Granada Theater (6/20/15) Show Preview

If you haven't yet heard, we're headlining the granadahistoric Granada Theater on June 20th. The show is an all-local music showcase featuring the most exciting and stand-out talent in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Tickets are $12 or $24 (standing or seating) and are available here.


The Azalea Project The Azalea Project is a five piece rock band from Dallas. Although they've only been together ~1 year they have caught the attention of many local publications and blogs which is pretty impressive considering none of them have graduated high school yet. What were you doing in high school? Probably not rocking as hard as these talented youths. Goes good with: Grizzly Bear, Elliott Smith, Wilco and Radiohead Exit 380 Exit 380's 2014 release Photomaps has cemented the band as one of the premier blues and folk rock bands in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. With elements of hard rock, blues, folk, roots, Americana, and even Spanish music, Photomaps easily ranks as their best record over their thrilling 15-year history. Expect to hear several selections from this exciting album June 20th. Goes good with: Early Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, The Jayhawks, Counting Crows, Jimi Hendrix Dove Hunter Much like us, Dove Hunter released a new album this past April 2015. Their album Black Cloud Erupt Us was hailed by D Magazine as, "Southern-fried, bombastic aspect to the band’s rock and roll, but they’ve got an arty edge and a gentle touch." We couldn't have said it any better ourselves. Goes good with: Black Sabbath, Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, Lynyrd Skynyrd Jetta in the Ghost Tree Brandin Lea, former lead singer of Flickerstick, is back with his new band Jetta in the Ghost Tree. Even before their album release show earlier this month publications and blogs were hailing the return of one of the most talented musicians to ever come out of the D/FW area. We played with Jetta for their album release show earlier this month, and take our word for it, the new band is excellent. The music is more dark and heavy than Flickerstick but the writing and songcraft is still there. Don't miss this this act. Goes good with: Muse, Franz Ferdinand, Queens of the Stoneage