See also: The Angelus, Le Leek Electrique at Dan's Silverleaf Local trio The Angelus is playing Thursday night at LaGrange with another local featured in this column before: Crushed Stars. Expect the music to be slow, but no doubt peaceful and heavenly. The three members of The Angelus took time o ... More >>
I was alerted to this story by our friends at Houston Press, since I'm apparently not on the Cracker Barrel press list, and maybe this is old news, but the South's most ubiquitous chain restaurant is selling music. I know Cracker Barrel is the butt of a lot of jokes, but I genuinely like the place. ... More >>
Remember when we said it was a busy week for Bad Design? Add the premiere of their new video for "Stained Glass," directed and shot by Christopher Bryan and starring Ally Hoffmann, both of Denton's Peopleodian. In this week's print edition, a shorter version of the My First Show Q&A appears due to ... 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. Tre Orsi. That's Matt on the far right.When he isn't recording, tour managing, or running sound for other bands, Matt Barnhart has ... More >>
On this somewhat slow Monday night, you can go check out a decent touring show, particpate in a holiday-themed event or take in a weekly performance you might otherwise skip on a busier night. We'll get into specifics after the jump...
Elvis Perkins in Dearland, A.A. BondyHouse of Blues' Cambridge RoomNovember 14, 2009Better than: Having to actually attend a New Orleans funeral to feel uplifted.Elvis Perkins in DearlandI confess to be fond of brainy, melancholy music leavened with joy, and, I'm happy to say, that itch got scrat ... More >>
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