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Summer-Fi

Two years ago, Mac Probst was co-frontman of Movie the Band, an Irving-based five-piece that made charmingly low-fi slacker rock in the vein of...

On Desert Museum

Lambert Carsey started Desert Museum in 2015 as a DIY recording project made in the bedroom of his friend Ryan Winters. That endeavor resulted...

Finding Grace Kali

Christian Lynette Williams knows heartbreak and loss. The veteran Fort Worth singer-songwriter has had her promising musical career stalled by a series of tragedies...

Trauma Ray’s Gaze

Many local groups flirt with the edges of atmospheric, expressive, effects-driven rock music, but none have dived as deep into the waters and come...

Daryel Sellers on His Own

Here’s a thought: How many songwriters exist in this town who have been quietly composing their tunes, jotting them down in a notebook, or...

Joseph Wayne Miller Rolls Along

From Cat Power to Smog to the Microphones, earnest and confessional solo musicians seemed intent to cloud their emotional exhibitionism behind alter egos. Although...

Arenda Light Re-Ignites

The seventh song on Magpie, the new (and second) full-length album from Azle-born alt-rock four-piece Arenda Light, is fittingly titled “Give it Time.” Frontman...

Q&A with Bosque Brown

It wasn’t too long ago that 38-year-old Denton-turned-Fort Worth chanteuse Mara Lee Miller, better known by her nom de plume Bosque Brown, was on...

Tilly and the Flowers Step Forward

It’s fascinating when a song’s lyrical content contradicts its musical tone. There’s something oddly satisfying about the juxtaposition of brooding, melancholy prose laid on...

Cattle Dog Clay Perry

When you meet Clay Perry, he is outwardly deferential and humble. The spiritual-minded rapper uses his natural humility and “sir” and “ma’am” rural charm...