When the first track release entitled “Cirrus” mimics atmospheric clouds characterized by thin wispy strands, one can expect these likings to come from sultry trip-hop UK artist Mr. Simon Green (aka Bonobo) whose ethereal imagery of urban life are so beautifully captured.
The Veils have announced their return with their highly-anticipated fourth album,Time Stays, We Go.
Young Dreams' debut album Between Places is out today in the United States.
Imagine yourself in a basement, the room drenched in amber lighting and herb in the air.
Going to SXSW this weekend? Our friends at EP Presents have an ongoing series of pop-up galleries to coincide with the festival. They're working with two up-and-coming artists to showcase works they are producing.
Longtime restaurateur John McBride has teamed up with culinary consultant Sharon Hage and designer Hatsumi Kuzuu to open a new concept in the heart of East Dallas.
MS MR reveal their first official music video for their new track "Fantasy."
Since releasing their debut LP two years ago, French duo Bot'Ox has embarked on a new project consisting of six EPs to be released over the course of one year.
The Presets' "Promises" gets an appropriately ethereal and emotive filmic accompaniment from Joel Kefali and Campbell Hooper of New Zealand director duo Special Problems (Flying Lotus, Tame Impala, The Naked and Famous).
Mica Levi stood on a stage last Thursday night a long way from her hometown of Surrey, England.
DEEP ELLUM -- Sure, the doors at The Prophet Bar opened about an hour later than expected. And sure, that was an additional hour after the pushback announced earlier that day.
By popular demand, we're releasing our Endless Summer Fashion Show Playlist
ALT-J -- Straddling the September 18 U.S. release of debut album, An Awesome Wave, Leeds-based four piece, alt-J has announced a U.S. tour this fall.
Last Friday night, we had the pleasure of kicking off the summer festival season at KXT's Summer Cut: Happy Funtime Fest at Gexa Energy Pavilion in Fair Park.
Indie rock innovator Mayer Hawthorne delivered a charismatic performance as part of the "How Do You Do" international tour in Dallas on Friday, April 27th.
DEEP ELLUM - Immediately on the heels of a SXSW-conquering performance in Austin, Black Belles made their way up Interstate 35, ending up at Deep Ellum's La Grange on Tuesday, March 20.
We caught up with Canadian indie-pop band, Imaginary Cities, on their second trip to SXSW performing at the Sea Brewery, their first trip a year prior allowed them to get signed to their current label.
Year after year, SXSW seems to get bigger and bigger, with more bands playing on more nights in front of more fans.
ELECTRIC GUEST- While Dallas may not be close to mountains, beaches, or either of the coasts, our fair city hasn't totally struck out with the gods of proximity.
Daniel Hart is a pretty big deal. In fact, he might just be the biggest deal you haven't heard of yet.
We went to Phantogram and we need a cigarette.
South By Southwest 2012 - Announced Bands released
The anticipation is over. We've answered your requests and posted our playlist from our fashion show:
Beyond a shadow of a doubt, YesGo Productions' Concert Series at El Sibil made the top 10 events of the summer.
ZILKER PARK-Despite the rumblings of disappointment about this year's lineup, 2011's ACL Festival proved to be one of the best for me.
DOWNTOWN - Located in the burgeoning Dallas Arts District, The Winspear Opera House is a must-see location for music and architecture lovers alike.
We had the fortune of catching up with Joan Wasser [a.k.a Joan As Policewoman] over some Mexican food at Pepe & Mito's.
We chill with Dallas Green [City and Colour] at SXSW to discuss his music and food preferences.