10 months ago | DFW Music News
Daniel Markham put out a new single, and it’s like nothing he’s done before. “Don’t it Feel Good” debuted recently, heralding Markham’s return from the studio with a new album, Burnout. The track is a nod to 1990s grunge with a riff that chugs lik...
11 months ago | Arts & Culture News
At 7 a.m. on a cool November morning in 2009, KXT took its first breaths, barking out the initial notes of its first Morning Show, to become the first adult album alternative radio station (triple-A station) in Dallas-Fort Worth since the 1990s. T...
Death March: Rosegarden Funeral Party Prepares to Say Goodbye to Dallas Through a Procession of Funeral-Themed Parties1 year ago | Concerts
Picture a dark, quiet street. Neighbors loiter here and there in the sleepy neighborhood as you stroll toward the house in the middle of a Garland block with a blood-red porch light and a glow emanating from the windows. Enter the dim crimso...
1 year ago | Celebrities
It seems like an eternity ago that derpy, 19-year-old Grapevine native Austin Post threw open the SoundCloud floodgates with “White Iverson” and thrust us into our current pop zeitgeist. Since then, there’s seldom been a mainstream radio hour, par...
1 year ago | Concerts
A year ago on his 30th birthday, Christian rapper Brandon Coleman’s kidney gave out. Up until then, he had been a healthy father of two children and husband to his wife of eight years, Cora Jakes Coleman, while working on building his music career...
1 year ago | Arts & Culture News
Abraham Alexander is a relatively green musician, a fact that belies the maturity of his sound. Just four years into playing music full time, he is releasing a self-titled EP that reflects his cultural influences as well as his internal rumination...