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Pride and Glory

Songbird Jones Soars

What Are The Kids Into These Days?

The S&R team is hoping their new venture becomes vital to the Near Southside and to the North Texas music scene.

Shipping and Receiving Arrives

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Music Feature

Dispatches

Your trusty local correspondents file from Austin. It had been five years since I joined what the locals refer to as "the plague," which descends...

Wayyy Back Home

The five members of the Fort’s hyper-melodic and grooving Green River Ordinance are all in their early 20s, and three of them dropped out...

Rotten Roots Jam

Angsty, punk-rocking Texas teenagers with caches of bluesy Lone Star country records are bound to mellow out with age, and Rotten Roots, somewhat of...

Dan Family Do’s

Brett Walker, who plays standup bass in the cowpunk trio The Dan Family, writes songs in his head as he drives a tractor around...

Flexing a New Muscle

In 2013, D. Tall thought he was on his way. His first major single, the catcalling trap tune “Dem Heels,” was getting a lot...

Love, Loss, and Dead Horses

Clint Niosi's debut album has been a couple of years in coming. The Sound of Dead Horses Beaten Against Cold Shoulders is a sly and...

Ballsy

Though he isn't a punk rocker, singer-songwriter Phil Pritchett is pretty DIY, admittedly an overused phrase. The Americana artist is his own manager, publicist,...
(From left to right) Esteban Juarez, Jonathan Villalobos, and Jorge Armenta comprise one of the only Spanish-language punk bands in town.

Kick Out Los Jams!

When Jonathan Villalobos, lead guitarist and vocalist for Fuera D Servicio, enlisted in the U.S. Marines eight years ago, he never imaged it would...
FU’s Kenny Uptain (second from right): “There’s no slowing down. If anything, we’ve probably picked up a little more than we had in the past.”

Foxtrot Uniform Keeps Dancing

Though Foxtrot Uniform’s sophomore album, Cisco, is ready to be released in early September, frontman Kenny Uptain and drummer Kelly Test’s project is already...

Open Doors for KatsüK

Call it good karma. After performing last year at a club in Denton, singer-songwriter Daniel Katsük met the guy who would produce his band’s...