Founder Wyatt Parkins has an angel on his shoulder.
Mike MezeulDallas' Preteen Zenith make their live debut at GVB Fest. For more photos from the event, check out the slideshow.It's impossible to extricate the actual Preteen Zenith, a distorted-pop sextet with all of a week's worth of full-band practice under its belt before its first gig, from th ... More >>
For almost two months now, we've been waiting patiently for the chance to hear some music out of Preteen Zenith's camp -- you know, it being the new band from Polyphonic Spree and Tripping Daisy mastermind Tim DeLaughter and Secret Machines member Philip Karnats, and also featuring members of The ... More >>
And so it is.Well, we thought this would be the case, and, turns out, we were right: Tim DeLaughter's new band will indeed make its debut at the Gorilla Vs. Bear Festival taking place at the Granada Theater on Saturday, July 23. Says so, even on the Facebook page for the new band, which, DeLaught ... More >>
It's a fair question: With Brandon Curtis off playing in Interpol, Benjamin Curtis long gone and in his own School of Seven Bells project (who'll play the Homegrown Fest in Dallas this weekend), Josh Garza reportedly spending his 2010 working with members of Elefant and Monster Magnet, and, as of t ... More >>
Illustration by Tony Bones This is the cover of Zac Crain's double-disc mayoral fundraiser. Looks everything like him. Our boy Zac Crain, who we in no way are endorsing for mayor till he starts sharing his Star Wars action figures with the 3-year-old who lives in our house, is finally getting that ... More >>
Former Observer music editor Zac Crain has leaked the tentative tracklisting for his double-CD Zac Crain for Mayor campaign fundraiser, and it's somewhat of a doozy. Though the set contains the requisite contributions from Sorta-obvious Barley House drinking buddies such as Olospo, I Love Math and S ... More >>
Pleasesuite Good Records
Celebrated indie-rock dive the Double Wide announced its closure on Monday. Or did it?
Picking the best locally made records of 1998 was easy. Who knew?
With the new Jesus Hits Like The Atom Bomb, Tripping Daisy has made the best record of its seven-year career. So what took so long?