It's the 25th Anniversary of the DOMA. And while it's true that bands and venues come and go, many of the people behind them have been here all along. We asked a few of these long standing music veterans -- now behind the scenes at DOMA nominated venues The Kessler, The Foundry and Rubber Gloves Reh ... More >>
For quite some time Dallas has maintained no-smoking laws in its bars, restaurants and music venues, forcing smokers into the elements during concerts or comedy shows; but just 40 miles away, Denton has long remained the go-to city for tabacco users because of its lenience towards smoking in bars an ... More >>
Pets are like family. Really, they can be better than family; They don't complain about your haircut, career goals or new girlfriend. For these 10 Dallas-Fort Worth musicians, their pets are everything: sources of inspiration, a friend when it gets lonely and most importantly, an ear to their music. ... More >>
After an amicable boot to the curb by his former roommate -- newly engaged Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios owner Josh Baish -- Gutterth Records' Michael Briggs found himself needing a new place to live in less than a month. A quick Facebook post is all it took before a friend suggested 2311 Houston ... More >>
Monday, September 3 through Saturday, September 8, at Rubber Gloves
Rubber Gloves 15th Anniversary Rubber Gloves Saturday, May 19 Ah, Rubber Gloves. I've been going to shows there since 2000, and it still has the most disgusting bathroom in all the land. But it's also home to some of my favorite memories, from the packed chaos of a Riverboat Gamblers show to the in ... More >>
Saturday, May 19, at Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios
Clubs are born to die, but in Denton, Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios remains. This Saturday marks 15 years of too much smoke, barely functional restrooms and super cheap drink specials, with performances from Slobberbone, Chris Flemmons, Dove Hunter, Pinkish Black and more. We spoke to owner Josh B ... More >>
Welcome to Local Music 'Mericans, where we get to know the people behind the scenes in Dallas/Fort Worth music. Josh Baish is the head honcho at Denton's Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios, perhaps one of the most important venues in DFW's music scene since opening in 1997. Baish owes its success to ... More >>
Denton! Denton! USA!That exciting triple-bill we announced back in September featuring Health, John Maus and Quintron & Miss Pussycat and slated to come to Denton's The Warehouse on New Year's Eve will now be a decidedly less exciting affair. Mostly because it won't be happening. The show, pr ... More >>
Welcome to Local Music 'Mericans, where we meet some of the people behind the local music scene -- those who aren't necessarily members of local bands, but more the people who make the scene move. James ShepherdJames Shepherd, known endearingly throughout the music scene simply as "Shep," has ... More >>
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Friday, June 27, at Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios, Denton
Denton's Rubber Gloves was told to pay up more than $8,000 to the industry giant
FSCS is a headbanger's ball
Rubber Gloves has survived a decade of decadence
Rubber Gloves will soon be able to pour one out for the indie-rock homies
In the Dallas music scene, who brings the biggest crowds?
Sara Radle's off to L.A.; LM5 calling it quits; Rubber Gloves gets anew look
Local music police welcome a new chief
Dan's Bar closes shop, leaving Denton with too few venues for too many bands
Rubber Gloves in Denton was supposed to be the ultimate indie-cool club. That was three years ago. Today, its owner is still trying to complete his dream.
Or at least a handful of musicians and music-industry types are, for a few brief moments
Hardly a shock
Rubber Gloves still dry
Rubber Gloves finally brings its own alcohol, and the Gypsy Tea Room tackles That Hip Hop Genre
Rubber Gloves looks for a pass to free parking
Or: What do cake walks, the Backstreet Boys, and Jon Cunningham have in common?
Josh Baish and Denton fit together like a band and Rubber Gloves