3 days ago | Concerts
It’s an unseasonably warm night in January when the guys in Creeping Death meet up at the Storage Depot in Denton. They’ll be leaving for a weeklong tour early the next morning. With generous clouds and no breeze, it could rain any moment, but not...
9 days ago | Music History
The Monks are the best band you’ve never heard of. These trailblazers were serving up a visionary, singular sound back in the 1960s, but the world wasn’t ready for them yet. Sadly, three-fifths of the group have moved on to rock out in heaven, wit...
10 days ago | DFW Music News
Tony Ferraro never stops. The prolific Denton-based musician delivers art at a dizzying pace, with a self-set goal to release between one and three records a year — either solo or as a contributor. And not even two weeks into 2020, he’s already an...
12 days ago | Concerts
St. Vincent plays well with others — very well. The enigmatic Dallas-raised performer has collaborated with a wide array of musicians, from pop princesses to indie rock titans to grunge gods. Just this week, she was invited to fill Kurt Cobain's C...
1 year ago | Concerts
It’s 11 p.m. on a stormy Friday in Denton when band practice finally gets going. Intermittent claps of thunder and the unmistakable shriek of feedback pierce the tranquility of a quiet neighborhood. Guitarist Ariel Hartley sets up the closet-sized...
3 years ago | DFW Music News
Seated at a wooden picnic table, Jeffrey Barnes sips a Lone Star tallboy between bites of his mac and cheese brisket sandwich. Ever the eccentric, Barnes dons a beaded hat and bolo tie. The lapel of his suit is speckled with colorful pins, and two...