Over on The Mixmaster yesterday, Leslie recapped Saturday night's Art Conspiracy jam, the seventh annual auction benefiting a worthy local cause (this year's was Musical Angels, which provides piano lessons to hospitalized children). No doubt they raised a ginormous pile of cash; prices got high in ... More >>
Cabe BoothCabe Booth's name might not ring too many bells. But if you've ever been to the Curtain Club, you've seen his artwork. Creating stunning, life-like paintings of legendary bands, you might as well stare at them for hours.Booth's birthday is coming up this week, and for his birthday ... More >>
Fair to Midland, The House HarkonnenCurtain ClubJuly 12, 2011Better than: your average Curtain Club show.Pete FreedmanFair to Midland convincingly made their case for being local demigods last night.Lest anyone was concerned that Deep Ellum has softened in recent years, that it has turned its bac ... More >>
Yesterday we said goodbye to one of the family. Tim "Temo" Watson (aka TMO, T-mo or Timo) was an essential part of the original ragtag gang of art punks and ditch skaters who had staked out mid-'80s Deep Ellum as the blank canvas where many of us would eventually leave our mark.Last week he lost his ... More >>
(Cabe Booth) Remember when we told you that Pleasant Grove frontman Marcus Striplin was doing just a couple local shows at the beginning of the month? Looks like that changed, as his two Bolsa engagements turned into a standing Tuesday and Wednesday gig for all of August, as well as a show at the B ... More >>
John Freeman, the mastermind behind The Dooms U.K., Telethon, Sloppyworld and too many other contributions to Dallas’ music and art history to list, is bidding adieu to the Big D at the end of August. His Dutch Treats, however, will say goodbye to the city about a month before then. The Dutch Tr ... More >>
Enough of the sheltered columnists writing about the recent El Angel shooting. Hear what a real Dallas DJ thinks.
Good Records affixes its label on the city of Dallas
Local bands to play benefit concert for Cory Helms
Local music police welcome a new chief
Fry Street Fair has changed over the years. But is it for the better?
Fry Street Fair grumbling
A good idea...in theory
Darlington disolves; Rubber Gloves gets booked; Mandarin time; Club anniversaries; Shabazz 3 heads north; Plus, much, much more
X'd out; Columbia compiles rockabilly; Hellions tribute to the Circle Jerks; Gig plugs galore; And Street Beat is ch-ch-ch-changing?
Adventure Club's b-day bash; "Surreal" multi-act bills; Funland reunited (sort-of); Get a job
Deep Ellum Center for the Arts is closing its doors
Raise the Curtain; Experience Lift to Experience; Mazinga's Dissatisfied Customers ...
The Deep Ellum Center for the Arts is celebrating its first year. If it can't figure out what it wants to be, it may also be its last.
April 1-7, 1999
October 8 - 14, 1998
September 17 - 23, 1998
Sometimes, being a supergroup just means they're really good