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Pocket Theory

Deep Thinking

In just two years, Pocket Theory has gone from scratch to two long-players and a steady stream of gigs and has even carved a...

Enter: The Orbans

You blinked and missed it. OK, call me unreasonable, but a couple of weeks ago, one of the best albums ever produced by a...

Jazz jumps back onto the Cowtown scene.

Take the elevator down to the 4th Street basement where the Scat Jazz Lounge lives these days, and you'll find the night-blooming flower of...

Where 2

In January of 2015, I got drunk at the Bearded Lady with Where House impresario/Fairmount neighborhood general contractor Casey Smith and some homies. The...

Mercury Rising

A lot of people, understandably, are making a big stink about Dan Hunter, a.k.a. PlayRadioPlay, the shiny, happy 17-year-old local singer-songwriter whose MySpace page...
All aboard with Droidekka! Next stop, nostalgia.

Zapped

As long as there have been video games, there’s been videogame music –– and there have been video games for nearly 35 years. The...

Hate Your Friends Love Music

An all-time classic “band dudes” conversation is the one that starts with “We should totally start a band together.” Usually there’s lots of complimentary banter...
More Fleetwood Mac than Merle Haggard, Fort Worth singer-songwriter Whitnye Raquel is still built to battle –– and baffle –– societal convention. Dee Hill

Songbird

You’d think that a young songwriter whose honkytonk guitar-playing father raised her on a steady diet of country legends would be super-enthusiastic about C&W....

Squeezebox Bandits: Made in Texas

The Squeezebox Bandits sound a whole lot like Texas. Their mix of Tejano and C&W reflects the upbringing of the quartet’s co-frontmen, Abel Casillas and...

The Orange Years

In the entire history of musical expression, from the first repeated notes uttered by a caveman to whatever Brock Lesnar puts on to start...