1 month ago | Columns
Our relationships to everything — the outside world, each other, ourselves — have been altered with varying degrees of velocity over the last six months. To live through times seized by so much cataclysm is to spend your waking hours reeling from ...
5 months ago | Coronavirus
The storm had only begun to gather when South by Southwest made the painful but necessary decision to cancel the entirety of its 2020 conference, sending shockwaves through the creative community in Texas and around the world. As everyone processe...
6 months ago | DFW Music News
Like many of us these days, Nicholas Altobelli has abundant time on his hands. And, like some of us these days, Altobelli is making productive use of it. As a lark, the musician recently wrote, recorded and released a new EP — the evocatively titl...
6 months ago | Celebrities
Pop music, historically speaking, isn’t kind to maturity — doubly so when it comes to women. You need only look as far back as the late 1990s and early 2000s for ample evidence of this: Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera — the Helen and Clytemn...
7 months ago | Music History
Lesser bands might have been overwhelmed by the success of a single like “Creep.” Radiohead exploded into the public eye with its 1993 LP Pablo Honey and the ubiquitous, slow-burning ballad, which spent weeks lodged in the charts. To thi...
8 months ago | Concert Reviews
To hear Harry Connick Jr. tell it, he’s spent much of the last year rescuing Cole Porter from obscurity. “Most people not only don’t know much about him, but don’t know who he was,” Connick Jr. explained not long into his 110-minute performance be...