This week, in honor of the biggest party night of the year, we asked all of our previously featured DC9er Mixtape DJs to share how they plan on ringing in the New Year.
Hit the jump to check out what nine of our DJs have planned for tonight, plus some fresh new mixes to get your New Year's E ... More >>
[Over the next few weeks, we'll be
favorite local songs of the year, counting down from No. 25 to No. 1,
one track a day. Today, we take an in-depth look at song No. 9 on the
list -- and, please, feel free to click after the jump to grab a free download of the track. Also
after the j ... More >>
This week we turn our behind the booth sites to half of experimental electronic outfit FUR, Bryce Isbell.
Isbell has only been DJing for a couple of years, but is hardly an amateur. Over the past two years, alongside creative partner Gray St. Germain Gideon, Isbell has had a couple weekly DJ ni ... More >>
Last week, we told you about new Pitchfork Media offshoot site Altered Zones, which, instead of heavily relying on writers to fill its site with content, is instead relying on bloggers, including DFW's own Gorilla vs. Bear and Weekly Tape Deck. Well, today saw the launch of the site--and, with it ... More >>
Bryce Isbell's kind of an unassuming guy when you meet him. So maybe that's why he's donning a mask (of what, though, we couldn't tell you) in FUR's debut music video for "Clears Throat," the lead single off his recently released (and well received by us and Pitchfork) Waaga Records debut, Witches? ... More >>
We kinda figured we wouldn't be the only ones to dig on some of the Denton-based Bryce Isbell's latest work under his FUR moniker: Just over an hour ago, Pitchfork offered up its take on FUR's collaboration with Neon Indian frontman Alan Palomo, "Black Castles," a song we offered up as a free dow ... More >>
No reason to fear Florene poking its eyes out this holiday season...Two quick updates to last week's North of the Dial: First off, Sacramento-based label Waaga Records, which is jonesing hard for Denton right now, has set a release date for its recent Denton-based signee, FUR. Bryce Isbell's elct ... More >>
Since 2006, Denton-based artist Bryce Isbell's been steadily self-releasing experimental recordings--51 full-length albums and EPs worth of self-released material to date (according to this Facebook page). His first release, Downstairs Room, consisted of a single 45-minute-long freak-folk track t ... More >>