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In the Spotlight

Pop music is filled with male vocalists, sincere dudes who favor attitude over ability and affect all kinds of little stylistic touches -- weird...

Bucket List Grind

Who is Juma Spears? Given that Fort Worth’s music scene seems to revolve around rock and country bands, the 23-year-old rapper’s name might not...

Free to Rock

Say what you want about sonic identities, but no matter what a band thinks it sounds like, the common element among them all is...

Quaker City Night Hawks: Just Weird Enough

Singer-guitarist and co-frontman Sam Anderson took a breath and recited the band’s latest descriptor, the one that goes out in PR e-mails to writers...

Furnished by Fate

The acrid grandpa smell of cigar smoke is heavy in the air. It hovers in dense clouds above the mirrored marble tabletops and polished...

And the Winners Are …

On Sunday at the Longhorn Saloon in the Stockyards, we announced the winners of our 12th Annual Fort Worth Weekly Music Awards in a...

High on Pyre

Any preconceived notion of doom-metal takes Four Days to Burn. By JIMMY FOWLER Easy categorizations are hard to find when talking about Fort Worth's down-tempo punk...

Rock Explosion

Fort Worth has a lot of rock bands. Indie-rock, hard-rock, stoner-rock, punk-rock. But good ol’ fashioned, straight-ahead, unhyphenated rock ’n’ roll? Eh. But Fort Worth,...

Jesse Gage’s Sad Boy Pop-Punk

Anyone who grew up loving semi-sappy pop-punk confessionals about ill-fated relationships might find a kindred spirit in Fort Worth punk troubadour Jesse Gage. The...
Lion Eye is (from left to right) Shayla Sweetz, Andrew McCollough (Dru B Shinin’), Sam Rude, Paul Gordan, Paul Garza, and Chris Birdine (Young Zeus).

Lion Eye: Roaring Rhymes and Riddims

Young Zeus, a.k.a. Chris Birdine, doesn’t have to dig very deep to find inspiration for his rhymes. When you grow up in Fort Worth’s...