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27
Mar / 18
by Erin Devany
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          Missed the set? Give Jeff’s tunes a listen here. Until next time – goodnight, Dallas. 

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19
Mar / 18
by Garrett Smith
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Words by Erin Devany // Photos by Garrett Smith Normally, the city of Dallas remains relatively quiet on a Monday night. This week, however, there was an exception made for psych-rock group Dead Meadow, followed by two incredible and unique DFW acts – Sunbuzzed and New Fumes. With a mesmerizing

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10
Mar / 18
by Garrett Smith
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Photos and Video // Erin Devany Looks like it’s that time again, beautiful people – another entry in our DAMN FINE music video series. We wouldn’t give you anything less than the finest, and Erin Devany’s latest offering to the Internet gods will not disappoint. Sit back, relax, and peep

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08
Mar / 18
by Garrett Smith
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Written and Photographed by Garrett Smith // Album Artwork by Spike Martinez (Front Cover), Garrett Smith (Inside Artwork) and Max Feroze (Back Cover) Although released digitally last week, Denton’s homegrown heroes Fun Button are releasing their latest EP “DERP” in all its polycarbonate, compact disk glory this upcoming weekend –

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28
Feb / 18
by Garrett Smith
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Written by Garrett Smith // Photography by Erin Devany and Garrett Smith Bubbles, bubbles, bicycles and trouble – this is where the night begins. It’s a interesting emerging trend, these “anti” or alternate music venues. Specifically, though, is a sub-trend within that genre: namely, bicycle shops opening doors after-hours to

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23
Feb / 18
by Ellie Alonzo
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Photography // Ellie Alonzo Last week, DFW’s local psychedelic power pop quartet Pearl Earl graced the stage, opening for alt hip-hop rockers WHY? as they took to Dallas favorite Trees. Our resident photography queen Ellie Alonzo trekked out to the show so that you, dear readers, may feast your eyes

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05
Feb / 18
by Kristina Prater
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Words // Kristina Prater – Photos // Ellie Alonzo It didn’t come as a surprise when news struck of a sold out show for John Maus. With the latest release of his album “Screen Memories”, Dallas was fortunate enough to be one of the many stops included in his North

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20
Jan / 18
by Garrett Smith
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Feast your eyes upon our firsthand experience of Dan Bejar and Destroyer this past week at Three Links in Dallas, opened up by Mega Bog. Mega Bog Destroyer Stay tuned for the latest from your local creative lens

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