Welcome to Thunderdome. The 2012 Dallas Observer Music Awards poll is now live, and you can go right here and do what America does best: vote on their computer. Or you could go "old school" and find a paper ballot, like the one in this week's issue, then bring it to our November 10 showcase in Deep ... More >>
Wild FlagWild Flag is something of a web phenomenon, gaining loads of notoriety before ever releasing any music. It helps, of course, that front-lady Carrie Brownstein and Wild Flag bandmate Janet Weiss were members of the legendary rock trio Sleater-Kinney. But now, with their new act, they're t ... More >>
SerynDenton's Seryn have been riding high since the release of their debut full-lenth, This Is Where We Are. And, in the midst of all the hype the band has been receiving, they've found a way to give back. On Saturday, April 16, at 7 p.m., the band will perform a benefit concert at Bethany Luther ... More >>
A major tip of the cap to Preston Jones of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, who always does a beyond-admirable job of reporting all things Fort Worth- and music-related for his paper's music blog, for turning our eyes toward this mind-spinning note: A new Fort Worth "surpergroup" of sorts has formed ... More >>
It's a surprisingly busy Wednesday night around the region this evening. Take a look around: There's Propagandhi's at The Prophet Bar; the Pitchfork-approved Isis, Pelican and Tombs date at the Granada; the Indigo Girls at the Lakewood -- and even the Crystal Method at the House of Blues with L.A. R ... More >>
Gaelic StormAs usual, your weekly roundup of new concert listings. Just a heads up on Cowboy Mouth, they gave short notice for their May 29 show.
Fans of acoustic and Americana should definitely make Gaelic Storm a priority when they come through in a couple months. If you've never heard of them, ... More >>
Clearing out a slight backlog, we've got more national acts than usual to add to this week's list. And with summer only a few months away, now's the time for the big outdoor venues to fill their calendars. Besides the acts in the headline, you can look forward to Motley Crue, Godsmack and Depeche ... More >>