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The Ho Chi Men

Just when you thought nu metal was dead (and it is), along come The Ho Chi Men, trying to resurrect it. Even though the band...

The Show

During their acceptance speech two weeks ago for winning best jazz artist in the Fort Worth Weekly Music Awards, the guys from Confusatron acted...

Red Bull

Making bold moves hasn’t been hard for Josh Weathers. When he was younger, the Fort Worthian blew off his aunt’s suggestions, and an early...

Firehouse and the Station

Before I even write the words "experimental music," allow me to defuse any knee-jerk objections. No, not all experimental music is good. The kind...

Soledad Brothers

Judging from the sleeve inside The Hard Walk by Detroit’s Soledad Brothers, you’d think you’d be in for something really special. The list of...

The February Chorus

For a couple of years back in the day, The Aardvark hosted a monthly showcase of some of the best, most long-standing, and most...

Wrap It Up

For the past nine years, we’ve been toasting the Fort Worth music scene by letting readers vote for their favorite local artists in a...

Chatterton

Whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. Chatterton’s first commercial release, a self-titled e.p., is testimony to that old adage right out the gate. The first...

Johnny Cash

Johnny Cash’s career stretched over 50 years, but he saved the best for last. In his final decade, the music he recorded with rock...

Incendiary Boys

From crude, angular, and tough yet imminently accomplished, Incendiary has quickly matured and become less raw, more poppy. The band’s new e.p., Only As...