This is your official warning Dallas, It's going to be a rough Monday. This weekend is packed to the brim with great live music and there's nothing you can do about it. Honestly, you'll be lucky if you make it to brunch at all (gasp). Friday night will be especially taxing, as you have five great sh ... More >>
Tyler, The Creator seems like a nice young man.Just last week, DC9 ran a review for the Gorilla Vs. Bear Festival that took place at the Granada Theater. The show, which featured 10 acts -- from Shabazz Palaces to Preteen Zenith -- was pretty great. But a big hot-button topic surrounded the venue ... More >>
British Sea PowerBrighton's explosive British Sea Power are fresh off the release of their fourth studio album, Valhalla Dancehall, which, unfortunately, doesn't quite match up to the power chord anthems on their previous record, Do You Like Rock Music. Rather, the new album hearkens back to thei ... More >>
DDTers Jason Wolford, EZ Eddie D and Jeff Liles The puke green exterior made the Mitchell Building in Deep Ellum look like a frightening industrial shop of horrors. Far from being accidental, that's by design -- the place was actually a weapons manufacturing facility during Word War II.In the ear ... More >>
Just spoke with Lisa Endicott, who runs press for The Granada Theater, and she verified that the Billy Joe Shaver/Jesse Dayton concert that was to take place this Friday is canceled. Endicott told me the reason for the cancellation off the record, which means that I am bound by the press version of ... More >>
A Dashboard Confessional member actually chose to live in Dallas. Also: Austin's Fun Fun Fun Fest Brings another Spillover, and—Hey—have you seen the Prophet bar's upcoming show calendar?
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Two long-lost reissues shed light on a punk icon.
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Chad Hugo and Pharrell Williams plan for the revenge of the N.E.R.D.
Paul Oakenfold contemplates the needle and the damage done
Bunkka (Maverick/Warner Bros.)
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The D.O.C. is ready to take on the world. And he's bringing Dallas with him.
Even music journalists have ethics
John Carpenter stages a spooky showdown on the red planet
John Singleton casts a fresh gaze on his hood in Baby Boy
Platinum records reward workaholic Cypress Hill producer Muggs
Product placement comes to adult videos...hey, watch where you put that thing!
Human Traffic is the rave movie that Doug Liman's Go should have been
A handy guide to the worst local records of the '90s
Limp Bizkit are the new kings of rock. Why?
Chris Rock's Bigger and Blacker than anyone, and his new album may be the funniest hip-hop album ever made
Beatin' down hip-hop in 1998 like a stepchild
You've had the best; now, the year's most overrated records
Dallas' hip-hop scene is more vital than ever, but you'd never know it: no clubs, no radio, no major-label deals. But the musicians, some of this city's best, refuse to give up.
P-Funk keyboardist Bernie Worrell doesn't want America to lose its funkiness
At 38, Public Enemy's Chuck D goes 'where no age has gone before'
How Wu-Tang Clan won the world
Beethoven and the Dead European Males clean up a notorious street corner
The Preacher's Wife is a tepid remake of a tepid original
The wages of Lollapalooza's sin is Metallica and make-up
Local new age piano sensation Danny Wright ponders the secret of his success