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Music Feature

Dead Vinyl’s Rebirth

Last year, Dead Vinyl entered that career phase a lot of bands go through when all the members live together. In lots of cases,...

Morningside Drive’s Long Road

Even though they’ve been around for a while, Morningside Drive has been one of the more under-appreciated local bands. If you ask around, it...

Dreamy Life’s Group Thinking

Nestled snug in the idyllic Fairmount Historic District is one of the legitimate braggables in Fort Worth’s music scene. Since the inception of Dreamy...

Shared Note

Unlike most of my newsfeed, one recent Facebook post was concise and simple: “Songwriters wanting to record a demonstration, demo, or CD should contact...

Earthchild Imperius’ Epic

Ever heard a couple local musicians drunkenly get into those “We should start a band!” conversations? If even half of those came to fruition,...

Chillamundo’s Music Marathon

No matter what anyone tells you, being a musician of any level requires a fair amount of work. I’m not talking about the writing...

BULLS’ Punk Spirit

If you’ve seen High Fidelity, you’ll likely recall the pair of teenagers who main character Rob catches trying to steal records. They have a...

Jesse Gage: Guitar Man

Rock ’n’ roll is full of drummers who journeyed beyond their walls of shells and hardware to grab a stringed instrument, step up to...

The Beat of a Different Krum

It’s “talls for smalls” night at Caves Lounge, and Krum, perhaps in defiance of the idea that he’s a Christian rapper, is sipping on...

The Consonant Gardener

Since before he could remember, Robert Dean Washington II had an interest in gardening. Born and raised on Fort Worth’s East Side, he doesn’t...