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Best/Oddest Local Vids of ’15

Sean Russell Returns

Stella! (Rose)

Bright Future

Fort Worth Sings For Haiti

Hearsay

Hearsay

Deep Ellum on Air, Rage

The Dallas Observer recently published a story about some dude trying to build a web portal that would simulcast every concert in Deep Ellum....

Must Be Something in the Wine

I say "Grapevine," you say ... what exactly? Main Street, maybe? The only regularly bustling family-friendly retail strip in North Texas devoid of chain...
Deaf Angel's metallic, melodic debut has been a long time coming.

Loud Ascension

Man, this music biz is crackers. Not news, I know, but sometimes you come across a local band or album that makes you wonder...

Everybody Wants Some

North Texas radio is returning to the medium’s roots. In the most microscopic increments imaginable, but still. Some community involvement is better than none....
The Hanna Barbarians have got a van. And a plan. Look out.

Barbs’ Pop-Off Tour

So The Hanna Barbarians got a van: a 2010 15-passenger Chevy. The reason? Oh, just a short but undoubtedly intense tour through Austin, Waco,...

Welcome Home, Leon

Got to give credit to Leon Bridges’ people. His message is –– like his coiffure –– on point. For about a year now, we’ve been...

Overlooked Outlaw Kinky

You’d have to scratch your noggin pretty much to the bone to think of a bigger artistic iconoclast than Kinky Friedman,...
Pablo & The Hemphill 7 may be the longest-running Fort Worth band in town.

SoundClash ’13: Irie Times

The year 2004 seems like forever ago. The music scene hereabouts was only a fraction of what it is now. The only day-in/day-out rock...

Merkin, McInroe, and You

Sure, there are free outdoor shows everywhere in the summer in the Fort. And there are free benefit outdoor shows. But don’t workaday local...