Posts Tagged ‘review’

Granada Theater (Dallas, TX) – Words by Austin Reed // Photos by Ronnie Jackson – I’ve never subscribed to the concept of Attention Deficit Disorder. I think it more-or-less exists as a means of spinning a short attention span into a biological shortfall. However, I’ll admit that I’m critical of it because I’m fortunat…

– By Brandon Callies – “PUSH PLAY” Mount Pressmore show off their musical and mathematical prowess with their new album “Enjoy.” The band is able to creatively write catchy songs without compromising their musical integrity. Every track is filled with rich melody and beautiful instrumentation. The single “Trampoline” i…

– By Brandon Callies – “PUSH PLAY” Motorhead is a band that is thankfully sticking to it’s story with the new album, Aftershock. The album is laced with signature punk, blues, and rock n roll songs that have made the band a fixture in rock music. Songs like, “Heartbreaker” and “Death Machine” are well balanced out by,…

– Words by Michal Elizabeth Smith / Photos by James Villa – On Tour caught up with psychedelic rock quintet, Un Chien back in May to have an exclusive listen to the recording of their up and coming album. Their highly anticipated single, “Gasoline Rainbow” is the magnum opus of the brilliant and imaginative band. Betwe…

Skyway Theater (Minneapolis, MN) – Words  and Photos by Joe Ringus – “Whatever happened to Franz Ferdinand?” Seriously, what happened to the four-piece outfit out of Glasgow, Scotland that took the United Kingdom by storm with their self-titled album released ten years ago? They made a triumphant debut in the U.S. and…

– By Michal Elizabeth Smith – “PUSH PLAY”Lorde’s debut album “Pure Heroine” is addictive and the only anecdote is to keep listening. The 16 year-old singer-songwriter (Ella Yelich-O’Connor) from New Zealand is the youngest artist to top Billboard charts in 26 years and the first female in 17 years to top alternative ch…

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…

– By Dustin Blocker – Youthful Fort Worth native and resident Nashville troubadour Cale Tyson takes a non-satirical approach to traditional country music, and the results are gorgeously infectious. Ripe with pedal steel, upright bass, and a subtle yodel – Tyson and his backing band tug the golden age of country roots o…