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Stumptone’s Spark

One thing I noticed while listening to Stumptone’s brand new album: Chris Plavidal and company really know how to shift the mood of a...

The Great Tyrant

The ominous mood is established by the cover art: a sepia-toned ’20s photo, which seems haphazardly attached to a piece of stained cardboard, depicting...

Krum’s Bare Knuckle Gospel

What a difference a name makes. The new joint by Tarrant County rapper Krum (formerly known as Playdough) and producer DJ Rob Viktum is...

John Denver

John Denver was a consistently — some would say mercilessly — sweet and upbeat-sounding performer, even on his sad songs. The best of his hits...

Walter Lure

Look up "survivor" in the unabridged dictionary and you're bound to see a picture of New York rocker Walter Lure's porkpie-hatted mug. Present at...

D. Anson Brody: A Song a Week for a Year

Now that major record labels have become the sole province of mega-stars, local musicians are coming up with creative ways to release new music....

Bullet For My Valentine

Bullet For My Valentine's Scream Aim Fire is either a disastrous attempt by a Welsh metal band to sound as Californian as possible or...

Linda Oh Trio

On the cover of her debut CD, Malaysian-born, Australian-bred bassist Linda Oh appears as a graphic novel heroine, silhouetted against a full moon, gazing...

Satellite Dream

Playing local and regional shows pretty steadily and releasing new DIY discs every so often, Satellite Dream has been orbiting the Cowtown scene for...

Signals & Alibis’ Looks Like Rain

It is impossible to listen to Signal & Alibis’ Looks Like Rain without immediately being swept back to the early’90s Scene that Celebrates Itself:...