austin for South-by this year, and here are her reactions to some of Fort Worth's...

Come to Play

Embargo in SoDo was the site of one of several after-parties thrown by the folks behind the inaugural Lone Star International Film Festival last...

The Next Big Thing

HearSay slept in this week (that's right, all week), so staff writer Jeff Prince agreed to pinch-hit - and immediately seized the chance to...

Blues Now, Blues Later

OK, I admit. I'm not the biggest blues fan. Not because the sound is offensive - it isn't, in general, though there are only...

Come to Play

Embargo in SoDo was the site of one of several after-parties thrown by the folks behind the inaugural Lone Star International Film Festival last...

A Music-Lover’s Manifesto

I'm worried. There's this book out now by famed socio-economist Francis Fukuyama that confirms everything I've feared about hipster retro-culture. See, as technology makes possible...