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the dynamite boy reunion show

Dynamite Boy played a reunion show this past Saturday at Emo’s. They were greeted by a venue full of fans that was impressive for a show featuring all local bands. They’ve been one of my favorite pop-punk bands, and I’ve seen them multiple times over the years.
We showed up a little late, because parking in […]

the thrizz and the trooper

Thrice played an amazing show at Stubb’s BBQ on April 23rd. Their next two volumes of The Alchemy Index was released the day before, and the set they played a great selection from their three latest albums: The Artist in the Ambulance, Vheissu, and The Alchemy Index.

I was being a total shutterbug at the […]

the alchemy index vols. iii & iv review

On April 15th, the third and fourth volumes of Thrice’s concept album, The Alchemy Index, will be officially released. The two volumes are titled Air and Earth. I had the privilege to listen to the records for the first time last night, and I’m listening to it a second time as I write this.
I initially […]

the 3hirty (aka the april post challenge)

Similar to what I did in February, I am challenging myself to do the same for the month of April. Will this be a bimonthly challenge? I don’t know but by the looks of it, quite possibly.
I have another post that I will be writing tonight, and this will be the April kick-off post.
What’s going […]

the sleepercar

This past Easter Sunday, Sleepercar paid a visit to Mohawk’s in Austin, Texas.
Jim Ward, better known as the frontman for the rock band Sparta, has formed Sleepercar, an alt-country band heavily influenced by bands like The Old 97’s and Wilco. Their debut album, West Texas, will be released on April 22nd on Civil Defense League/Doghouse […]

the cartoon craze

Last night on the way home, I picked up some cough syrup, Lysol and satin floss at Wally World. Before checking out, I had to stop by the dollar DVDs section of see if I could find more Toon Factory or Cartoon Craze classic animation compilation DVDs. I found six for a total of eight! […]

the noah fecks

NOFX played a sold out show this past Leap Day at Stubb’s. I’ve been to Stubb’s many times, but I’ve never seen it this crowded.
I took some video, but I still have to have it cleaned up and enhanced by the talented N.
I also took some photos, but none of them turned out well. I’ll […]