Yellowcard’s fans hugged each other close and not just because it was unseasonably chilly for a Texas “autumn.” Tonight, everyone at Austin’s Historic Scoot Inn was inching closer to their friends and fan-family as they celebrated the bittersweet ending of an era.
The acclaimed book, Paper Towns, by author John Green (The Fault in Our Stars) is coming to the big screen Friday, July 24. But first, Green and stars of the film stopped by Dallas for an exclusive fan event and sneak peek at the movie.
Walk the Moon’s hit single is the definition of ubiquitous in Dallas — even going as far as getting radio play on a country station despite its very synth pop sound. So it was no surprise when the band’s upcoming tour date at House of Blues sold out so quickly that tour promoters hastily found a slightly larger venue, South Side Ballroom, to hold the throngs of eager fans decked out in their face paint and Coachella-esque headbands. The change to South Side Ballroom ended up being nice nostalgic throwback for the band, who held the opening slot at the same venue last fall when they came through town, and now they’re selling it out as headliners.
When the previous generation of electronic dance music artists were presiding over high-BPM mixes and X-ed out dance parties, the future members of Big Gigantic were soaking up … other stuff. If you’ve heard Big Gigantic, it might surprise you a little to learn that as young musicians in the late ’90s and early 2000s […]
I’ve really got nothing against “Happy,” Billboard’s certified No. 1 song of the calendar year 2014. Hell, it was played at my wedding reception, because, let’s be honest – preventing that from happening at any 2014 wedding reception would’ve been damn near impossible. But – just ballparking the number here – there were probably about […]
The full Austin City Limits music festival lineup for 2014 has been revealed and $225 tickets are now on sale.
Ben Stiller has been a big name in film for quite some time now, involving himself in countless projects all with varying levels of success. While comedy has been his main wheelhouse for the last almost 30 years, he has wandered into more dramatic territory from time to time including Permanent Midnight, The Royal Tenenbaums and […]
Ever since I was little my passion has been for movies. I stayed up late building blanket forts around our console TV and watched movies in my own private theater. The same level of passion is displayed by director Adam Pogoff, a member of Meerkat Media Collective, for music. His upcoming movie, “Brasslands” manages to perfectly combine his passion for Balkans brass music with my passion for films.
You can roll your eyes or shrug your shoulders all you want, but Hocus Pocus is the best Halloween movie – and I’ve got 10 reasons why I’m right.