There's a reason you associate our accent with fashionable music of the last fifty years. We've produced some great bands. The thing is, there's a whole undercurrent you're missing out on over there. You know you have favorite obscure American bands, who you'd go and see whenever they come through t ... More >>
Mind Spiders, Lenguas Largas, Occult Detective Club Monday, October 8, at Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios When Mind Spiders' front man Mark Ryan transitioned from the studio to a live band in 2010, it was a breath of fresh air for the DFW punk scene. Since then, he's steered clear of the one-man sho ... More >>
Sunday, April 22, at FC Dallas Stadium
With the 22nd annual Edgefest approaching this Sunday, we started to get a little cultural vertigo looking at the lineup: Garbage, Cake, Evanescence? The Black Keys are the big draw, sure, but it brought us back into that late '90s vortex, where the pants were wide and pop music was at its cavity-ti ... More >>
Usually with this column, we might interview one or two people from a band. With Darstar, all five members were kind enough to share the first shows they saw and played. And, if you wanted a reminder of how effective Smashing Pumpkins were in their heyday, listen to what Lisa Hardaway has to say.
A pretty slow Wednesday evening musically, but at least there's a nice triple-bill of up-and-comers at Andy's for anyone who wants to head to Denton. And, if you're feeling sentimental, you can head to the arts district and catch a Peter Cetera-less Chicago playing with the DSO...
Your daily dose of national music news for Tuesday, November 2, 2010...Sure, Kim Kardashian is hot, but, being hot doesn't mean you're a singer, right?You know you've made it when Cracker Barrel is distributing your new album! Since her acting career didn't quite take off the way she had hoped, Shi ... More >>
Well, the weekend's here, thank the Lord. And, as always, we're here to present you with your concert-attending plans. First, as always, the shows we've already hyped...Tonight, Bill Callahan stops by the Granada Theater, Colourmusic pops on in to The Cavern and The Edge Steals Christmas out at t ... More >>
No one loves Vic Chesnutt like Vic Chesnutt
November 12 - 18, 1998
No, the Toadies haven't broken up. They're just taking their own sweet time
The man who made a career out of ugly music makes a beautiful record
Some sticky PR won't hold Slow Roosevelt back