When I came across this potentially real Craigslist ad yesterday, I was, of course, intrigued. Turns out, the Dallas-shot Trap House is a real show, at least on the Internet, and it's two episodes in. Dallas emcee Pikahsso, who was mentioned here last week for his appearance in DFW Cypher's latest ... More >>
With Dallas hip-hop experiencing a surge in popularity, it's refreshing that some of the former big dogs are coming out of the dark to join in on the fun.The A-Teem, the duo of Viz Walker and Jonathan "Fatz" Dangerfield, are bringing back what was a hip-hop staple in Deep Ellum for most of the Aught ... More >>
We already reminded you once, but what the heck, let's do it again: Sunday is Mother's Day. Remember it. Write it in permanent ink on your hand. Don't spend the next year in the doghouse with mom, because, really, moms rock. Now, onto some actual rock. As always, let's lead with the show's we'v ... More >>
Saturday, December 13, at The Door Dallas
Saturday, November 22, at the Double Wide
Saturday, September 6, at Club Dada
This past week was a big one for Booker T. Washington High School—and an abysmal one for local hip-hop
Denglish (Idol Records)
You down with PPT? Yeah, you owe me.
Grown (Hardcore Casual)
After years of the grind, PPT makes its own fate
The Healing (OM)
Haven't been to a local show lately? Keep your calendar clear for these seven stellar live acts
Don't think Mark Cuban's hip-hop opinion means anything? Try telling that to PPT.
Saturday, April 8, at Rubber Gloves
Dallas Music Partners declare: "Give us your tired, your poor, your huddled musicians."
Wednesday, March 1, at the Darkside Lounge
Someone actually took our advice--hear why K104 Uncut is good for local rap
Deep Ellum is rattled by a murder, but Fair Park is shaken by something even bigger.
The North Texas New Music Festival overwhelms Dallas this weekend; make sense of it with our suggestions.
Dallas hip-hop represents in our first-ever mixtape round-up
The Dallas rap scene is good and plenty, so why don't more people know about it?
Once a year we find ourselves on the other side of the curtain. It isn't easy. It can be fun.
Artists' secret riders reveal true character, fascinating pickle relish fetish
Pre-music awards "awards"; praise for a Dallas photographer; and Band to Watch
Local musicians pick their favorite albums of 2004
The Birth of Whack (Self-released)
Wallpaper for the Soul (Minty Fresh)
Unnecessary but a hell of a lot of fun
Veteran cinematographer Conrad Hall will choose 'right' over 'special' any day
Dallas' hip-hop scene is more vital than ever, but you'd never know it: no clubs, no radio, no major-label deals. But the musicians, some of this city's best, refuse to give up.