“Somebody’s Soul Feels Wonderful” : Robert Randolph and the Family Band meets Raquel Rodriguez

View post on Review and Photography by Megan T. Let me paint you three pictures. The opening scene is a smitten couple, mattress on the floor of their new … Continue Reading →

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Denton’s Oaktopia Fest 2015

Oaktopia fest, being a fairly new festival, is already being noted as one of the best music festivals in Texas north of Dallas.  The festival has a reputation, even for … Continue Reading →


Father John Misty and Luluc sell out Dallas

Between Steve Hassett’s impressive harmonies and Zoe Randell’s melodic tones, the opening act Luluc put on a seemingly calming and effortless. Between the graceful singing from Randell and the guitar … Continue Reading →


United Nations release The Next Four Years

Geoff Rickly, the enigmatic ex-frontman for the now defunct post-hardcore act Thursday, is a man of conviction, a man that fully believes in what he does. Whether releasing his solo … Continue Reading →

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The Orwells “Disgraceland”

The Orwells have had an exciting two years, since the release of their debut album “Remember When”, consisting of a tour with FIDLAR, some shows with Arctic Monkeys, and playing … Continue Reading →

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The 2014 California Roots Fest in Review

Name: California Roots Festival Location: Monterey Fairgrounds Dates: May 23rd-25th 2014 Size: 35,000 Lineup: A collection of upcoming artist to legendary reggae rock bands. Stages/Sound: Cali Roots opened up the … Continue Reading →

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The Black Keys ‘Turn Blue’

The Black Keys have triumphed in music ever since their sixth studio album ‘Brothers’ was released, scoring them many radio friendly songs. The Black Keys have been noted as one … Continue Reading →