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Valient Thorr

Remember nü metal, that genre of suck-ass Jock Jam bands like Korn and Godsmack? When they weren’t busy making huge, multi-zippered, idiot-pants fashionable, they...

Summer Dean’s Unladylike

Summer Dean Unladylike (Self-released)   Summer Dean has been working on her solo material for years, playing shows frequently (including opening for notable country stars Sam Outlaw and...

The Derailers

My philosophy on tribute albums: When covering popular songs, a band should make its own artistic statement rather than mimicking the original. It pisses me...

Dirt&Earthyvibes

As their name suggests, Dirt&Earthyvibes rely on some down-home growling and rowdy hippie-style hand drums. Surprisingly, though, on the Grapevine foursome's second album, Messages 2...

The Crash That Took Me

Why is everybody so nostalgic all the time? Are they worried that nothing in the present or future will be as good as what happened...

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...

Andy Fairweather Low

Andy Fairweather Low’s first “solo” c.d. in 26 years, Sweet Soulful Music is obviously influenced by his long association with Eric Clapton and his...

Sawed Off Sick

For a band that describes its origins as "from the depths of hell," Dallas psychobilly outfit Sawed Off Sick writes some surprisingly singable and...

The Damnwells

The Damnwells have come a long way since recording their debut c.d., the stripped-down Bastards of the Beat, in a mini-storage unit in Manhattan....

Glen Reynolds

If you go to MySpace.com/Chomsky, you’ll find info on MIT’s resident geopolitical provocateur Noam Chomsky instead of Chomsky, the Denton garage-rock outfit that, between...