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May / 18
by Garrett Smith
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Words // Garrett Smith – Photos // Ellie Alonzo & Garrett Smith Alright y’all – it’s finally that time to bid farewell to Shaky Knees once and for all – for this year, at least. Before we go, though, we have one last, grand finale of a day to recap

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May / 18
by Garrett Smith
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Words // Garrett Smith – Photos // Ellie Alonzo & Garrett Smith We hope you’re rested and ready for a great weekend ahead – both the weekends in your own lives, and the one we’re about to relive at Shaky Knees 2018. Yesterday was amazing, but let’s move past it,

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10
May / 18
by Garrett Smith
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Words// Garrett Smith – Photos// Ellie Alonzo & Garrett Smith   The sun rises on another day in the steamy Big Peach – the perfect sort of day for one of the first festivals of summer. This is the sixth year of Atlanta’s very own Shaky Knees festival, and Austere

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09
May / 18
by Drew Herring
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Words+Photos // Drew Herring   Last week, LA’s own resident weirdo Ariel Pink came through Dallas’s own Canton Hall on a tour supporting their new album, Dedicated to Bobby Johnson. With them came New York dream-pop rockers DIIV. The two acts came together with chill, eclectic styles that made for a

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08
May / 18
by Alcynna Lloyd
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Words // Alcynna Lloyd Insane weather put Levitation Fest on a hiatus in 2016, but this year, it returned with a vengeance. Levitation blessed Austin with an abundance of psychedelia, doom metal, stoner sludge, shoe-gaze, and dream pop. When we say this festival had a taste of everything – we

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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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Feb / 18
by Austere Core
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Written by Erin Devany // Photography by Ellie Alonzo Just over a week ago, a few of our DFW favorites opened up for the genre-bending group WHY? at Trees. The combination of hip hop and spoken lyricism, with a deep and commanding voice, has help set aside WHY?’s content, and

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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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Feb / 18
by Garrett Smith
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Words and Photos // Garrett Smith Wild Child recently graced Dallas venue Trees with a beautiful live performance, filled with energy and abandon; raw emotional expression, giddy glee, and a pure sense of happiness. It’s obvious that these Austin-based rockers have really built a connection with their fanbase, with the

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Feb / 18
by Garrett Smith
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From the opening moments of this EP, there’s a charming sense of transparency going on here – the album’s opening track, “Charlie Farmer”, opens with some meandering, late-night studio conversation that, through its ethereal chorus of disembodied voices, introduces us with a certain intimacy – reserved normally between family members,

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