Posts Tagged ‘hand drawn records’

– By Karl Heinz – Newest signee to our partners at Hand Drawn Records, Denton’s Andrew Tinker is compelling, earnest, and undoubtedly unique. As you can see from this cut at last year’s historic Kessler Theater performance, the man quite simply puts on a show you don’t want to miss. Andrew Tinker at KXT’s Triple Play.…

– By Michal Elizabeth Smith – Music devotees, if the opportunity ever arises to witness a record come to life, eagerly accept the offer. The adventure in which musicians embark upon is an adventure worth being a part of; presumably Samwise Gamgee would agree. Known for their individuality and atypical approach to music…

The Kessler Theater (Dallas, TX) – Words by Jordan Buford (The Music Enthusiast) / Photos by James Villa – “Life is Still Good“ There was a special night of music going on at the Kessler Theater in the Oak Cliff part of Dallas. It wasn’t just because the venue was playing host to some amazing local bands, but the only…

– By Michal Elizabeth Smith – RATING: “PUSH PLAY” Euphoria to the ears, the Brandon Callies Band release their latest EP, Life Is Still Good. Spellbinding riffs and indelible lyrics will captivate you from the beginning. Instrumental and lyrical dexterity thrive among their melodic creations. The band has genuinely enc…

Dallas’ Hand Drawn Records releasing new Brandon Callies Band EP, Life is Still Good, July 2013. The issue will be limited edition in nature – only 300 vinyl and 200 compact discs will be produced. Details: Friday, July 5th, The Kessler Theater. The Orange, Brandon Callies Band, Exit 380. Doors at 7pm. Tickets $12: htt…

MUSIC WE CURRENTLY ENJOY “Listen to This! Thank us Later.” Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Widowspeak, Swindle Boys, The Gills, The Tablets, Serosia and more!

– W.A. Fite by Brandon Callies – RATING: “PUSH PLAY” W.A. Fite’s recent release, Builds.with.Age is a very refreshing offering. The album drips with creativity and artistic freedom, which is something the music industry is in desperate need of these days. The clash of imagery is what really makes “Builds.with.Age” stan…