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If you happen to live in the Mid-or-Southwest, it’s possible that you may be familiar with Caterpillars, a Dallas-based band founded by vocalist/guitarist Chris Robinson in 2008 that channels the heydays of both 90s and early 2000s emo. You also may recognize a familiar name in the band lineup, drummer Stephen O’Sicky, a former Arizona resident and a member of the defunct Phoenix band, The Constellation Branch…Read More →

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by Carly Schorman Senior Editor – Old Nobodaddy “Bury the Hatchet” I like my folk music tall, brooding, and murderous which, thankfully, is waaay different from how I like my men. Well, all except the tall part, I guess.  Old Nobodaddy sounds like his roots run deep, down into the sludgyRead More →

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Jared & The Mill “Keep Me Going”  These hometown boys are back with a new EP, Orme Dugas, and they released this single a while back in prelude to the full release. “Keep Me Going” presents the Western folk rock that first put Jared & The Mill on the national radarRead More →

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Grandpa Grew Trees “Your Song” This single from Grandpa Grew Trees starts of like a gentle breeze that whispers of a brewing storm. “Your Song” gains force, and angst, as the music progresses. Elijah Poston, songwriter for Grandpa Grew Trees, demonstrates real emotive energy on “Your Song”, something I look forward toRead More →

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Lost Kings “Phone Down” Lost Kings hit upon a touchy spot in my relationship with their new single, “Phone Down”. Now I don’t mean to be a cell phone addict, but if I’m being totally honest, I am. And with the release of “Phone Down” my boyfriend now has a newRead More →

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Who are you and what do you do? My name is Jessica Palomo, I am an artist from Dallas, Texas, and I focus on Drawing and Sculpture. How did you get your start? In kindergarten I drew a turkey for Thanksgiving that had a kick ass outfit and arrows piercingRead More →

Field Tripp Woeful Common Terry I haven’t even had time to grow tired of Field Tripp’s last album, Les is Mormon, when already I have a new EP available for my listening pleasure. Thanks, Field Tripp, for considering my needs as a fan. Two releases in one year? And it’sRead More →