DFW Music News

New Science Projects' Hard On is a Weird, Catchy Masterpiece: Preview

In this week's music feature, Darryl Smyers dove into the strange world of New Science Projects' Dale Jones. He talks about his career ambitions (Ph.D or gas station attendant) and Dallas ("My music is not flashy. I think things in Dallas are more upscale, maybe not financially, but emotionally.").

Hear a few tracks from the album via the band's Bandcamp below.

The album comes out this Saturday at Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios in Denton. Admission is free for those over 21, and the lineup includes Spooky Folk, Two Knights, RTB + Last Joke and Losing.

There are also a series of videos on YouTube. So you've been told, folks -- this is going to be a good one.

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