1 month ago | DFW Music News
In 2005 Chris McIuan began recording local bands in his home, just east of downtown Fort Worth. He called the space Buzz Studios and it was relatively cheap, equipped with Pro Tools and a 16-channel digital interface. Now working for Spectrum, McI...
2 months ago | Concert Reviews
More than 300 students turned out for Pseudo Stereo Showcase, a concert organized by the University of Texas at Dallas’ radio department, Radio UTD. The sun was still out as the stage was being prepared for the night, and more people gathered at T...
2 months ago | Strong Opinions
We asked three of our regular contributors, Taylor Frantum, Preston Jones and Jacob Vaughn, to tackle a tough question: Should we still listen to the music of the late Michael Jackson, R. Kelly or Ryan Adams, three hugely popular artists in the ne...
3 months ago | Feature Stories
Robert Olivas is like many Americans. He works five days a week and uses the money to pay his mortgage and car loan. He is fortunate to like the people he works with. They don’t try to micromanage him. They just let him do his thing. This is huge ...
3 months ago | Concerts
Cameron Ray, a local singer-songwriter, will leave Dallas the right way with a headlining show at The Kessler Theater on Saturday, Jan. 26. Ray has lived in Dallas off and on for 30 years, and even though he is moving to Knoxville, Tennessee, with...
3 months ago | Coffee
Clay Eiland is no stranger to the DFW coffee scene. He has been selling Eiland Coffee Roasters coffee and roasting for local shops for nearly two decades. He and his employees work out of their roastery in Richardson, which is coupled with a small...