It's not even November and Jens Lekman is enduring the "shittiest snowfall ever," which is blanketing his hometown of Gothenburg, Sweden. Proclaiming it "completely useless," Lekman knows it's a short-term nuisance. In days, he'll be in Dallas promoting I Know What Love Isn't, his first full-length ... More >>
Saturday night, Gorilla vs. Bear's second festival took place at the Granada Theater, showcasing A.Dd , Laurel Halo, Taken By Trees, Twin Sister, Chromatics and Glass Candy. Mattie Stafford grabbed some shots of the fans and bands.
Gorilla Vs. Bear Fest IISaturday, July 28, at Granada TheaterIn its second year, Gorilla Vs. Bear Fest has (smartly) shortened things a bit, thus giving more breathing room to the bands, which included Glass Candy, Chromatics, Twin Sister, Chromatics, Taken By Trees, Laurel Halo, A.Dd and DJ Sober.
JusticeWednesday, October 31, at Palladium Ballroom, $40Justice is sort of a gateway band for many younger electronic music fans. Their concise jams (I'm partial to their high-profile remix of Simian's "We Are Your Friends") make it easy to get on the dancefloor, which is essentially what is expecte ... More >>
Justin BieberMonday, October 29, at American Airlines Center, $52.71-$103.90Though he's one of the most disliked artists in the world, I predict this show will sell out quicker than it takes load the video for "Baby." Of course, Dallas has a special place in Biebs' heart. His girlfriend Selena Gomez ... More >>
On Saturday night, while we were all out shortening our lifespan in one form or another, the Granada quietly slipped some of the initial lineup for this summer's July 28 gig onto Instagram, which really is the most stylish way to leak music news: Glass Candy, Chromatics, Taken By Trees, Twin Sister, ... More >>