In our ongoing quest to shine some light on some of the kindest, most supportive people hiding in the shadows, and behind the scenes, in DFW's music community, there's never a shortage when it comes to the people who bend over backwards for the 35 Denton festival, which is on the horizon next Thursd ... 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 >>
Bloc Party, The Burning Hotels
Tuesday, December 11, at House of Blues, $30/$35
Bloc Party are coming to town after the release of their fourth full-length earlier this year, appropriately titled Four. The band reverts back to the guitar-centric sounds of its past, recreating the same feel as their ... More >>
400 Blows, El Paso Hot Button, New Science Projects
Bryan Street Tavern
October 6, 2011
Better than: Staying home and watching A-Rod strike out again!
Maybe a couple dozen people ventured out last night into the sometimes seedy confines of old East Dallas to catch a fine triple-bill of noise, i ... More >>
Allison V. SmithRyan Thomas BeckerRyan Thomas Becker was a busy man during 35 Conferette, putting on performances with RTB2 and the now-defunct Eaton Lake Tonics, as well as his other project, Ryan Thomas Becker & Last Joke, which features Tony Ferraro of Eaton Lake Tonics, Andy Rogers of Oso ... More >>
New Science Projects' Dale JonesIn this week's print edition of ye olde DC9, North of the Dial scribe Rodrigo Diaz checks in with Denton's Dale Jones, who's known best around town as "That guy that wears dirty clothes and fake blood all over his face when he performs -- and pretty much never on a ... More >>
Denton's Dale Jones, when performing under his New Science Projects moniker, is a somewhat frightening and confusing character, one that dons face paint and refuses to play on stages and runs right up to his audience members only to scream into their face.So it's pretty fitting, then, that the p ... More >>
If you prefer the flavor of YouTube, you can check out the video here.To borrow an old cliche, Dale Jones is riddle wrapped in a mystery wrapped in an enigma. Mostly because, when you first meet the man, who, while performing, goes by the moniker New Science Projects, he seems a gentle soul, a 20-ye ... More >>
BAND: New Science Projects VENUE: Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios TIME: 9:50-ish p.m.
Watching Dale Jones, it's hard not to drink the Kool-Aid.
As New Science Projects, he's confrontational. He's unsettling. He's pacing the room yelling and frantically strumming his acoustic guitar. He's ... More >>