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 >>
Now that the calendar has official turned to September and the back-to-school fervor is over, we've come upon that special time once again when big-box retailers to start rolling out their Halloween merchandise. Since we here at DC9 love Halloween, we think it's never too early to begin planning ... More >>
Charlie Sexton. Charlie Sexton once served as the poster boy for what could have been. Way back in 1985, when he was only 15 years old, Sexton was the guitarist de jour, an Austin wunderkind who parlayed his striking good looks and impressive chops into a quick ascension towards stardom that many t ... More >>
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