You can catch Will Stewart perform Tuesday August 28 at Main at South Side in Fort Worth, TX By: Neal McAlister Whether you’re searchin’ for somethin’ ethereal you’ve lost, or are scouring every darn magazine you can get your hands on to find your new old-time feelin’ country rock record, Will Stewart will sure put […]Read More Will Stewart’s County Seat Sparks Old-Time Country Rock Feelin’
Nathan Clark of Denton TX’s Empty Angels Nathan Clark’s experimental rock group Empty Angels released a new track and video titled “Triptych”. Under the production of Clark’s synth/glam rock style with Ian Clark on the keys the unique videography, produced by the Empty Angels front man and Tahnee Fennell shines in the disco ball limelight. […]Read More Nathan Clark’s Empty Angels “Triptych” debuts, limelight’s with video
Meach Pango and the Ghost’s 11-Year Anniversary @ Spinster Records | Photo Credit: Jessica Wafles By: Jessica Waffles The Ghost of Blind Lemon celebrated eleven years of supporting local music at Spinster Records in Oak Cliff on Saturday, August 4. The showcase featured Megan Storie, Jacob Furr, Mean Motor Scooter and Meach Pango. Megan Storie […]Read More Local Favorites Help Ghost of Blind Lemon Celebrate Eleven Years!
By Juan R Govea A few years back Jay Guereca along with several DFW DJs spread their musical talents as business entrepreneurs spinning house beats at local venues. Club kids raved the scene. Formerly known as owner of local retail operations R-Type Records in Fort Worth, and Deep Ellum’s Remix Records, Guereca has announced the […]Read More Fort Worth’s House and Tech-House Wolf Scream Records Launches
DARYEL SELLERS’s new immersive release “The Lost Years” strikes a simplistic, sparse tone. The songs bear the skinniest layer of flesh—naked guitar with minimalist bass and drums. An almost-inaudible whisper of a tambourine may have caught my ear, but perhaps it was an auditory hallucination. The musical choices serve the songs well. The lyrics have […]Read More “The Lost Years” Signifies Promise From a Local Troubadour
The five songs on The Chopping Block exhibit excellent continuity. This 80s-influenced post punk EP by Rosegarden Funeral Party is highly listenable. I love Leah Lane’s unique vocals! She digs deep when she sings. She has lots of power, but she’s also capable of pulling back and creating delicately intimate moments. This EP tends to rock […]Read More Rosegarden Funeral Party’s EP Breaks Solid Ground
Maybe you’ve heard of ANSLEY “THE DESTROYER” DOUGHERTY? The ubiquitous Ansley tirelessly embraces every musical opportunity available to her. She works with all of Fort Worth’s heavy hitters, from music maven Big Mike Richardson, to her locally loved club act Panic Volcanic. She’s had her own radio show on 97.5 The Pirate. She’s been an […]Read More Ansley’s Solo Full-Length Rituals Destroys | In Review |
Upsetting at Andy’s Denton | Caleb Lewis (guitar/vocals), Kevin Adkins (Bass/vocals) and Charlie DeBolt (Drums/vocals) Photo Credit: Jessica Waffles By Jessica Waffles DENTON, TX – Andy’s Bar on Denton’s historic square was packed for a double-feature free show Friday, July 27. The downstairs party seemed pretty cool, but I was there for the upstairs Upsetting party featuring […]Read More Upsetting’s Release Party for Everything I’ve Done So Far Dumbfounds Dentonites