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    On the Wrong Side of Ryan Adams' Whiskeytown

    Before Ryan Adams recorded every half-baked song idea he ever had, before he scored the model-actress girlfriends, before A.A., he was a mean, drunken son of a bitch. He was also a hell of a lot more interesting. March 4 will herald the releas...

    by Jesse Hughey on February 28, 2008
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    Mission Giant's Golden Triangle Evokes Synth-Pop and Joysticks

    It's not clean new wave. It's not art rock. It's not straight experimental. Mission Giant's latest release, Golden Triangle, takes the synthesized and oft-instrumental works of 2003's Brotherhood of the Plug into a new genre--which I'll go ahead and...

    by Merritt Martin on February 28, 2008
  • Apes - Ghost Games (Gypsy Eyes)


    Apes - Ghost Games (Gypsy Eyes)

    One can't help but wonder how much a rock band can rock without a guitar player, but Washington D.C.'s Apes are out to disprove the common assumption that rock bands without guitar players are nothing more than shtick. The band's singer/organ/bass/d...

    by Darryl Smyers on February 28, 2008
  • British Sea Power - Do You Like Rock Music? (Rough Trade)


    British Sea Power - Do You Like Rock Music? (Rough Trade)

    On its 2003 debut, The Decline of British Sea Power, U.K. indie-rockers British Sea Power laid buzz-saw guitars on top of an expansive, psych-tinged background. The band's 2005 follow-up, Open Season, sacrificed some of that steely bite for strings ...

    by Chris Parker on February 28, 2008
  • Vampire Weekend - Vampire Weekend (XL)


    Vampire Weekend - Vampire Weekend (XL)

    Vampire Weekend has been buzzing in the blogosphere for almost a year now--some overzealous hipsters even named the Brooklyn band's self-titled debut "Best Album of 2007". . . even though it wasn't even officially released last year. Fresh out of Co...

    by Danielle Sills on February 28, 2008
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    Mute Math, Alanis Morissette, Matchbox Twenty - Friday, February 29, at Nokia Theatre, Grand Prairie

    I can't in good conscience recommend paying for this show, as that would mean supporting two acts whose masses-pleasing mediocrity helped define the reprehensible and irreversible plummet in quality that "alternative rock" radio took during the mid-...

    by Jesse Hughey on February 28, 2008
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    Dan Dyer - Friday, February 29, at Bend Studio

    Even though Dan Dyer was born in East Texas and now resides in Austin, his musical roots are firmly set in his former residence of Missouri, reflecting the rhythm and blues tradition commonly associated with St. Louis. Vibrant, loose and engaging, h...

    by Darryl Smyers on February 28, 2008
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    Marilyn Manson, Ours - Friday, February 29, at House of Blues

    Eat Me, Drink Me, the effort supported by Marilyn Manson's Rape of the World tour, is unimaginative alt-rock from an artist that became more accessible at exactly the time he could and should have pushed the envelope further. Following the yes-no-ma...

    by Merritt Martin on February 28, 2008
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    NOFX, No Use for a Name, Flatliners - Saturday, March 1, House of Blues

    Oh, nostalgia. A good decade or so after both NOFX and No Use for a Name's heyday, the Fat Wreck Records label mates are still ticking, still touring and still making mall punk music with lewd, punny song titles. Just last year, NOFX released a new ...

    by Pete Freedman on February 28, 2008
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    Deaf Pedestrians Get Some Geek Love

    Dallas-based Deaf Pedestrians were played on prime time Tuesday night. The band's song "Hail to the Geek" was featured in the new episode of the CW's "Beauty and the Geek" (yeah that show with hot, but dumb women and socially awkward men). We're happ...

    @ DC9 At Night by Chelsea Mueller on October 17, 2007 @ 1:22 am
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    P.P.T. Crew Video and Skinny on S.P.E.A.K. Project

    Fort Worth's smartest, most animated, most illin'-est* hip-hop crew P.P.T. just sent out the video to its latest single, "Down South Girl," from the group's Idol Records release Tres Monos in Love. Waco hip-hop band Strange Fruit Project lent a huge ...

    @ DC9 At Night by Chelsea Mueller on October 16, 2007 @ 4:42 pm
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    Win Free Tickets from the Granada

    Our much-loved locally-owned venue the Granada Theater just gave us even more reason to want to kiss owner Mike Schoder's hemp shoes. The following is a MySpace bulletin sent via the Granada's new MySpace page: How much do your friends care about y...

    @ DC9 At Night by Chelsea Mueller on October 16, 2007 @ 2:44 pm
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    Update: Video from Timbaland Concert

    We weren't able to take our cameras into Saturday night's Timbaland show. Luckily, YouTube poster williamlanier uploaded footage of the better part of the show. Enjoy. -- Chelsea Ide

    @ DC9 At Night by Chelsea Mueller on October 15, 2007 @ 4:01 pm
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    Photos: Rock Fashion Show at Firewater

    When Dallas band ChalkLign e-mailed us about the Operation Rock the Troops fashion show, we couldn't resist. What can we say? We love benefit shows and fashion. Our photographer Travis Awalt hit up the Saturday night, Oct. 13, event at Firewater. He ...

    @ DC9 At Night by Chelsea Mueller on October 15, 2007 @ 7:18 am
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    Review: Timbaland at Palladium Ballroom

    Scion hosted Timbaland in a free concert last night at the Palladium Ballroom, and the people came out in force. The floor was increasingly crowded throughout the night (although the place is so big, the back area was still an easy walk through). A s...

    @ DC9 At Night by Chelsea Mueller on October 14, 2007 @ 1:14 pm
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    Good Friday: Vibrators, Modico

    As far as music goes this weekend, there are more sure things than you'd find backstage at a Kid Rock show. Let's take a look at some of the best bets for the next few days: The Vibrators w/The Heart Attacks, Dead City Shakers and Last of the Inter...

    @ DC9 At Night by Chelsea Mueller on October 12, 2007 @ 2:47 pm
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    Kelly Clarkson Returns from Down Under

    Sigh. We here at DC-9 would feel remiss if we didn't post the just-breaking info about Kelly Clarkson's new tour. And, rather than try to slather a thick layer of sarcasm on what really is already a parody, we figured we just be straight about it. So...

    @ DC9 At Night by Jonanna Widner on October 12, 2007 @ 1:14 pm
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    Review: Radiohead's 'In Rainbows'

    Radiohead In Rainbows (Self-distributed) Conventional in every sense, save for how it was released: over the Internet, pay what you will, gratuities graciously accepted. It's been a week since Radiohead's smash-and-grab sale, and aside from wrecking...

    @ DC9 At Night by Chelsea Mueller on October 11, 2007 @ 11:28 pm
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    Video: 'Underground' MC Jimbo Jenkens

    Wow. I just stumbled upon a video of Dallas underground -- way underground -- MC Jimbo Jenkens flexing his crazy free-style skills. Aside from the rap itself, my favorite part is the occasional flash of the rake on the garage wall. According to his M...

    @ DC9 At Night by Chelsea Mueller on October 11, 2007 @ 4:00 pm
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    Bat Mastersons Welcome Mumbles Guitarist

    The Bat Mastersons' Byron Lord and David DiPietro are welcoming guitarist Darrin Robinson (The Mumbles) into the group. The trio is rehearsing new tunes and, we're told, will start playing shows in the Dallas area in the next few months. The Bat's fo...

    @ DC9 At Night by Chelsea Mueller on October 11, 2007 @ 3:34 pm
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