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Killer or Filler?

Foxtrot Uniform’s Huj! Huj! Hajrah! The alt-bluesy, country-psyching, classic-rocking Foxtrot Uniform has just released its first album, Huj! Huj! Hajrah!, after months of can-do and...
Clint Niosi is not trapped between two worlds. (Cover art by Fort Worth painter and Weekly Visionary Award winner Devon Nowlin.)

Clint Niosi: Pleasurably Spiteful

Sometimes lyrics seem just thrown together, and for some bands, louder bands, you can see why –– on disc or in person, their words...

Live Oak to Work With Spune?

More changes are afoot at The Live Oak Music Hall & Lounge, the plush venue/bar/restaurant that recently opened on the Near Southside. A month ago,...
We’rewolves have an ambitious sound but remain pretty DIY. Matthew McGowan

Lycan Licks

A little over a year ago, in the thick of one of the hottest Texas summers in recent memory, three dudes squeezed into a...
(From left to right) Alex Zobel, Jake Paleschic, Kris Luther, and Joey Gorman are The Longshots. Jon Phillips

That’s Kicker

In many ways, The Longshots are your typical roadhouse-rocking throwback band. Just four young dudes playing dirty rock ’n’ roll, looking grungy, and drivin’...
At 39, Kevin Aldridge seems to be just hitting his stride.

The Appraiser

To say that Kevin Aldridge has just made the record of his career is a bold statement. The 39-year-old singer-songwriter has been churning out...

Killer or Filler?

The Toadies’ Play.Rock.Music Let’s get this out of the way first. Play.Rock.Music, The Toadies’ fifth studio album since first forming in the late 1980s, doesn’t...

Punk Drunk

Perhaps one of the most tired arguments that can arise between two humans is the one that tries to define punk rock. People who...

Killer or Filler?

Oil Boom’s Gold Yeller Last August, just a few months after the Dallas-Fort Worth trio Oil Boom dropped its first, widely acclaimed EP, Black Waxy,...
Robby Rux (left): “Fort Worth is crazy right now. I haven’t seen it like this in 20 years. Every day there’s another badass band that comes around.” Jon Phillips

Paws for the Cause

Now in their mid-30s and early 40s, the three Fort Worthians comprising the shoegazing, psych-rocking Year of the Bear are undertaking the novel task...