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Meet Godbold

When I asked Godbold about himself, because there’s not much available on him online, other than his stellar R&B/rap tracks, I was a little...

Meach Pango

The last show that Meach Pango played pre-lockdown was at the John Ed Keeter Public Library. That’s not the tongue-in-cheek name of a hipster...

The Zen of Beatmaking

As the technology has been scaled down to the consumer level, practically anyone with a computer can become a “producer.” Digital music production software...

Levi Ray

A stellar lineup of singer-songwriters piled onto Tulips FTW’s stage Saturday night in celebration of one of their own. Levi Ray had just released...

Clay Perry Bets on Himself

As well as being one of the more erudite rhyme masons in the local hip-hop scene, over the last few years rapper Clay Perry...

Carried on by the Storms at Sea

A dirge is a funeral song. A low-thrum lament to express grief or as an accompaniment for the departed on their journey to whatever...

Sons of Igor Return

Terry Valderas remembers playing his first few gigs in Fort Worth at venues like The Wreck Room, The Axis, J&J’s Blues Bar, and a...

Growing Good Bones

Great songwriting can be revealed through infinite musical forms. From McCartney’s infectious, sappy piano ditties to the simple-child’s-song-run-through-a-Burroughs-filter appeal of Kurt Cobain’s stanzas and...

Dustin Massey: Pretty OK

To a degree, all novice artists struggle with dreaded “imposter syndrome” — the feeling that you’re pulling one over on everyone by describing yourself...

Sharpened Teeth

If music fans still take the time to read album credits, those locally will likely recognize the name Peter Wierenga. As a producer and...