Posts Tagged ‘2013’

The End of Year Top Three. Iggy and The Stooges | House Harkonnen | Black Rebel Motorcycle Club “Our staff picks their top three records of 2013 and shares them with you.” -By Brandon Callies – Though 2013 has held many ups and downs on a personal level, the music that has been released has been excellent! From new eme…

– By Brandon Callies – “PUSH PLAY” Phil Anselmo and his backing band, The Illegals, come out swinging with his most raw and brutal album to date! Walking Through Exits Only is a great blend of the vocalist’s musical stylings throughout the years. There are elements of Pantera, Down, and Super Joint Ritual all rolled in…

American Airlines Center (Dallas, TX) – Words by David Huff/ Photos by James Villa – I will thoroughly admit that the only musical highlight I ever appreciated involving Justin Timberlake didn’t involve his contributions to N*Sync, or his on again off again solo career the past ten years. Nope, the moment I will always…

House of Blues (Dallas, TX) – Words by Austin Reed / Photos by James Villa – It’s Thanksgiving Thursday. Thus far, I’ve eaten twice and napped once. I’m sure this is becoming viciously cyclical, but it’s Thanksgiving, so I don’t care. I mention them because those details are the cornerstone upon which I have built this…

South Side Ballroom (Dallas, TX) – Words by Michal Elizabeth Smith / Photos by James Villa – Whenever I mention the name “Chvrches” people don’t typically have any clue as to what I am referencing and often assume I am talking about an establishment. I prefer to be secretive when it comes to favorite musicians of mine…

House of Blues (Dallas, TX) – Words by Austin Reed / Photos by James Villa –   After watching guitar legend Steve Vai perform Friday night at House of Blues, I am compelled to take this review in several different directions. For example, He is gaunt. Steve Vai looks to weigh below 100 pounds, and he just so happens to…

House of Blues – Cambridge Room (Dallas, TX) – Photos by Ronnie Jackson –

Chesapeake Arena (Oklahoma City, OK) – Words by Chase Dunn / Photos by James Villa – Talk about getting overly excited. After a decade of waiting for Pearl Jam to finally make an appearance in Oklahoma City, fans were so eager to see the performance, the Chesapeake Arena opened up previously shut down seating areas to…