It’s the weekend after New Year’s Eve, and there’s really not a ton going on, unless you happen to live near Denton. In fact, we’re near shocked that most of our favorite booking agents and venues have zilch in play for the weekend. Epic New Years hangover, perhaps? Anyway – if you absolutely must get [...]
Mexico City-based Molotov has been a witty, controversial and powerful force in the Spanish-language music world (though their lyrics are partly in English) since they formed in 1995. Lyrically, they’re political — calling out the rich and poweful and championing the poor and immigrants — and, on occasion, raunchy, often delving into the topic of sex. And they’re [...]
Note: The following is a guest post from author Adrian Nieves. Since the indie chart-topping, blog rockin’ breakthrough success of Return from Cookie Mountain, TV on the Radio have been the reliably weird poster children for indie cannibalism, devouring genres as diverse as funk, pop, jazz, barbershop, punk and electronic to fashion the jagged, junkyard [...]
Here’s what I knew about Taking Back Sunday before their show Tuesday night at the House of Blues in Dallas. I knew they’re a pop punk band that rode the “post-hardcore” skirt tail of the early 2000s. I knew they were really popular with high schoolers in 2002 and 2003. And they sort of dropped [...]
There comes a time in every blog’s life when they are contacted by press people for bands they would never admit to liking publicly. Those press people have passes to shows that they want the bloggers to give away to their audience, who would also never admit to liking this band publicly. People, this is [...]
Lookin’ to rock out on Hump Day? Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights have you covered!
The House of Blues, part of the nationwide chain of concert venue meets casual dining restaurant, typically brings a wide range of large and mid-size acts to town. Located in Dallas’ upscale Victory Park neighborhood, The House of Blues is an ideal venue for a classy night out on the town.