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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)

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    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)

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    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
  • Melodica Festival Self-Indulgent, But Still Positive for Dallas - If a festival happens in Exposition Park and only the built-in crowd shows, does it make a sound?

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    Melodica Festival Self-Indulgent, But Still Positive for Dallas - If a festival happens in Exposition Park and only the built-in crowd shows, does it make a sound?

    At its best, this past weekend's Melodica Festival was inspiring and, well, surprisingly engrossing. At its worst, it was inaccessible, self-indulgent and pretty boring. Now, in the days following the event, the most appropriate summary of thi...

    by Pete Freedman on February 28, 2008
  • Crushed Stars Frontman Deals With Unemployment, Recognition - Todd Gautreau releases his best work to date

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    Crushed Stars Frontman Deals With Unemployment, Recognition - Todd Gautreau releases his best work to date

    For an unemployed father of twin 7-year-old girls, Todd Gautreau seems relatively cheerful and calm. Maybe that's because his band, Crushed Stars, has just released its third CD, the lovely Gossamer Days, and the Internet buzz is almost universally ...

    by Darryl Smyers on February 28, 2008
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    That's American Gothic, not Goth

    I just got word about the Granada's 2007 Halloween bash/costume contest, which takes place at 8 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 31 (duh!). It used to be called the Goth Ball, but this year the name has changed to Haunted Halloween Ball 2007, which is good beca...

    @ DC9 At Night by Jonanna Widner on October 10, 2007 @ 4:08 pm
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    Free Hourly Radio Tracks

    The Hourly Radio is being quite generous with its latest EP, "Gun in Hand," which was released yesterday. On the band's Web site you can download both the EP's new song and the Dance Robots Dance! remix of "Crime Does Pay" for free. What's more, Hour...

    @ DC9 At Night by Chelsea Mueller on October 9, 2007 @ 6:52 pm
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    Idolator takes a swing at music blogs

    ...Does that mean Idolator is punching itself? I normally don't read Idolator because I think they are snotty jerks. But tomorrow my cover feature on Interweb phenoms Ghosthustler comes out (ah, yes, I can already hear the swelling collective groan f...

    @ DC9 At Night by Jonanna Widner on October 9, 2007 @ 6:41 pm
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    Cool Hand Luke Cancels Saturday Show

    We just got a heads up that Cool Hand Luke had to cancel its Texas tour last-minute because of financial issues. So, anyone who was planning on hitting up the Cavern Saturday, Oct. 13, to see the band, may want to find something else to do. However, ...

    @ DC9 At Night by Chelsea Mueller on October 9, 2007 @ 1:02 pm
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    Dude, You Look Just Like...

    Ladies and gents, this is a touch navel-gazing, but we have a celebrity here in the office, (in our midst, folks!). We just can't figure out which one. That's where you come in. See, our Night & Day man (and frontman of the Naptime Shake), Noah W. Ba...

    @ DC9 At Night by Chelsea Mueller on October 9, 2007 @ 8:00 am
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    Review: Rock Lottery 10th Anniversary

    Last night's 10th Anniversary installment of Rock Lottery was one of those rare local music events we'll always remember, not only because we saw Matt Barnhart with his shirt off, but also because it was easily the best installment of the event we've...

    @ DC9 At Night by Chelsea Mueller on October 8, 2007 @ 7:09 pm
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    Kweller Kwestions

    Check out this interview with local-boy-made-good Ben Kweller (this time, sans tampon) at the 2007 ACL fest a couple weeks back (wait...a month back? Three weeks? Jesus, what day is it?). It's cool and everything, especially the shoutout he gives to ...

    @ DC9 At Night by Jonanna Widner on October 8, 2007 @ 4:51 pm
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    Sondre Lerche in Deep Ellum

    Another news quickie: New Club Dada co-owner Amanda Newman has confirmed that Sondre Lerche will be headlining a show there on November 15. Ticket info after the jump. >Tickets are already on sale and are $13 advance, $15 door (I suggest you get them...

    @ DC9 At Night by Jonanna Widner on October 8, 2007 @ 2:42 pm
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    Midlake, St. V on Pitchfork

    Not one but two DFW artists made the ol' Pitchfork media Forkcast today. Check out Midlake performing "Roscoe" at Spune Productions' Wall of Sound Fest, and then scroll down a bit to catch Ms. Annie Clark--St. Vincent, to the rest of the world--givin...

    @ DC9 At Night by Jonanna Widner on October 8, 2007 @ 2:26 pm
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    Move Over Myron Floren

    So we go to lunch today at the venerable Cosmic Caf, craving hummus and nan and other noshables, but we got a bonus we never expected. Seated at the front of the restaurant, near the water and tea pitchers, was accordion player Matt Tolentino. The b...

    @ DC9 At Night by Chelsea Mueller on October 5, 2007 @ 6:57 pm
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    Good Friday: Mom, RTB2

    Here's your best bets for the weekend, kids, according to our crack team of music snobs. We didn't put Rock Lottery on the list, by the way, since we assume you already know about it. (If not, check Wilonsky's excellent piece on it here .) Beat the ...

    @ DC9 At Night by Jonanna Widner on October 5, 2007 @ 4:24 pm
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    What Thursday Night Can Be in the Big D

    7:47 p.m. Leave office. Head to Public Trust to interview Alan Palomo from Ghosthustler for upcoming story. When looking for him upon my arrival, decide to intentionally act dorky (masochism, maybe) by asking everyone I see, "Are you the Ghosthustler...

    @ DC9 At Night by Chelsea Mueller on October 5, 2007 @ 1:15 pm
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    Listen Up: Midlake, R.E.M. Tribute

    At least around DC-9 HQ, a mere mention of the word "Midlake" can spawn a fairly heated debate: On one side are those who dig the Denton band's lush brand of soft-rock; on the other are thems who think the band nothing more than a soggy loaf of Bread...

    @ DC9 At Night by Chelsea Mueller on October 5, 2007 @ 12:39 pm
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    See Radiant's (New) Video 'That Girl'

    I'm a little reluctant to say how new this video is since we got reamed for local band Radiant ending up on our Best New Artist ballot at this past summer's music awards. We got it. They weren't new. But seriously, how many of you knew them before th...

    @ DC9 At Night by Chelsea Mueller on October 5, 2007 @ 12:04 pm
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