Editor: This year, we're celebrating the 25th Dallas Observer Music Awards. Our coverage will include recollections from last quarter century of North Texas music. Here, our Clubs Editor remembers the radio show that's won more DOMAs than any other. When I was growing up, radio had so much power. I ... More >>
For nearly three years now, Chris Mueller has hosted a local music show on deepellumradio.com called The Ghost of Blind Lemon. His show nabbed a DOMA nomination this year, and we wish him all the luck. "Ghost" doesn't seem to draw any boundary lines in the sand: it's a little bit of every genre. Mue ... More >>
Sara Radle once fronted the San Antonio power pop trio Lucy Loves Schroeder and started her own Dallas label, Jeez Louise Records. These days, the Los Angeles transplant is on tour, promoting her fourth solo LP, Same Sun Shines, out on Jeez Louise. As a preview of her show at LaGrange on Thursday, R ... More >>
Sara Radle comes home as a Rental
The Rentals weren't sure about their return at first. Thousands of screaming fans later, they're feeling better.
Midlake on The Late Late Show; enter The Drams; and say bye-bye to Sara Radle
Sara Radle's off to L.A.; LM5 calling it quits; Rubber Gloves gets anew look
Dallas' pop-punk princess can't make everybody like her. Well, not yet.
When record labels finally pay attention to Dallas, they usually likewhat they see
The wave of local tribute bands isn't receding any time soon
The Dixie Chicks' new album won't be out for another month, but we'll tell you why it's worth waiting for
Check out Robot Monster Weekend, the best new band we've heard in a while
These are your choices, not ours, for the best musicians in town
Buzz-Oven is cooking up a new audience for local music. One 16-year-old at a time.
Plus: Miller the Unifier, Second-guessing Goya, Lucy Is a Band
Dallas duo creates an online record label
Lucy Loves Schroeder is a band, Charlie Brown
El Gato to celebrate CD release
Old 97's breaking up? Who told you that?
Even music journalists have ethics
Selected songs disappear from the playlists at Clear Channel stations
A near encounter with Reverend Horton Heat's fists
Check out the, uh, interesting artwork on Lift to Experience's debut album
Local bands release a few more albums this week -- though not necessarily in the U.S.
It's a big fuckin' deal
Fry Street Fair grumbling
Trees closes its doors...for a while
Or at least a handful of musicians and music-industry types are, for a few brief moments
We've been trying to tell people for months
London ain't so great
Where there's glass, there's theft
More reality TV
Budapest One, Bobgoblin & Adventures of Jet
Bluh; Pleasant Grove in Germany; The Early Line; Trees turns 10; Rubber Gloves gets wet; And so much more
Todd Deatherage's newest up for grabs; Buzz-Oven reheats; New info on Centro-matic and Polyphonic Spree discs
New Year's day; Texas Punk Sweethearts; Growth spurt for Polyphonic Spree; Waging Red Animal War
Hagfish meets Bobgoblin; Touring the giglist; Toadies just might hatch
Rocket Summer, Toadies break out, Solex gets Good, Live at the Hootenanny, and more