As much as we try and stop them from happening — bad things still happen. Sometimes it’s bad luck, sometimes it’s bad timing, but whatever bad it is – we’ve found that the only thing to really do is keep going and do your best. The friends and family of Paul Cobb know this. Some of you may recognize Paul from his Indianapolis bands Amo Joy! and The Accordians, but – after his very untimely death at the age of 24 – Paul left behind a series of unfinished and unreleased songs. His friends and family have taken it upon themselves to finish and release the collection under the project’s name Hammer Screwdriver. You can check out all the tracks from Paul’s charming bedroom recordings here, or listen to the track “Eden” below. And – if you feel so inclined – you can make a donation to the project right here. Do the right thing!
After weathering Zeus’s nastiest and harnessing the power of His lightning bolt via bottlerocket on the Fourth, we find our fair city with a slew of well-curated bills for some of the finest summer shows. Tonight, we’ve got an early show at Fond Object, followed by a night show from our longtime Ft. Worth friends Fungi Girls and Argentine poppers Los…
Oh Juan. We love you. Last year’s “North American Poetry” was among our favorites — poignant, calculated, thoughtful, sweet — he’s the musical version of “good boyfriend material”. And did we mention hard-working? Juan has a new LP out with our friends at Captured Tracks titled “Who Me?,” already available in digital form and soon to…
We told you on Monday that we would have some big news for Freakin’ Weekend coming up, and the time has come. To start things off, above this lil chunk of text is our poster for this year. NO, it doesn’t say Freakin’ Weekend anywhere on it. NO, it doesn’t list any of the bands….