Stefan Gonzalez hosts one of the best curated nights in town with his Outward Bound Mixtape Sessions, happening Monday nights at Crown and Harp on Lower Greenville...
BLUE, THE MISFIT
Brandon Blue practices hip-hop as a performance artist, crafting each show as a part of a larger tapestry of aesthetic experimentation.
As one of the best maestros is Dallas, a George Quartz live performance is focused to challenge his audience, hoping to form questions about the line between between performer and audience, and twisting our notions on what a live act should be in the process.
Hart isn’t overwhelmed by a loud ego, but he has a quiet confidence. With a strange magnetism, his live performances leave crowds with a haunted feeling.
Rick Eye is not Rick Eye’s real name. Or is it? No one knows, and Rick himself is rather elusive on the subject. “Rick Eye has been my name since my initial appearance, but I’ve gone by other names as well like Nakitia Banana or Psychedelic Pillow Case,” he says.
Def Rain encompasses the sound of Dallas perhaps better than any other band. It is a mixture of genre-bending and blending, incorporating ethos of hip-hop alongside surf-rock poetry. Cromeens is as much interested in being ahead of the curve as she is in widening it, making room for all of us to dance on it.