Denton fixture Tom "Pops" Carter passed away on Sunday, and while I didn't have any first-hand knowledge of him, the stories I have been hearing from DFW musicians who did points to a ladies man, a friend of musicians and a fount of blues and R&B history, from Louisiana to Houston to North Texas. Se ... More >>
This week's DC9er presents readers and listeners with not one, but two very different mixes from seasoned area musician, dubstep producer and DJ, Mwanza Dover. And not by accident, either. Dover voraciously admits that there was no way he could "really make one mix that would make sense for what ... More >>
Here's great news for anyone who wants to trip their balls off Thursday night, or who can appreciate what the Angelika web site calls "a mind-blowing, almost indescribable mix of fantasy, religious symbolism, horror and humor" without chemicals: The Dallas Angelika Theater will screen a remaster ... More >>
Sad Bullets | In Deep | Handstamps
Saturday, October 21, at the Double Wide
Saturday, July 22, at the Double Wide
The Golden Falcons are reeling after their encounter with a super trooper
Need some perspective on the good, bad and ugly of Deep Ellum? Just remember--at least it's not Lower Greenville.
If only some great Dallas festival was flagging down southbound SXSW drivers right now...
Longtime local rocker Mwanza Dover hates Dallas--so much, in fact, that he helms six music projects in town simultaneously.
A report from the final night at Trees
Laptop Deathmatch didn't just crown a winning musician this week. It crowned a new scene in Dallas.
Laptop demolition, band self-destruction and the Eagle flies again (sort of)
Friday, June 24, at The Wreck Room
Festivals abound this spring; enter our caption contest and win...something
Falkon is finito; Denton preps for two music fests; and Ask the Expert with Josh Venable
Saturday, February 26
Sunday, November 6, at Barley House
Falkon leaving town, clubs denied late-night permits and When Rock GoesBad
Sunday, August 8, at the Gypsy Tea Room
The Melodica Festival returns with music to quicken the pulse and blow your mind
Remember the Factory Press? Calla and Mercova do