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Dallas Weekend Concert News and Reviews: Cold Specks|Big Freedia|and More.

News Zola Jesus is playing an all-ages show at The Loft in February. The opening acts have not been announced, but I can think of a few around here who would be a good fit. We’ll keep you updated. — Christopher Mosley That Bedhead box set (Bedhead 1992-1998) we mentioned yesterday received an 8.5 from Pitchfork. Complaining about […]

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Dallas Concert News and Reviews: Ynfynyt Scroll |”Fresh Rhymes”

While I’m thinking about it, do yourself a favor and listen to Ynfynyt Scroll’s extremely out-there version of ILoveMakonnen’s “Club Going Up” over on SoundCloud. Yes, the DJ lives in New York and not Dallas anymore, but a few seconds into this track and you’ll realize how lucky we were to have him when we did.

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Dallas Concert News and Reviews (Nov. 12): Future Punx | His Name is Alive

You may remember last year when we briefly mentioned seeing Future Punx, a Brooklyn-based post-punk band who feature former Denton musicians, Chris Pickering and Jason Kelly. Less than a year later, they’ve released their first EP, I’m So Inspired, on Dull Tools, a label run by Chris Pickering and Andrew Savage of Parquet Courts.

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Dallas Concert News & Reviews (Nov. 11): Moth Face | Pop Crimes | Trees

A project called Moth Face happens to be the most alarmingly good new local act I’ve heard in a while. I saw “them” (her, really; otherwise known as Sandra Davalos) at a recent Vice Palace at OFG.xxx show and was really taken by the acutely striking vocals and minimal backing tracks. We should have more for you soon. For now, listen to a wealth of material on the Moth Face music page, especially “Daisy” and “Sick of It.” Davalos is an interesting new voice that doesn’t sound like most of what’s happening in North Texas music of late.

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