Album Review: Froot By Marina And The Diamonds

April 7, 2015

By Reginald Allen After three long years, Welsh-born singer Marina Diamandis, better known by her collective stage name “Marina and the Diamonds,” is back. And she is giving fans a good helping of music via […]

The Roomsounds

March 9, 2015

This North Texas band delivers exactly what it sounds like By Sarah Badran I caught up with local Dallas indie band The Roomsounds at one of its favorite watering holes where the group first got […]

Move Over John Cash Meet Steve Moon

February 26, 2015

FT. WORTH, TX – Steve Moon’s life changing conversion fills his new album Hold On To Your Faith with a passionate authenticity. Penned while in prison, each song resonates with the richness of God’s Grace […]

Terrence Spectacle: Way of the Wunderkind

February 11, 2015

By Sarah Badran At first glance, there is something undeniably fascinating about Terrence Spectacle. Fortified with a glorious, textured Afro that bounces alongside to the beat of his personality and a birthmark inside of his […]

The House That Hellyeah Built

January 22, 2015

By Alan Sculley Since coming together in 2006, Hellyeah has been known as a good-time party band. The group originally brought together members of several respected and established metal bands – Mudvayne (vocalist Chad Gray […]

Sunshine on Sudie

January 21, 2015

Deep down we know introducing you to Sudie will make the world make a little more sense. By Sarah Badran Meet Sudie. Her interesting name translates to “legend” in the urban dictionary and although she […]

Listen to the Muzak

January 11, 2015

By Peter Gerstenzang For many of us, food shopping has all the excitement, tension and drama of playing one of our most famous games. Unfortunately, that game is Yahtzee. Meaning, when you shop, nothing much […]

Jonas Martin: Are You Listening to this Man

December 10, 2014

By Erika Hayes Jonas Martin does not take himself too seriously. While most people turn to earnest, yet predictable adjectives to describe themselves, Martin’s “sarcastic, bigheaded and goofy” self-interpretation of his own personality produces an […]

YouTube: The Unhappiest Place on Earth

September 26, 2014

By Peter Gerstenzang Not long ago, my only worries about visiting YouTube centered around musicians. Legendary moralist that I am, knowing the artists weren’t making money from people watching their videos upset me terribly. So […]

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