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Sivad, Theater Fire, Ciardetti

Itinerant North Texas trumpeter Karl Poetschke has finally settled down, in Flagstaff, Ariz., but he’ll be back in town over the next few weeks...

Get Ready for SXFW

I don’t know if SXSW has added more bands or what, but as I’ve noted before (perhaps ad nauseum), the number...

817’ers @ 35 Conferette

This weekend, North Texas music lovers of a certain age (and perhaps a little older) will be obsessed with one thing:...

St. Marie, Calhoun, Earthquake Country

A new Fort Worth-based record label specializing in shoegaze (but not exclusively) is about to debut. In May, St. Marie Records...

Twisted Black Ties

As I first Tweeted this past Monday morning, one of the biggest North Texas bands of the ’00s, Black Tie...

Legendary Texas Music?

Married Fort Worth filmmakers Carl and Betsy Crum started quite a stir recently when they announced plans for a documentary...

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...

Rooster Crowes

For a couple of weeks now, the Wild Rooster (3204 Camp Bowie Blvd., Cultural District, 817-332-WILD) has been hosting live music...

SXSW Gets an FW Load

I’m kinda torn. On the one hand, SXSW is nothing but a glorified ACL, a festival starring artists who don’t need...

New Alan, Doc’s

There was a time when I wasn’t all about Fort Worth/817 music, when I just listened to whatever came my...