8 days ago | Concerts
It is a busy Tuesday morning in California for Deafheaven vocalist George Clarke, who is getting ready to set off on a U.S. tour that will support his band’s fourth studio album, Ordinary Corrupt Human Love. Clarke has one day left before his firs...
16 days ago | Music History
In contemporary music, it’s not rare to hear sounds echoing those of a previous generation. Some acts like the nostalgia behind the sounds; others want to further the genre. This, perhaps, is why many revival bands emerged in the early 2000s and c...
28 days ago | Best Of Dallas
Age Of Napoleon The beautiful thing about podcasts is that one exists for probably any topic. Need to learn how to play pinochle in a weekend? Easy. Want someone to analyze every political subtext of Hideo Kojima’s Metal Gear Solid? Close your eye...
1 month ago | Feature Stories
Since its origin as Black Music Month 39 years ago, Americans have used June to honor the work of African-American musicians by hosting activities and presentations that showcase their music. Cities across the country are celebrating. For example,...
1 month ago | Best Of Dallas
Almost 50 years after the Stonewall riots in Manhattan, the month of June continues to commemorate its lasting impact as LGBTQ Pride Month. The LGBTQ community’s ceaseless resistance against discrimination has demonstrated just what people can acc...
2 months ago | Don't Watch That, Watch This
The Dallas Street Choir has found a vast amount of success since it was founded in 2014. One of its notable feats is performing at Carnegie Hall in New York City last year — the first concert by homeless musicians in the history of the venue. More...