Glen Reynolds certainly has a lot of momentum behind him these days. He recently released his second solo album, Breakbeat Ice Beneath Me, but this time, he's using the moniker of Grey. While the album is a departure from the Weezer-meets-XTC vibe of his earlier material, it certainly represents whe ... More >>
Mike BrooksScratch Acid at Trees Since this Sunday is Christmas, we decided to do something a little different with this week's edition of My First Show. Checking back in with a number of the people we interviewed this year, we wanted their takes on the best shows they saw, and to also get a ... 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 >>
Welcome to My First Show, where we give bands a chance to talk about the first shows they ever attended -- no matter how uncool and embarrassing those tales may be. Glen ReynoldsThese days, you see Glen Reynolds in the crowd at shows more than you see him on the stage. ... More >>
"Well, I was passing by a pawn shop in an older part of town, something caught my eye and stop and turned around / I stepped inside and then I spied in the middle of it all, was a beat up old guitar hanging on the wall / 'What do want for that piece of junk?' I asked the old man / He just smiled and ... More >>
Saturday, September 6, at Club Dada
Five loyal local music writers pick favorites
In Between Days (Idol)
Glen Reynolds moves out of the shadow of his former band
Tribute or parody, it's all great fun
From costumes to cover bands, your best bets for Halloween shows
We reflect on six years of great, free concerts at the little record store that could
Dallas has good bands. So why did they flee Deep Ellum?
A report from the final night at Trees
Saturday, April 30, at Barley House
Chomsky on Queer Eye; two local benefit concerts; Dallas Guitar Show returns
Once a mainstay of hard-rock radio, 97.1 switches formats to adult-contemporary classics
Let's Get to Second (Aezra)
An interview with Chomsky
The Dallas Observer Music Awards, remembered. Kind of.
Changes at Good Records, plus news on the Polyphonic Spree and a royalmea culpa
These are your choices, not ours, for the best musicians in town
Epic Records is still digging the goods out of SRV's vault
With an army of fans behind them and a new album in front, the members of Chomsky are ready to take the next step. They're just not sure where it will take them.
Narrow margins remind us that everyone's a winner
Just in case you missed it
Another drummer steps to the mike
Blur: The Best of (Virgin)
Or at least a handful of musicians and music-industry types are, for a few brief moments
Chomsky, Brutal Juice and others make the news
Bluh; Pleasant Grove in Germany; The Early Line; Trees turns 10; Rubber Gloves gets wet; And so much more
Did local bands make good at South By Southwest?
A Few Possible Selections for the Soundtrack of Your Life (Self-released)
A Dallas supergroup forms to play...Weezer songs?
These boys are like every other band in town you've never heard ofexcept better