Here at But I Just Like Music, we’re big fans of doing things for the moment and living spontaneously. Sometimes, that means doing things we’re not particularly proud of after the fact. But you know, that’s life. Totally punk rock – whatever that means. And today, we’ve got an opportunity for you to win some [...]
Got here for the tail end of Woods’ set. There’s a dude playing this bizarre instrument with a mouthpiece connected to a hose, and there’s incense burning, and it kind of reminds me of my high school bedroom. The jam bandiness of Woods’ (and not in a bad way) is only serving to perpetuate that [...]
Payday is rapidly approaching (if it hasn’t already) so you’ve got some disposable income to spend. Here are our top choices for a weekend chock full of shows. Concrete Blonde at Granada Theater Support: Menkena Doors: 7:00pm Tickets: $35 Why Concrete Blonde deserves your cash: Because a dose of nostalgia is never a bad thing. [...]
“Why?” It’s a simple question we all ask for endless reasons, from the mundane to the complex, from the concrete to the abstract. Accordingly, it seems that this vast question is the perfect banner under which Yoni Wolf and the rest of the Cincinnati-based band WHY? release their genre-defying brand of music, almost as if [...]
Amidst the insanity that was Dallas during Super Bowl weekend, we found a haven. That haven was the Sons of Hermann Hall, and our gracious hosts were Abe Vigoda (the band, not the actor, and, no, he’s not dead.) No celebrities, no lines, no “lists,” just two great indie bands rocking out in, well… a [...]
The Sons of Hermann Hall, located in Deep Ellum, is barely a music venue. Yes, they have a stage. Yes, they have live music. But they so rarely book shows that it’s hardly on our radar. Which is a shame, because the building is fantastic, and the venue has quite a bit of character. Occasionally, The Sons of Hermann Hall will book a true indie gem – like The Apples in Stereo on 2008 and Local Natives in 2010.