Biggie and Tupac: The True Story

November 25, 2015

By Peter Gerstenzang As most people know, there are some truly haunting mysteries in the world of rock music. Things like, how bad was Bob Dylan’s motorcycle accident anyway? Why did Mick Taylor really leave […]

Muse is Coming I Repeat Muse is Coming

November 18, 2015

By Constance Wall If you are not familiar with the greatness of Muse then you should be. The band from England formed in 1994 and are known for their energetic live performances. You’ll have an […]

Album Review: Grimes Awaited Art Angels Fulfilled Expectations

November 9, 2015

By Stephen Elliott It’s been five years since Grimes, Claire Boucher, self-recorded and produced her first album Gedi Primes. Three albums later, Boucher put together another electronic-pop sensation. Over the weekend, Grimes released the highly anticipated Art Angels for digital download […]

Savor The Sound – The Knocks

October 23, 2015

By: Paul Esquivel In what feels like McDonald’s and Pandora’s answer to RedBull’s Sound Select, Savor The Sound is a pretty damn good answer. It was a fun and exciting night with awesome music and […]

The Journals of Justin Bieber Part II

October 1, 2015

By Peter Gerstenzang As you might remember, a year ago we were lucky enough to publish an excerpt from the journals of pop singer Justin Bieber. People expecting it to read like C.S. Lewis were […]

Oaktopia 2015

September 29, 2015

By: Paul Esquivel This past weekend marked the third year for Oaktopia Fest in Downtown Denton and the music/arts festival keeps getting bigger and better. Oaktopia has been making quite a name for itself since […]

Meet Your New Musical Obsession, Tru Def

September 22, 2015

By Kendra Kinion Fresh-faced rapper Desmond aka Tru Def is devastatingly dapper, cheerfully optimistic and an inspired visionary wanting to share his creativity with the world. What started as a dream for the Dallas native […]

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