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Jacob Furr’s Sierra Madre

Radioville, Simon Flory (Self-released)

Big Heaven, Olivia (Dreamy Life Records)

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The Hype

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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...

Drug Mountain

One wonders if Lester Bangs was foreseeing this when he wrote that rock 'n' roll is a "raw wail from the bottom of the...

Tim Hensley

Tim Hensley's debut CD, Long Monday, has been a long time coming and is sure to stand as one of the best country-bluegrass releases...

Michelle Mayfield

The title of Michelle Mayfield’s most recent c.d. comes from a Ralph Waldo Emerson line: “What lies behind us and what lies before us...

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...

Carlene Carter

Carlene Carter's first CD of new material since 1995, Stronger, is an independent woman's coming-to-terms-with-the-world-of-broken-hearts collection of country and occasionally country-rock songs. There is...

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...

T-Wrex

Arlington rapper T-Wrex brings social consciousness to his gritty, modern hip-hop on his debut album, My Life on Paper. Aided by a global arsenal...

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...