Posts Tagged ‘Dance’

Single Available On Kannibalen Records Apashe’s “No Twerk” single went viral in 2014, landing itself on a seemingly infinite amount of fan-made dance videos that rocked the internet. Now, the bass master is back with a 100BPM VIP of the track that will have booties trembling even more than the original did. Get your ea…

– Words by Karl Heinz // Art by Dustin Blocker – Our independent label partners, Hand Drawn Records will be hosting their first-ever showcase during Austin’s SXSW this year at one of the city’s premiere jazz lounges, Brass House. The showcase, however, will be not be bringing jazz to the rooms, rather focusing on the l…

Trees (Dallas, TX) -Words by Jordan Buford // Photos by Ronnie Jackson – It’s all in a name. That’s what they say, anyway; and that was probably what Joshua Epstein and Daniel Zott were thinking when they formed Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. It’s not only an easy name to remember, but also one that gets you attention as soon…

Trees (Dallas, TX) – Words by Jordan Buford / Photos by James Villa – The Los Angeles based family band Haim, which is comprised of sisters Este, Danielle and Alana Haim, as been around for a while. About seven years to be exact, though the sisters focused on other things during that time, from college to other musical…

Granada Theater (Dallas, TX) – Words by Austin Reed / Photos by Crystal Prather – So, something really weird happened at the Mayer Hawthorne show last night. Now, that’s not to say that weird things never happen at other live shows, and it’s certainly not to say that the weird things that do happen don’t always affect…

MUSIC WE CURRENTLY ENJOY “Listen to This! Thank us Later.” AUGUST 2013: Music “On Tour Monthly Recommends” “Hold Yourself Up” by THE POLYPHONIC SPREE “If You Didn’t See Me (Then You Weren’t On The Dancefloor)” by DALE EARNHARDT JR. JR. “Sauna” by THE GLAM “Low Wishes” by AIR REVIEW “Ever Loved Once” by BLITZEN TRAPPER…

– By Austin Reed – RATING: “PUSH PLAY” Critics and loyalists alike have been quick to deliver very polarizing reviews on French-based electro-funk forefathers Daft Punk’s latest LP, Random Access Memories. And it seems like a 50/50 split, either receiving venerated praise for igniting the revival of live-action dance m…