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The Cush: Isle of Man (and Wife)

In the summer of 2016, venerable Fort Worth dream-poppers The Cush made their way across the Atlantic for a decidedly influential, if brief, European...

Simone Nicole’s Foreign Exchange

A lot of people make music as a hobby, picking up an instrument in high school, college, or early adulthood, jamming in the living...

Big Heaven’s Divine Reward

In the middle of the summer, after rehearsal for the Dedicated Followers of Fashion, a short-lived Kinks tribute band, the de facto Ray Davies...

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...

iNcelta: A Man Out of Time

It’s a welcome treat when I’m tasked with listening to something and am genuinely surprised by what I hear. I don’t necessarily mean when...

Top 10 Local Songs of the Year

Like all lists, this one is inadequate, as was last week’s stab at picking an Album of the Year. So why try? What’s the...

Top 10 Local Albums of 2017

The most impressive thing about the 2017 album list is the bands that didn’t make the cut. Our two main music writers and I...

Claire Hecko’s Sonic Journey

By the time you reach your mid-30s, you’ve probably been around various blocks enough times to have a fairly good idea of who you...

A Tame … Tame Christmas

With all the hustle and bustle of modern-day holiday commercialism and parental guilt trips, the real reason we still practice the tradition of Christmas...

Twilite Lounge 2

Beneath glowing blue and yellow neon, there’s a door that cuts off the corner of a low industrial building. The former warehouse now proudly...