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.
3 days ago | News
Nathan Adamson got some devastating news Monday. Ferralog Recording Studios, the studio he has invested many hours and dollars in for the past seven years, is in danger of closing if he doesn’t find a new investor in time. If a new one does not ap...
4 days ago | Best Of Dallas
What is there to say about Taylor Swift that hasn't been said before? She's the princess of pop, the queen of open letters to streaming services, the goddess of breakup and beef songs. There's nothing she can't or won't do at this point. But even ...
15 days ago | First Look
Nestled between a Campisi’s and a 24 Hour Fitness in the North Dallas/Richardson area, Angel Chicken Kitchen has been open since December 2017. Slowly but surely, the place has grown in stature as one of the best places to get chicken for suburban...
16 days ago | Concerts
Back in July, Minus the Bear announced they were ending their time together as a band. Instead of playing a handful of final shows near their hometown of Seattle, the band decided to do one more extensive tour across the country and then call it q...
17 days ago | Concerts
Silverstein has never really stopped as a band. Playing across the globe since 2004, including well over a dozen times in Dallas, the band performs two sets per night. One is to celebrate their debut album, When Broken is Easily Fixed, as well as ...
18 days ago | Concerts
Manchester Orchestra doesn’t normally tour the country this late in the year, but they’ve squeezed in one more run before taking 2019 off to work on new material. Still promoting 2017’s A Black Mile to the Surface, along with a Black Friday exclus...