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The Resolution of Izzy

John Hexagon’s Myriad Shapes

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Stag Punk

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Music

The Orange Years

In the entire history of musical expression, from the first repeated notes uttered by a caveman to whatever Brock Lesnar puts on to start...

Girls Rock Again

Insecurities made 14-year-old Rosie want to hide when she performed on stage for the first time in July. She was among about 30 youngsters...

Summer-Fi

Two years ago, Mac Probst was co-frontman of Movie the Band, an Irving-based five-piece that made charmingly low-fi slacker rock in the vein of...

This DJ Isn’t Your Personal Pandora

If you get pissed whenever I write one of these columns from the perspective of my own experience, you might want to skip this...

On Desert Museum

Lambert Carsey started Desert Museum in 2015 as a DIY recording project made in the bedroom of his friend Ryan Winters. That endeavor resulted...

Finding Grace Kali

Christian Lynette Williams knows heartbreak and loss. The veteran Fort Worth singer-songwriter has had her promising musical career stalled by a series of tragedies...

The Fibs Return

I don’t remember exactly when The Fibs slinked onto the scene, other than that this tall, lanky kid sporting a 7 o’clock shadow, pointy...

Keegan McInroe on Getting Euro-Trashed

You can say that bluesy folksinger and occasional Weekly contributor Keegan McInroe has come a long way since the early aughts, when he fronted...

Trauma Ray’s Gaze

Many local groups flirt with the edges of atmospheric, expressive, effects-driven rock music, but none have dived as deep into the waters and come...

Daryel Sellers on His Own

Here’s a thought: How many songwriters exist in this town who have been quietly composing their tunes, jotting them down in a notebook, or...