You could probably refer to Danny Rush with just about whatever surname you want to at this point. That's pretty well what he's started doing. Many know him through his musical exploits in Denton as Danny Follmer, some as Danny Rush, and nowadays he calls himself Danny Diamonds. We just, of course. ... More >>
The folks at the Violitionist Sessions dropped a new installment yesterday, and it should be a real treat for any ambient music buffs or for fans of Jeff Ryan's work. Ryan is a true veteran of North Texas music, having played drums in bands throughout the area for various acts over the past two deca ... More >>
At 16, Michael Briggs was a Deep Ellum kid hanging with the late-night, all-ages coffee crowd at old favorite Insomnia Café. Briggs has come a long way for the cause since then, running a great local music podcast called The Violitionist Sessions, which has spotlighted over 100 artists from our own ... More >>
Not all posters turn out the way they were initially intended to look.
Well, it's great to see people answering the DC9 Admiral's call to arms last week; we got the most submissions I've seen in weeks! We see a lot of cool artwork out there, but if you don't actually submit it to our little weekly pageant, then it wouldn't be fair to those who actually take the time ... More >>
Alright team, let's huddle: I know I've been away for a little while, but I'm back, and ready to make this week's pick for DC9's Poster of the Week. So let's not waste any time, OK? Ready... BREAK!That's about as sporty as I can get, folks--and it's quite the antithesis of this week's selection, ... More >>
Brent Frishman of Gutterth Productions created this week's featured poster, which promotes Daniel Folmer's Dead End CD release Saturday at J&J's in Denton. Should be an excellent show, with Dust Congress, Glen Farris and Sabra Laval also on the bill. I like the strapped-down figure, the crump ... More >>