Local act Caterpillars won't play their next show until July 20 at the Crown and Harp, but until then, they have a new record to finish. They took some time out at the Double Wide a few weeks ago and discussed what they're up to, their first musical obsessions, and how they feel about the (still) dr ... More >>
These days, This Will Destroy You have their hands full. With good reason, of course: Today marks the arrival of their newest LP, Tunnel Blanket, an album that finds the band growing even darker and denser and, somehow, even bigger than their epic offerings have showcased to date. Meanwhile, the ... More >>
Harlem. Just your average pirate/cowboy/federale, rock bandThis weekend sees a pretty stacked list of local shows and touring shows alike, but the biggest of all is probably the extravaganza happening in Frisco on Saturday. As we mentioned yesterday, Kiss, Daughtry, Pat Green, The Academy Is..., ... More >>
Weekend Christian concerts approach the cross from opposite sides
Colleyville's the Rocket Summer hides Jesus in sharp emo-pop melodies--and a major label deal
Minister G. Craige Lewis has one goal: Get hip-hop out of the church. Forever.
The One Voice concert series at Six Flags Over Texas is all about Jesus. Unless, of course, you ask Six Flags Over Texas.
Sunny Day Real Estate's Jeremy Enigk is comfortable with his spirituality. Are you?
Last year showed pop still has more than a ghost of a chance