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A Night of Fun and Good Energy? Sure Sure

Sawyer entered the stage lookin like a few preppy teens plucked from a private school, but they showed that they were the fun, charming...

Sunset Rollercoaster – Cassa Nova

After 7 years, Taiwanese psych-soul group Sunset Rollercoaster have finally come forth with their second full length album, Cassa Nova. Playing off of the...

Palm Magnifies Their Best Qualities

I had never been to Double Wide before, but if I could describe what I think would be the ideal concert setup, Double Wide...

Brasuka Strives to Preserve Uniqueness of Brazilian Jazz

Brasuka, a Dallas-based six-piece Brazilian jazz band, performed at the Dallas Jazz Piano Society’s monthly concert on March 8th. The band’s deep, vibrant sound...

Fishdoll – Noonsense

Fishdoll, a producer, singer, songwriter from Beijing, China breaks through with her debut album Noonsense, released on the Brooklyn based record label Paxico Records....

Capyac – Who Is Donny Flamingo?

Who Is Donny Flamingo? is an EP release which continues elements from prior works such as their 2016 debut or last year's Fis, but...

Xavier Omar – Pink Lightning

Pink background. Cartoonish clouds with lightning. Xavier Omar looking down in the dumps, cross-legged with his eyes to the ground. Did I mention pink?...

Jazz And R&B Legends Gathered For a Historic Performance

All of the excitement I had for this show was officially justified when I saw The Roots perform a night of symphonic hip-hop along...

King Krule – The OOZ

It’s been four years since the release of King Krule’s debut album, 6 Feet Beneath the Moon, and almost two since his follow up, A New Place 2 Drown. The latter was released...

Tennyson – Uh Oh! EP

Tennyson supplies chirps, whistles of MIDI and samples in abundance; a quirky, colorful world of care-free, dreamy tendencies and idyllic impressions - just a...