Posts Tagged ‘midlake’

Oak Point Park (Plano, TX) – Words by James Villa – Photos by James Villa and Ronnie Jackson – In its infancy, Suburbia Music Festival seemed destined to be another fly by night festival. The crowds just weren’t enough to get excited about it, especially on day one. Well, at least early in the day. The weather was push…

Suburbia Music Fest, The City Of Plano, TX On May 3 & 4, 2014 North Texas is set to become home to an all-new spring festival when Live Nation and the city of Plano, TX launch the first-ever Suburbia Music Festival on May 3 & 4, 2014. Taking place at the Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve just 30 minutes north of Dallas,…

MUSIC WE CURRENTLY ENJOY “Listen to This! Thank us Later.” NOVEMBER 2013: Music “On Tour Monthly Recommends” “Gasoline Rainbow” by UN CHIEN “Antiphon” by MIDLAKE “Mind Your Manners” by PEARL JAM “Something to Remember” by BLACK BOOKS “At the Beach” by THE AVETT BROTHERS “If I Loved You (ft. Lindsey Buckingham)” by DELT…

– Interview by James Villa – On Tour Monthly caught up with singer Eric Pulido of Midlake to discuss opening for Pearl Jam, their hometown of Denton, and the band’s new album without former frontman, Tim Smith. Related Article: Album Review: “Antiphon” by Midlake – http://www.ontourmonthly.com/album-reviews-antiphon-by…

– By Dustin Blocker – “PUSH PLAY” The road has been fraught with turns for Denton, Texas’ most famous export, Midlake, and on their newest album, Antiphon, the band treks past their previous efforts, driving deeper into the darkened woods. For most bands, the loss of the primary singer-songwriter would signal an indefi…