Saturday's Good Records lineup has a few curious additions (Switchfoot? Ting Tings?), but overall it's a pretty solid Texas roster, and you should definitely try to catch the block of Glorium, Yells At Eels and Blixaboy.
Denton artist Nevada Hill did this one. His inspiration?
"People in the music industry make deals with the devil all the time," Hill says. "Also, it is the 12-year birthday for Good, so that is the yin to the yang."
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