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Double Happiness, Double Fun

To celebrate its return to good health from a recent fire, Fred's Texas Café is hosting two appropriately Fred-ish bands on the patio tomorrow...

Various artists

In regularly exploring politics and American culture, Randy Newman’s best songwriting often walks a sardonic line between humor and insight. On the tribute album...

Stella Rose

Stella Rose is the best new grunge band you’ve heard but tough where others are just loud, and spacey where others are just gratuitously...

Shadow Bound

Even though The February Chorus moves effortlessly through different shades of rock — from driving yet airy to seductive yet noisy — the band...

Amistad

Combining traditional Mexican/Colombian folk styles cumbia and vallenato with bits of reggae, calypso, rock, rap, and turntable mixing and scratching, Fort Worth-based Amistad’s six-song,...

Wonderful — Façades and Metal

Don't know if you got a chance to catch Wonderful Façade and Associate Editor Anthony Mariani on CBS-11's morning show late last month, but...

The Backsliders

Funny how a lot of melodic rockers seem to require an angsty outlet. When he’s not with The Burning Hotels, bassist Coby Queen spends...

Thrash, Not Trash

In 1987, Gammacide guitarist and co-founder Rick Perry (definitely not the governor) said his band was “built on the premise of ecological warfare and...

Elvis White

On Promise, a seductive reggae album with strong hip-hop elements, Elvis White urges listeners to think positively — and then urges himself to seduce...

Pretty Girls Make Graves

“Pop!” goes the hot Seattle-raised quintet Pretty Girls Make Graves, and their fans seem pretty divided. PGMG always resembled a more canny, if less...