Local artist and musician, Liz Larsen (previously Lars) has joined musical forces with Scott Porter, Tony Wann and Cory Ward (former members of Record Hop) and together they've birthed new music project; Strange Towers.
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When sitting in a beer garden with Ashley Cromeens and the rest of the Neeks crew for an interview, one should be prepared for anything at any moment. Statements like, "We're really into puff paint!" or "We want to tour America in a big bus like Midlake!" And they just might be serious about it.
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They make our drinks, run our sound, teach our kids, ring us up for our takeout, serve our coffee and share bills with international rock stars. They are the face of the Denton music scene and the reason why our town gets written about. Here's a small sample of our many fine representatives and thei ... More >>
Saturday, February 18
This yearly mini music festival is Harlan Anderson's brainchild, and he was the one grilling on the back patio, cheerfully putting up with the rain in his "Meat Guns" apron, hob-knobbing with attendees and shooting the shit with Dan Mojica, owner ... More >>
Record Hop, goofing off in a photo booth. That's Porter on the right.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. Guitarist Scott Porter has helped anchor Record Hop with two ... More >>
This week's pick is a bit anticlimactic, I'll admit. We already ran the poster on Tuesday, in Daniel Rodrigue's post about the Spitfire Tumbleweeds' final (or is it???) show. But nothing else really grabbed my attention the way this stark, subtly spooky image did. Plus, it does a good job of capturi ... More >>
As in past years, this year's Lumberjack Festival at Dan's Silverleaf boasts a brawny lineup (see poster, pictured right). But also of note about the festival: In addition to being a release party of sorts for Spitfire Tumbleweeds' new Pope Crow album, the show is rumored to be the Denton band's fin ... More >>