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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...

Looking Forward to Summer

While the outside world seems to slip an inch or two further into a pit of insatiable chaos by the day, music freaks at...

Local Radio Rundown

In prepping for an article about radio stations that play local music, I did my due diligence and poked around the seven or eight...

Tennessee Dixon: Settling Down

Like many musicians before him, Caleb “Tennessee” Dixon started his music career in middle school, playing lead guitar in a classic rock cover band,...

Dreamy Life’s MASS-ive Move

Records with booze is as natural a pairing as you’ll find on this planet. It was only a matter of time before ingenious entrepreneurs...

Fort Trés Festival

An important milestone along our beloved burg’s Tolkien-esque quest toward becoming a legit music town happened two years ago with the shocking announcement that...

Voyager Has Landed

Despite the fact that Svenny Baby! frontman/keyboardist Victor Toruno describes his band as an “edgier ELO,” the quartet doesn’t seem to adhere to a...

A Thing Called Competition

Tarrant County dominated The Voice during last week’s show, proving that we grow some gold-plated tonsils around these parts. We produce fantastic competitors 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...

Chillamundo Flies Paper Airplane

For me, the name Chillamundo has been like a hazy fog obscuring the entrance to some ancient tomb waiting to be excavated by a...