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  • Wednesday In 1991, the Boston-based outfit Powerman 5000 was born. Despite sounding like an alter-ego superhero your 4-year-old made up, Powerman 5000 is one of industrial metal’s most successful bands. Led by Spider One, a punk rock Billy Idol lo...

  • Wednesday If you’re at the Deep Ellum Art Company on Wednesday, you might have trouble standing still. The funkadelic sounds of Georgia band Funk You will have you moving and grooving like never before, even though you’re usually too self-consciou...

  • Thursday Don’t be alarmed by earth-shaking incidents in the Fair Park area. It’s Ochre House and Dallas Flamenco Festival’s presentation of La Muerte de Don Quixote, written and directed by the theater’s founder and creative dynamo Matthew Posey. ...

  • Wednesday With elements of classic rock, soul, gospel and R&B, Anderson.Paak throws pretty much every style against the wall. Surprisingly, it all sticks. In February, he won his first Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance, an honor that serve...

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    Wednesday Sculpting a seemingly timeless vacuum between noise, metal and classical minimalism, Earth’s music is nothing if not brutally austere. This is metal ruthlessly denuded. With all the superfluous components deleted, all the ornate plumage ...

  • 2 years ago | Arts & Culture News

    Wednesday It’d be easy to write off Midwestern-born singer-songwriter Pokey LaFarge as an archetypical hipster- a one-man Mumford & Sons, complete with banjo, fedora and bow tie. But of course, nothing could be further from the truth. Combinin...

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