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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...

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...

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...

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:...