Just over a decade ago, when The Deathray Davies got their start, they were sort of a reverse supergroup; just about everyone in the band has since moved on to perform with bigger acts. Lead singer John Dufilho now drums for Apples In Stereo; Jason Garner and Dylan Silvers are now in Polyphonic S ... More >>
The best part of posting secret audio from concerts you've attended is using them as an excuse to ring up others who were also there and reminisce about that, like, amazing night, remember? Like, say, Jeff Liles, who recalls Blur's February 3, 1996, show at Trees (scroll down) as "a mob scene" an ... More >>
In this morning's item about the late, great Don Ivan Punchatz, Jeff Liles drops a comment to remind us of the TCU illustration prof's estimable contribution to the local music scene. Writes Jeff, he "also created that amazing cover illustration for Biting on Tin Foil, the first Three on a Hill ... More >>
The New Year (Touch and Go)
Saturday, June 28, at the Granada Theater
Experiment in Error (Idol)
See a vast Conspiracy at the Longhorn Ballroom
From costumes to cover bands, your best bets for Halloween shows
Thursday, June 8, at Sons of Hermann Hall
Necrogazm, Six Past Hell and others sacrifice eardrums to remember the Dimebag anniversary
Want to win big? Then get a ticket to the biggest lottery this week, Rock Lottery 7
Sunday, March 27, at the Barley House
The Deathray Davies remember a few of 500 shows
Sunday, September 5, at Barley House
Double Wide, Dallas' newest live-music venue, ready for grand opening
Eisley to headline Buzz-Oven shows
Eleven things that made local music great in 2002
We endured nine straight nights of booze and smoke to bring you this news. You can thank us later.
Local music was better than ever in 2001
Here's a crash course on local music
(Quality Park Records)
Two months into 2001, Matt and Bubba Kadane start The New Year
Another drummer steps to the mike
A good idea...in theory
New Year's day; Texas Punk Sweethearts; Growth spurt for Polyphonic Spree; Waging Red Animal War
Darlingtons bass-less again; Vibrolux takes the stage once again; Deep Blue Something cracks the top 50
March 11 - 17, 1999
Signing to a record label can be bad for a band's health. So why do they keep doing it?
Josh Baish and Denton fit together like a band and Rubber Gloves
Picking the best locally made records of 1998 was easy. Who knew?
July 23 - 29, 1998
After 10 years of being told he was the Next Big Thing, former Three on a Hill and Funland frontman Peter Schmidt makes the best record of his career. And he did it, for the most part, all by himself.
Meredith Miller decides to say folk it and goes rock
Dallas' last great concert hall suffers growing pains
This was the year local music broke, but was it fixed?
After mulling its future for two years, Funland releases its first album
After seven wacky years, 14 Records prepares to close its doors