Eric Grubbs is a Dallas-based writer who has published two books, Post: A Look at the Influence of Post-Hardcore 1985-2007 and When We Were the Kids. His writing has been featured in Punk Planet, Popdose, Fort Worth Weekly, The Dentonite and LA Weekly. He supports Manchester City and will never root for Manchester United.
6 days ago | Music Videos
Vanessa Peters is back with her new album, Foxhole Prayers. The 10-song project was recorded locally with her husband, producer and bandmate Rip Rowan, along with John Dufilho. Maestro guitarist Chris Holt (Don Henley, Bastards of Soul) added his ...
7 days ago | Concerts
Almost 20 years to the day of the original tour date in Dallas, Garbage will play here again, spotlighting all of the songs from their sophomore album, Version 2.0. Back in 1998, they played the Bronco Bowl on Oct. 15. This week, they play the Sou...
8 days ago | Concerts
Johnny Marr receives praise from fans all the time for his work. Whether it’s with The Smiths, Electronic, Healers, Modest Mouse, The The, Neil Finn or his solo material, the love is deep. So it’s nice to hear the inverse and listen to Marr rave a...
8 days ago | Song Premiere
Dead Flowers’ fourth album, Let's Get Angry, won’t be out until Jan. 11, but we have an exclusive premiere of the first single, “We Aren’t Satisfied.” As evidenced here, the band continues its punky style from the previous album, Let Me Be. The so...
9 days ago | Things To Do
Henry Rollins is coming back to Dallas, but instead of his usual spoken word, he’s showing pictures and telling stories from his travels all over the world. Dubbed the “Henry Rollins Travel Slideshow Tour,” the Kessler Theater will surely be packe...
13 days ago | Concerts
Earlier this year, respected music writer Steven Hyden went on a rant after seeing The National play a show. Writing for Uproxx, the article was titled, “Dear Cool Dads and Moms: Stop Bringing Your Young Children To Concerts.” Hyden, with young ch...