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Welcome, Brainhole Fest

No Lolaspalooza? No problem. In place of the erstwhile annual festival by and at Lola’s Saloon (2736 W 6th St, 817-877-0666), Brainhole Fest offers...

In Praise of Festivals, Fortress Especially

Take a look at their itinerary. Over the next couple of months, Run the Jewels will perform at Rolling Loud Festival, Summer Camp Music...

Stumptone: Forty Worth Music

You know that odd feeling you get when you put on a record that doesn’t seem that old to you but that is completely...

Yacht Clubbing at Chrisbee’s

Think the music industry is crackers? You should see the art world, a bubble of myopia where people with more money than good sense...

Keite Young: Medicine Man

For a hot minute back in the day (circa 2007), Keite Young was on the fast track to mega-stardom. The Fort Worth singer-songwriter had...

Go Yayo and the Randomness of Stardom

You probably haven’t heard of him, because you’re not in high school in Fort Worth and aren’t addicted to social media, but Go Yayo...

Pinkish Black: Road Warriors

Everyone just assumes Pinkish Black has been to Europe by now. “I can’t believe how many people ask me,” said drummer Jon Teague. “ ‘No,...

South by SouthWTF?

Anyone have any idea what’s going on? Just a couple of years ago, weren’t we all clamoring for badges to South by Southwest? Lots of...

Whence the Under-30 Stars?

Turns out that for Brian Forella, owner of Lola's Trailer Park and adjacent Lola’s Saloon, keeping the lights on has required some concessions, especially...

Fort Worth Music Blasts 45

Anytime now, rockers. Anytime. Anytime now, rappers, too. And I would say, “Anytime, country stars,” but I think that for what I’m about to...