Hoaries’ Rerelease of Crudforms 1-3 Gives Their First Three EPs a Sense of Order and Completion

Hoaries | Photo by Peter Salisbury Bandcamp: https://hoaries.bandcamp.com/ By David Fletcher Dallas noise-rock band Hoaries have re-released their first three EPs, Crudforms 1-3, on Reptilian Records. The ten-track CD is a remixed and remastered collection of the sold-out seven-inches originally released on Dreamy Life Records between 2017 and 2018. Along with the remastering, Hoaries have firmed […]

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Phorids’ Self-Titled EP is Hardcore Punk Without Frills, Gimmicks or Bull

Phorids at Panther City Vinyl Fort Worth TX Photo Credit Jose L. Serrato Jr. with Digital Ink. https://phorids.bandcamp.com/?fbclid=IwAR32IvsEFLV8o6Wb-QdZN-ei2qG18v6DB3jlhMWcL4s_3CdUgaRLkckK2SU By David Fletcher Phorids is a DIY Hardcore Punk band from Fort Worth. No frills. No gimmicks. No bullshit. From their black-and-white aesthetic to their military stenciled logo to their straightforward songs about confronting society’s backstabbers, phonies and […]

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Vincent Neil Emerson’s Fried Chicken & Evil Women Doesn’t Follow Country Tropes, It Reinvents Them

By David Fletcher It’s been a busy time for Fort Worth-based country artist Vincent Neil Emerson. With his debut album Fried Chicken & Evil Women, the first album to be released on the California-based label La Honda Records, set to be released on September 13th, Emerson is wrapping up a West Coast tour before coming back […]

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-Waffles Weekly – September

ALL PHOTOS AND BLURBS BY WAFFLES WEEKLY ON THE DFW/DALLAS BEAT! FOR MORE CHECKOUT WAFFLES WEEKLY ON FACEBOOK AT @EATMOREWAFFLEZ Crooked Bones Led by former Whiskey Folk Rambler front man Tyler Curtis Rougeux, this trio is like surf-punk meets folk in a fun lets-drink-some-damn-beer-to-this kind of way. Rougeux’s signature deep vocals can be found throughout […]

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Nervous Curtains’ “I Tried To Fight It But I Was Inside It”

  Bandcamp link: https://nervouscurtains.bandcamp.com/ By Juan R Govea Dallas’ Nervous Curtains’ latest release, I Tried To Fight It But I Was Inside It, engages ideas of crumbling capitalistic infrastructures by vocalist/front man Sean Kirkpatrick’s Ballads of revolt in the group’s fourth album since their 2010 debut Out of Sync With Time With titled tracks such […]

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Waffles Weekly August Edition

ALL PHOTOS AND BLURBS BY WAFFLES WEEKLY ON THE DFW/DALLAS BEAT! for more checkout Waffles Weekly on Facebook at @eatmorewafflez Kyoto Lo-Fi I heard about this band for at least a year before I finally had a chance to experience their powerful presence at Double Wide last June in support of Ruff Wizard’s EP Release […]

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