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O Brother, There Art Thou

(From left to right) Alex Poulon, Matthew Baggins, Stephanie Donaghey, and LaVern Merigold are Toy Gun.

Rocked and Loaded

The Solo Sol folks find themselves the elder statesmen and -women of a scene within a scene, all revolving around Dreamy Soundz.

Solo Sol: Dreamgaze

Obsidian, Jessie Frye

Killer or Filler?

Northern Rising

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Music Feature

Flying Solo

Admittedly, the four members of Soulever Lift realize they're just another local band following every possible avenue to achieve some sort of success in...

Becoming Devi

Devi is the Sanskrit word for “goddess,” which sounds like an ambitious name for an artist, but it’s an apt description of what the...

Slowly But Surely

Here's a timeless image of a twentysomething bassist in a new band: Coby Queen answers his cell phone for a 1 p.m. interview, then...

Killer or Filler?

Madràs’ Things Can Change Since its June release, the debut album from twentysomething singer-songwriter Jeevan Antony, his bass-playing younger brother Mathew, and drummer/producer Ben Hance...

Darrin Kobetich’s Longest Winter

Darrin Kobetich and his guitars have been through a lot together over the last 33 years. When he was a howling force in thrash...

Come Together

Matt Skates has been a fixture on the Fort Worth music scene for years. He plays bass currently in seven local bands: Ginny Mac,...

Dirty Diversion

The label “garage band” may have fallen out of fashion years ago, but that doesn’t mean rockers no longer practice the art. Though it...

No Reservations

The economic downturn has not been kind to the folks from Indian Casino Records, the plucky little Seattle-based indie record label that we've profiled...
Cosmic Trigger frontman Tyrel Choat: “It’s all about having balls. Hell, if we screw up and no one’s there, at least we tried.”

New Cosmic Order

The Sword broke the barrier. The Austin quartet was one of the first heavy-metal bands to be embraced by the indie-rock community, not only...

The Wastedland

If you head east on Belknap, you’ll end up in Haltom City. You’ll know because the scenery turns into a seemingly never-ending loop of...