DDTers Jason Wolford, EZ Eddie D and Jeff Liles The puke green exterior made the Mitchell Building in Deep Ellum look like a frightening industrial shop of horrors. Far from being accidental, that's by design -- the place was actually a weapons manufacturing facility during Word War II.In the ear ... More >>
Just how out there Is Girl Talk's Feed the Animals?
Between Good Records' birthday celebration and the Mokah Music showcase we were a little overwhelmedbut in a good way.
Experimental act Negativland will perform what Mark Hosler, one of the group’s founding members, admits is a fairly out-there, challenging show tomorrow night. That not too surprising to those familiar with Negativland’s history. For years the band has made headlines for things only tangential ... More >>
Well, John Freeman, the man behind the recently shut-down-by-the-city Sloppyworld, has some more news about his experimental DIY venue in Exposition Park: "Basically, what the deal is," Freeman says, "is Sloppyworld is officially closed." There are a number of factors behind Freeman's decision. Ma ... More >>
For those following, but not too closely, the saga of the shuttered Sloppyworld, last night the mighty John Freeman posted word on Unfair Park that the highly anticipated Negativland show originally scheduled for the Expo Park venue has a new home. Says the Dutch Treat, Negativland will now perform ... More >>
View Larger Map Early this morning over on DC9, Rich Lopez posted word that John Freeman has closed down the newish yet already beloved Sloppyworld -- only because, well, five Dallas police officers and an assistant city attorney made him. See, Freeman -- the genius behind Dooms U.K., Dutch Treat ... More >>
Finding hope for Dallas' live music scene among Sloppyworld's DIY clutter
DJ Spooky is the world's most eclectic spinner--in (music) theory, at least
Negativland makes its case in a new book and album