Last week saw the release of two notable mixtapes in Dallas hip-hop. Thursday night, the Thugged Out D-Town Gangsta Boogie release at The Mansion with Kiki J of K104, plus performances from DJ Drop and other Definition DJs, among others. Sunday night at Aloft, 80s Baby held a release party for their Christmas-themed hip-hop mix "Merry Sickmas." Photos by Gloria Levario.
DayBowBow hosted its Christmassacre/Christmas Spectacular at a pair of Denton venues Saturday night, with Manned Missiles, RTB2 and Spooky Folk first at Rubber Gloves, followed by Damaged Good$ and others at Bee's Manor. The set below includes shots from the first set, at Rubber Gloves.
Danny Balis and Davey Lane, hosts of Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket's Saturday show "The Orphanage," hosted a fundraiser at The Double wide with Dem Southernfolkz, The Orbans, Sparklepussy Barbie and DJ Slim on Saturday night, December 19. The fourth annual Orphanage Christmas Benefit raised money...
Dozens of Santas converged on downtown Dallas Saturday night, December 19, winding their way from Victory Park, where they staged a pillow fight, through West End and Main Street bars and out to Expo Park, spreading cheer, hula-hooping and shouting "Ho!" along the way. Photos by Patrick Michels.
Lizard Lounge hosted a homecoming show for the Dallas-based at Hellzapoppin Sideshow on its world tour, on Thursday night, December 17. With fire eaters, contortionists, knife throwers and Austin's notorious Lizard Man, Hellzapoppin bills itself as the world's largest circus sideshow.
As we near the end of 2009, it's time to take a look back at all the content we produced for all of you and highlight some of the more memorable, distinctive or popular items. Obviously, this is par for the course this time of year, but allow me to offer up some especially nice looking shots...
With 35 parties in the books already, Hot Flash celebrated its third anniversary at Fallout Lounge Saturday night, December 12, with Duey FM (Mad Decent), Neiliyo, Schwa, Genova Richard Henry and others. Photos by Mattie Stafford.
The fifth annual Art Conspiracy charity auction was held in an Oak Cliff warehouse Saturday night, December 12. Along with performances from RTB2, The Boom Boom Box, The Crash That Took Me and Telegraph Canyon, art pieces made the night before were sold in live auctions.
Last Friday night, December 12, Big J -- the former Suite basement standby -- spun at Plush's basement, and the "Alice In Whomperland" party took over a Lear Street warehouse later on. Photos by Ray and Peter Lek.