At 16, Michael Briggs was a Deep Ellum kid hanging with the late-night, all-ages coffee crowd at old favorite Insomnia Café. Briggs has come a long way for the cause since then, running a great local music podcast called The Violitionist Sessions, which has spotlighted over 100 artists from our own ... More >>
Amanda Palmer and Neil Gaiman's Violitionist Session is finally up, and it includes a cover of San Antonio country singer Leon's Payne's oft-covered "Psycho," which recounts a series of violent acts by the narrator, who, at the end of the song, claims his "mind just walked away." Gaiman does a fine ... More >>
Last night, Dresden Dolls singer Amanda Palmer was in town, mixing her new album with the ubiquitous John Congleton. Not only did she do a Violitionist Session with Neil Gaiman (yes, Neil Gaiman was in Denton, let that sink in), she also donated money to Girls Rock Dallas. They've declared today Ama ... More >>
Matthew Vaughn hacks at Neil Gaiman's fantasy wonderlandBy Robert Wilonsky
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