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Eaton Lake Tonics

Prolific indeed is Eaton Lake Tonics frontman Domenic "Tony" Ferraro, who's already released two of this year's most intriguing local discs under his literary-inspired...

Future Clouds and Radar

Have you ever gone out on a first date with someone, hit it off immediately, enjoyed unexpected hours of heartfelt conversation and some sizzling...

Overkill

Move forward or keep the status quo? In thrash, do you stay tied to the mid-1980s — arguably the genre's halcyon days — or...

Pat Green

The 2003 release of Wave on Wave marked a turning point and dividing line in Pat Green's career. Some of his early fans considered...

Jazz Week

Russian-born Dallasite Manya Repnikova writes songs that manage to capture the electricity of moments like those just before a Texas-sized thunderstorm unleashes its payload. The...

Matt Wilson Quartet

Coming up for air in the middle of a period of obsessive listening to the 1964 Charles Mingus band with Eric Dolphy, I slipped...

Little Texas

In 1997, I attended Little Texas’ farewell concert at Billy Bob’s Texas and witnessed a good but not great performance by an overblown group...

Various artists

Kinky Friedman’s songs are known more for their titles than what the music sounds like. “They Ain’t Makin’ Jews Like Jesus Anymore” and “Get...

Andy Friedman

Singer-songwriter Andy Friedman complains on the first track off his new album, Weary Things, that he misses being broken, lowdown, and alone. By the...

Bob Margolin

As with most blues, feel and sound matter more than lyrics. The words don’t always matter because the emotion in every real blues song...