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Music Awards 2017

Welcome to our Music Awards issue, in which we discuss a few of the scene’s big-picture topics with several nominees. What does it take...

Killin’ ’em Softly

Killa MC and about a half-dozen other Fort Worth rappers huddled around a table at a local coffee shop about a year and a...

On the March

With a stellar new EP in pocket, The Campaign can mount a pianistic-rocking run at the Big Time. By JIMMY FOWLER After forming in mid-2006, the...

The Great Tyrant

The ominous mood is established by the cover art: a sepia-toned ’20s photo, which seems haphazardly attached to a piece of stained cardboard, depicting...

Hello, Maren!

I’m sure you’ve already heard the news, because you’re on Facebook, and you can’t live without it, and even when your phone is 20...

GRO Signs With Major Label

They've just signed to a major label, but they don't have any plans to move from Fort Worth to L.A., New York, Nashville, Des...

My Wooden Leg Song in Hollywood Movie

“A Circus,” off the hard-C&W Fort Worth quartet My Wooden Leg’s forthcoming album of the same name, will be featured in Sinners & Saints,...

Summer, Summer, Summerthon

Saw a funny meme the other day. Above a picture of a chubby cat leaning out a window and looking casual was the phrase...

Stone Machine Electric Doom LuVa

Somewhere between the hair-metaldom emanating from joints such as The Rail and Tomcats West and the proto-punk and hardcore from 1919 Hemphill...

We like Mike

Who’d have thought that two seemingly disparate camps – Renaissance art mavens and pop cultists who love purveyors of the grotesque like Frank Frazetta...