Sartaj Chowdhury


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  • 8 years ago

    Or if YouTube is more your flavor, click here... A few weeks back, we took Tokyo Police Club's "Breakneck Speed" to the AT&T Performing Arts Center, which was serving at the time as a location for a shoot for NBC's Chase. And, between shoots, got ...

  • 8 years ago | DFW Music News

    At this point, Austin's Bob Schneider is far more than the guy who dated Sandra Bullock, the guy who fronted the raunchy Scabs, or the guy who seems to play Dallas every other month. His 2009 album, Lovely Creatures, his first release for Dallas' ...

  • 8 years ago

    Michaelmatician maybe one of the most mysterious artists in Dallas. And he's pretty interesting, too: Instead of going by songs and albums, the electronic perfromer releases material as "sound units." And, instead of talking to the public, he has ...

  • 8 years ago

    Ah, indie rock. Is it a sound, a vibe, a business model, a fashion statement? Maybe it's a little bit of everything.Either way, it's the genre that, for better or worse, is probably responsible for this blog's existence -- and thousands of ot...

  • 8 years ago

    ​Although Dallas hip-hop may currently be best known for the D-Town Boogie, there are quite a few artists in the area that are changing that perception. Well, here's another: Plano West native Caleb Mak, whose mixtape is starting to make ro...

  • 9 years ago

    After years of extensive research, we finally feel as if we've cracked the code of how to make a successful southern hip-hop track.So, with that, we present to you, after the jump, a major breakthrough -- a blueprint teaching people how to make a ...

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