Tom CowanA little bonus to last night's Horrors' show at The Prophet Bar: Keyboardist Tom Cowan was nice enough to share some of his first show experiences. The very first show he remembers seeing is a little different from the ones we normally hear about. For starters, he wasn't taken to the sho ... More >>
Most music megastores have disappeared. Fast. The two Virgin Megastores I worked at--the first being Dallas' Mockingbird and 75 location, the second on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles--are now defunct. The similar big boxes that remain--whether they be Target, Best Buy or Barnes & Noble--are ... More >>
In 2006, the band's Wait EP helped build A Fragile Army and start a digital revolution
I Wish We All Could Win (Epic)
Finally, Dallas has its own William Hung
How The Vanished's "My Favorite Scar" became my favorite guilty pleasure
Scott Beggs quits, and so do the Sparrows
The Mockingbird Station customer parking in the North Central service road garage lot
How can you steal music you can't even buy?
Troma's Lloyd Kaufman has guts, all over the floor
Troma's bossman to take over town; hide your children
Forbidden Media heads north looking for a better climate--in Denton of all places
August 10; August 13
Joe Cripps and Barrett Martin ride a Fast Horse to record-label utopia
For 15 years, the Dallas Video Fest has flickered on the fringe
The Kids in the Hall are the Same Guys, New Dresses
Don't get malled. This year, do your business al fresco.
Angelika Film Center & Café
A near encounter with Reverend Horton Heat's fists
Austin Powers can go shag himself
Are Virgin and Tower really the enemy, or can the indie stores fight back?
January 7 - 13, 1999
August 20 - 26, 1998