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Caribou Brings His Dance Floor Philosophy to Dallas

Kicking off the night’s performances was Colombian-born electronic producer Ela Minus. She got the crowd amped up with a great selection of high-energy tracks...

Sweet and Powerful Angels

Vagabon and her band opened the show in a serious and determined manner. Her slightly course, deep voice was reminiscent of the Cranberries, and...

Anamanaguchi Executed The Perfect Tour Kick-off In Dallas

Ah, Anamanaguchi. The most uwu thing on the planet. Even the name sounds like a very uneducated western attempt at speaking Japanese. But alas,...

Sunn O)))’s Dallas Debut

“You gotta see em live to really get it” is a phrase I hear all too often in reference to Sunn O))) (pronounced “sun”)....

The Irresistible Energy of Toro y Moi

Toro y Moi is one of those artists you listened to in high school but never quite made it out to see. Sure, you...

A Long, Catalytic Night of Rock

The room is full of smoke, murals adorn the walls, a packed room of rockers wait at Granada Theatre for the first ear shattering chords...

A Wondrous Performance by Yo La Tengo

As rain poured in throughout the evening, fans across Dallas poured in to Granada Theater for an evening with Yo La Tengo, filling up...

Christmas comes early to Dallas with Sleigh Bells ringing

For all the fuzzed-out, overdriven chaos of their discography, Sleigh Bells operate like clockwork when it comes to touring. Bringing their annual blast of...

Black Angels and APTBS – A Feast For the Senses

The energetic Brooklyn trio A Place to Bury Strangers (APTBS) kicked off the night with an onslaught to the senses. With grueling epileptic floodlights...

American Football Totally Didn’t Make Anyone Cry (I Promise)

On a pleasant Saturday evening in Lower Greenville, emo fans of all ages trekked to the Granada Theater to experience the legendary Illinoisan band...