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Interview: The Sounds

We got to talk to Félix Rodríguez from Sweeden’s The Sounds.  The Sounds are a Swedish Indie Rock band.   Formed in Helsingborg in 1999, the group’s musical style has been compared to New Wave acts such as Blondie, The Cars, the Epoxies , and Missing Persons.  Contributing photojournalist Michelle Pelissero was able to chat with Felix, and […]

Interview: Warbeast

Interview by Special Guest Correspondant Megan Radke Recently local Dallas metal band Warbeast got the opportunity to open for both Gwar and Every Time I Die.  I had a chance to chat with their frontman, Bruce Corbitt, prior to their show at the House of Blues in Dallas. We talked everything from touring, to GWAR, […]

Interview: The Lonely Forest

Washington based The Lonely Forest recently got a chance to tour with Seattle’s Minus The Bear. They have also toured with Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, Margot & The Nuclear So and So’s, and of course there’s that infamous connection with Death Cab For Cutie. The 4 piece are from Anacortes, not Aberdeen, but […]

Music Emissions Exclusive: Blake Anderson Interview

Our FFF coverage continues. Thanks to Twitter, we knew that television star Blake Anderson would be attending the fest in Austin. We originally thought he would only be present Sunday to see Slayer until we spotted him walking around Friday. Comedy Central‘s hit show Workalcoholics‘ has been a trendsetter, and we are big fans. I […]

Fun Fun Fun Fest 2011 Day 3

FFF is officially wrapped up. What an unbelievably incredible weekend! You can read about yesterday here. The fest, in it’s sixth year, may have reached perfection. It’s got the right size crowds, one of the most diverse line ups, and hasn’t yet sold out to the corporate man yet. As we made the 3 hour […]

Tour Review: The Naked And Famous, The Chain Gang of 1974, White Arrows

Photos by Caleb Dickerson As a music critic, I take pride in being ahead of the curve when it comes to early adoption. I will let you in on a little secret that I have that most bloggers won’t admit. Sometimes the way that I learn of new bands worth checking out is by keeping […]

Interview: Battles

“When you see a band you really like, the reason you really like them is because you wish you’d had that idea. And when I saw Battles I thought, “Damn! Why didn’t I think of that?” –Battles fan Brian Eno Battles is comprised of drummer John Stanier of Helmet and Tomahawk, guitarist/keyboardist Ian Williams of […]

Interview: White Arrows

White Arrows are a 5 piece self-described psycho tropic band from Los Angeles.   Ok, that’s kinda a joke, but I’m not kidding about how rad this new band is!  You may not have heard of them yet, despite their already having played Sasquatch music festival. They have also toured this year with Cults, White Denim, […]

Dirty Heads Kick Off Tour In Dallas

No one is objective. So I won’t even try to pretend that I wasn’t biased going into this show to see one of my favorite bands. I’m pretty sure that I have seen Dirty Heads every time they have played in Dallas so far. This was #4 in the past year, if anyone is keeping […]

Interview: Unknown Mortal Orchestra

***PARENTAL ADVISORY*** The only musical decade better than the 1960’s or 1970’s is without doubt the 1990’s. I can’t tell you how many people I have talked to, or how many times I have heard: “I wish I had been alive then”, or “the best music was from back then”. What is so amazing about […]

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