The gear area of the Double Wide's show room had an unusual inventory Friday night. In addition to the usual drums, guitars and Fender amps, there were the lights: six of the silver clip-on variety (three for Dynah, the opening quartet from Austin, and three for Black Tie Dynasty, the Dallas headliner) and The Hourly Radio's free-standing theater lamps, controlled from afar and punctuating their songs with dims and strobes. Onstage there were ties, blazers, striped shirts, head-to-toe black and haircuts that could have been swiped from the photo files of Blur and Suede. This was not a night of... More >>>