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John Cale

14 years ago by Jesse Hughey
Leave it to Snoop Dogg of all people to put Velvet Underground co-founder John Cale in his place. "I realized I had gotten entirely away from my minimalist background," the 63-year old Welshman says. However, the inspiration he drew from "Drop It Like It's Hot" wasn't Snoop's rapping, but Pharrell...
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Lou Reed, John Cale & Nico

16 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
More Lou/VU live, of which there have been plenty and then some--more on-the-road discs than in-the-studio ones, if you're willing to do the math and include the barely legal imports worth the price of emission. (The best remains 1969 Velvet Underground Live, with its unreleased songs and choruses; not bad...
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Staff Trax: Matt & Kim, Dutch, Jimmy Eat World, Uncle Tupelo, The Verve, John Cale,

9 years ago by Eric Grubbs
Welcome to Staff Trax, the weekly feature here on DC9 where we shed some light on the music we've been enjoying of late, regardless of the touring or album release schedules that tend to bear the focus of most of our coverage. Consider it a chance for you readers to...
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Trump’s Dallas Rally Proved One Thing: Conservatives Need to Promote Better Music

2 months ago by Garrett Gravley
Before President Donald Trump's rally Thursday night as at American Airlines Center, thousands of ardent supporters gathered outside on Victory Plaza to tailgate. A video of the festivities made the rounds on Twitter, offering images of red-hatted Trumpsters dancing to ... a band. Which band, you ask? So do we. Despite...
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Bad Samaritan Throws Back to (But Pales Before) the Thrillers of the Clinton Era

2 years ago by April Wolfe
... Bad Samaritan — with its title sounding very Grisham — tells the story of a low-level thief who breaks into a fancy-schmancy house and discovers a woman being held captive in a plastic-lined, camera-surveilled room
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John Fullbright Leads a Trio of Rising Oklahoma Songwriters

6 years ago by Kelly Dearmore
Texans are a fortunate group of folk music fans. We have legends and emerging artists that have either called the Lone Star State home at some point or are firmly entrenched here, primarily playing and making their artistic livings here so that we have more than ample access to their...
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Austin Legend Alejandro Escovedo Finds New Home in Dallas After Near-Death Experience

3 years ago by Karen Brooks Harper
For a while there two years ago, it seemed to Alejandro Escovedo as though it were all crumbling. His legendary rock 'n' roll career. His physical health. His mind. His beloved Austin, a place he had helped create as much as it had created him. About the only thing Alejandro could see...
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The Twelve Scariest Bands

7 years ago by Darryl Smyers
Seeing that Alice Cooper and Marilyn Manson hit the Verizon Theater in Grand Prairie this evening, we thought it would be a good time to compile a list of the scariest acts in music. Scary can be a relative term. One person's demented can be another's delightful, but each of...
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New Cosmic Country Band Atlantis Aquarius Draws Inspiration From a 17th-Century Utopian Novel

3 years ago by Audrey Rodriguez
What is the Age of Aquarius, exactly? Since popularized by the band The 5th Dimension and the play Hair, the moniker is now associated with the ideals of 1960s hippie drug culture. And North Texas cosmic country band Atlantis Aquarius wants to live in it, forever. “I want this project to...
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Low

12 years ago by Falling James
The Duluth, Minnesota, trio Low could just as easily be called Slow, with their glacially unwinding, minimal soundscapes. Their latest CD, Drums and Guns, has some lovely moments of downbeat grandeur, such as the hymnlike "Breaker," which unfolds with searing keyboards and backward guitars under Alan Sparhawk's gruff, Peter Gabriel–like...

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