Editor: Austin Psych Fest brought the weirdos to the state capitol this weekend for sets by big legends like The Moving Sidewalks and small ones like Silver Apples. DC9 at Night Writer Jesse Hughey and photographer Tracie Louck were there to brave the mud and reverb to bring you these dispatches. ... More >>
Thursday, April 26, at the Kessler Theater
Beach BoysThursday, April 26, at Verizon TheatreIt's the first time the Beach Boys will feature Brian Wilson on tour in decades. Their voices aren't as pure as they were on their near-perfect album Pet Sounds, but even at half strength the performance should be good.Steve EarleThursday, April 2 ... More >>
"My lyrics are about women's issues, the toll of war on women. I encourage women to reach for their dreams and fulfill their potential. I often praise people who have helped women and artists. I am now singing a lot about peace. My country and home city are in the grip of a political crisis for whic ... More >>
They fled some of the world's most dangerous places, only to land in one of Dallas'. Slowly and unsurely, they're making it their own.
Friday, November 4, at The Loft
Fool's GoldThe Los Angeles-based indie rock band Fool's Gold has always been a work in progress. That is, until recently. The band is notorious for incorporating and African flavor into their music and their second album Leave No Trace, which dropped on August 16, holds true to that style. But fr ... More >>
AMADOU AND MARIAM BREAK OUT OF A FLABBY, GENERIC GENRE
Think Tank (EMI)
Our writers clean out the CD bin
Terry Allen's installation art speaks softly and avoids the big shtick
A shortage of American engineers and programmers spells boom times for brokers who peddle skilled foreign workers at bargain prices. Is it exploitation, or just good business?