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Top 10 Local Songs of the Year

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Space-rockers Skeleton Coast had a big year.

Albums of the Year

Grassroots support for the arts in town isn’t shabby. Seemingly every other week, word comes down of a new club or venue in town...
The first in a series of planned Hanna Barbarians EPs has a winner.

Songs of the Year

True, recording technology has become cheaper over the past decade, and even the most antisocial or horrible local singer-songwriter can put out a record....
They’re wild. They’re wacky. They’re Lindby. Melissa Claire

Lindby: Nerd Out

It’s a safe bet that not many bands around here take the stage and perform the theme to Doctor Who, the video game soundtracks...
Clifton: “They’re going to throw my dust in the wind in Texas.” Patrick Cavan Brown

Welcome Home

The sound coming from the dressing room at the Los Angeles Forum that night in 1986 was instantly recognizable to Fort Worth guitarist Chris...
By the beginning of next year the peripatetic Oh Whitney will be based in Texas.

Time Out of Mind

Oh Whitney frontman Peter More was born in Fort Worth, spent his formative years here, and for a little while lived here with his...
The Solo Sol folks find themselves the elder statesmen and -women of a scene within a scene, all revolving around Dreamy Soundz.

Solo Sol: Dreamgaze

Sarah Reagan’s voice is to dream-pop sextet Solo Sol what Helen of Troy’s face was to the Trojan War, but instead of a thousand...
The Swindle Boys have had a busy 2012 and are returning to the shed to write more material.

No Swindlin’ Brothers

Joey and Matt Swindle, the brothers who perform as the alt-rock duo The Swindle Boys, were raised in a devout Southern Baptist family in...
Psychedelic, trippy-dippy, and loud, a Skeleton Coast blowout is always memorable.

Sailing Skeleton Coast

The outdoor stage abounded with goofballs: a cherubic angel; a sexy cop; a young woman in black army boots, black fishnets, a black microdress,...
Cosmic Trigger frontman Tyrel Choat: “It’s all about having balls. Hell, if we screw up and no one’s there, at least we tried.”

New Cosmic Order

The Sword broke the barrier. The Austin quartet was one of the first heavy-metal bands to be embraced by the indie-rock community, not only...
We The Sea Lions’ frontman Jon Badillo (center) needs to get out more.

About to Roar

Get to know We The Sea Lions. Super-tight and prolific, the dark indie-rock quintet has been around for two-plus years but still seems to run...