This is a statement that your brain will reflexively disagree with but also one that it will eventually accept as truth: Ludacris is one of rap's greatest and most unstoppable guest-verse performers of all time, and, despite his millions of album sales and shelf full of awards, remains somehow under ... More >>
Editor's Note: Shea Serrano is an award-winning music writer and goofball whose recent exploits include Bun B's Rapper Coloring and Activity Book. In his new column, he writes about his life and times. Earlier this week, I went to the funeral of a person that I cared about. While I am of course hap ... More >>
Mac Miller will show off his newly-released Watching Movies with the Sound Off this summer on his Space Migration Tour. His sophomore album continues the musical evolution that he began with his Macadelic mixtape, providing a much more introspective and thoughtful sound than his Blue Slide Park debu ... More >>
The blasting horns sampled from The Chi-Lites' "Are You My Woman (Tell Me So)" ring out, the sound of a jangling cymbal being taken for a walk sizzles under the infectiously catchy purr of "uh-oh, uh-oh, uh-oh, uh-oh- oh no no." The 808 laced drums crack and pop as if they're frying under the hot Te ... More >>
See also: 12 of this weekend's best concerts Is your weekly schedule missing another dedicated night to get dressed up for? Cue Winston's Supper Club. Last week, the luxurious London-inspired club snuck in its inaugural SupperClub Sundays with an intimate set from Australian rapper Iggy Azalea, fe ... More >>
Since signing with Atlantic earlier this year, Fort Worth's Snow Tha Product, aka 24-year-old Claudia Feliciano, has been fully embracing her merch motto "Fuck Sleep." The mixtape she's in the process of recording, Good Nights and Bad Mornings, which follows up 2011's Unorthodox, should be out next ... More >>
Saturday, February 18, at Trees
Friday, September 23, at the House of Blues
The Caddyshack soundtrack is slightly phallic.If Cee-Lo wrote the greatest song of all humankind with "Fuck You," which has sufficiently taken over the Internet this week, then Meat Loaf certainly deserves a firm No. 2 spot for his own masterpiece, "California Isn't Big Enough (Hey There Girl)," ... More >>
Sunday, November 16, at the House of Blues
M.I.A November 4th, 2007 House of Blues Better than: Staying at home to watch the Cowboys Vs. Eagles (HoB was decorated with flat screens flashing the game. Fat beats and football, booya!) Review: Last night, when I partied down to the Cool Kids and M.I.A. at House of Blues, I was elated. For th ... More >>
Scion hosted Timbaland in a free concert last night at the Palladium Ballroom, and the people came out in force. The floor was increasingly crowded throughout the night (although the place is so big, the back area was still an easy walk through). A surprising spectrum of people showed up ranging fro ... More >>
A few weeks ago we touted the lecture Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner, the authors of Freakonomics, were scheduled to give September 9 at the Nokia Theatre at Grand Prairie. Well, go ahead and take that off your schedule. It's been axed due to a "scheduling conflict," according to the Justin ... More >>
Experts discuss book, movie and life
Suicidal tendencies, gut locker lovers and men who wail on their axes
Saturday, March 5
TLC scouts for talent in Dallas. Hey, everyone's famous for 15 episodes.
Plus: Smells Like Indie Spirit
In a scandal-ridden election year, the year's top 10 music stories were all about winning the popular vote
In a scandal-ridden election year, the year's top ten music stories were all about winning the popular vote.
Sassy Brits, hoochie mamas and a dude named Beans attempted to invigorate a stagnant year for hip-hop.
Rating the year's hits with Mom and Dad
Band to play final show at Curtain Club
D'oh! The Simpsons animate Dallas' favorite polka band
A year-end rant or rave for the rap music industry
What a bad feeling--and taste--Honey leaves behind
Richard X Presents His X-Factor Vol. 1 (Astralwerks)
Chad Hugo and Pharrell Williams plan for the revenge of the N.E.R.D.
The "40 best artists making music right now?" Nah.
Plus: Spring Fever, No Sheet
The Top 10 musical ties of 2002
The best was hard to find, harder still to ignore
Now that's what I call music
Los Pacaminos (Tornado/What)
Under Construction (Elektra)
Minesweeper Suite (Tigerbeat6) / Gold Teeth Thief (Violent Turd)
Soundbombing 3 (Rawkus)
At SXSW, it's all about the buzz, not the Buzz Band
Timbaland and Organized Noize are making the music go bang, and rap radio's never sounded so good
Feminism posing as trend, profit masquerading as activism, and a bunch of really bad songs: Why Lilith Fair isn't so fair at all