It's easy to think four-piece Joyce Manor is a local band. They make their third appearance in the area this year on Sunday at Dada with Hate Your Friends, Hop Along and Fairbanks. We caught up with bassist Matt Ebert on his experiences playing in the area, an imaginary show with OFF!, and their wor ... More >>
Josh Pitts and Ben Piche were in the punk band Captain Incredible a ways back, and got so frustrated with the way their band was getting booked, they decided to concentrate on doing it themselves, hence their five-man outfit, Up To 11 Entertainment.
Pitts has performed with DFW notables Darstar, He ... More >>
The doorman. They are Dallas' gatekeepers, ticket takers, fight breaker-uppers and occasional crowd curators. Before you ever get past that velvet rope, or even show your ID, they are sizing up our city's finest and not-so-finest. The Overserved wants to introduce you to the gents and ladies letting ... More >>
Might sound like skipping record coming from us, but Austin's Ume is back in town this weekend. And if you've never seen them play, do yourself a favor and see this trio. Frontwoman Lauren Larson, her husband, bassist Eric Larson, and drummer Rachel Fuhrer play the Ambhar Stage on Saturday afternoon ... More >>
Welcome to Local Music 'Mericans, where we meet the people in the local music scene that you don't see on stages.
Melissa KirkendallMelissa Kirkendall is a filmmaker. It wasn't always this way. In her younger years, Kirkendall spent a good chuck of her time immersed in the local music scene -- ... More >>
Welcome to My First Show, where we
give bands a chance to talk about the first shows they ever attended --
no matter how uncool and embarrassing those tales may be. Matt PittmanMatt Pittman is a busy man as of late. When not working on new material for the (thankfully) still-active Red Animal W ... More >>
The AggrolitesLos Angeles' The Aggrolites are a reggae band that formed in 2002 as a combination of Vessels and the Rhythm Doctors. Starting out, they performed the duties of backing band for reggae icon Derrick
Morgan. But after being satisfied with that venture, the band decided work more toge ... More >>
As seems to be the norm in these parts, Tuesday is quite a bit more musically active than Monday was. Whatever the reasons, there are several shows of interest hitting town this evening--and two of them are in the same building.