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From our friends on the other side of the county line... File Under: Local: "good food, good folk"
Central Track

From our friends on the other side of the county line...
File Under: Local: "good food, good folk"

Oh, just 95 bomb-ass local Black-owned Dallas-area restaurants for you to support.

Dan's Silverleaf

Dan's Silverleaf

Gentle reminder... Slobberbone next Saturday, October 10, playing live at @danssilverleaf for you to stream and enjoy in your socially distanced home. Tell your friends! Buy your tickets on our website. Multiple cameras. Sound engineer. Almost as if you're watching and listening at the Silverleaf! Thanks for your continued support. Shop local and stay safe.



Eddie Van Halen, the guitarist and songwriter who helped give the radio-rock band Van Halen its name and sound, died Tuesday after a battle with cancer. He was 65.

Snarky Puppy

Snarky Puppy

Ten years and three days ago, we released our first live, in-studio video album. For those wondering why we decided to remix and remaster “Tell Your Friends,” you can find those details below. And for those of you who caught it today, we are aware of the issue on streaming services regarding the song “Skate U.” The corrected audio for the track will be replaced on all services within a few hours and will automatically update in your library. No physical products (CD/Vinyl) have been affected by this issue. For those who have been waiting to hear the updated version of “Skate U,” the video with correct audio can be found below and on our YouTube page linked in our bio. With all of that said, the “Tell Your Friends” story is as follows:

“Tell Your Friends" was our first live in-studio recording that was filmed and released on YouTube, and it was largely held together by our new engineer, Eric Hartman. Between borrowed equipment, a hilariously low budget (four figures), and a band that had never done anything like this before, the session was a complete mess. Over the three days we were there, no one saw him sleep until after the last performance. He was fully clothed, under the recording desk.

From his home base in Dallas, Eric went on to engineer and mix the albums "GroundUP," "Family Dinner - Volume One," "We Like It Here," "Sylva," and a good deal of "Family Dinner - Volume Two." While on tour in Montreal in 2015, nearing the tail end of the mixing process for Family Dinner, we received news that Eric had suddenly and tragically passed away. We were destroyed. He worked with many individual members of the Snarky Puppy and GroundUP label families on their own respective projects, and brought a level of (badly-needed) calm and conscientiousness to every project he touched.

I was living in New York at the time, working frequently with the immensely talented engineer Nic Hard. Nic was the obvious choice for the band, with an aesthetic completely opposite to that of Eric. If we were going to be forced to change sonic directions, we wanted to do it in a big way. Nic engineered and mixed "Culcha Vulcha," "Immigrance," "Live at Royal Albert Hall," and hundreds of live concerts for Snarky Puppy. While recording these new projects alongside Nic, we decided to start releasing on vinyl, in reverse chronological order, all of our previous titles. It was relatively low-maintenance as the final mixes for each had been sitting inside of dust-covered hard drives in my studio. That was, until, we got to Tell Your Friends. It wasn't there.

Everything we had recorded was on the drive, but the mixes were gone. Not a trace of the work Eric and I had done in Dallas. Just the raw audio, exactly as it was the minute after we played the last note of the night at Dockside Studio in Louisiana. It goes without saying that this was a serious problem, but it also presented a unique opportunity. What if Nic remixed it? We already had Eric's mix out in the world, but we were physically incapable of using it to produce the vinyl master. So, why not use it as a chance to get a second perspective on the exact same performance? Remixes and remasters are not unusual in this day and age, but very rarely do they happen out of absolute necessity.

What you have in front of you is the first live album of a completely unknown band, recorded in Louisiana by Eric Hartman and mixed a decade later in New York by Nic Hard (and mastered by Dave McNair)- an unexpected collaboration with a thread woven through ten years of music and friendship.

Enjoy the new perspective. “Tell Your Friends (Remixed & Remastered)” is available digitally, physically (CD/Black Vinyl/Colored Vinyl) everywhere:

A gem from NTX finds its way to wax..

A gem from NTX finds its way to wax..

EDIT: listing will be live on 9/30/20

Up for auction: Street Fight! Round One - Vinyl LP.

100% of this sale will be donated to the ACLU Foundation.

This is a single lathe cut record.

Side A
1. Night at the Arcade
2. Chun Li, Outside
3. Chun Li, I'm Lovin It
4. Where is Ryu?

Side B
5. E. Honda's Concern
6. Good Grief, Zangief
7. Balrog 24/7


Stefan Prigmore

Stefan Prigmore

My first full-length album River/Blood will be out in January 2021. I've decided to release a few singles ahead of that, with each release having a themed t-shirt available! These three new shirts will help me fund the release of the full-length album. My brother Rodney Moore designed the limited series, and the first will be printed on a high quality ultra-soft indigo tee. It'll look like the picture above!

I'm excited for y'all to hear my first single, "Taming Monsters," which is releasing on all platforms on October 23rd. Please help support my album release with your t-shirt purchase today!

To get your shirt, send $27 (shipping included, $32 for 2xl and 3xl) with your size and mailing address via PayPal to by October 5th!

Both Sides Can Laugh by Garfunkel and Oates

Both sides can laugh...

LYRICS: Everyone once in a while you meet a special kind man A needle in a haystack, a diamond in a pile of sh*t A man who’s never written music but thinks h...

Posh Nosh - EP3 - Paella


The Hon. Simon and Minty Marchmont prepare a paella (pronounced "paella") in honor of Simon's tennis coach, Jose-Luis. Stars Richard E. Grant, Arabella Weir,...



I am just out of the ICU, sitting up in bed, drinking fennel tea and nothing appears to be leaking!

So thank you all for your powers and kind thoughts ☺️

When my surgeon came in to check on me, we got talking.
“So, a musician, do you play in a band?”
“Well I did”
“Haha was it Peter and the test tube babies?” (My name Peter is of course on his chart.)

Without missing a beat I said, “Yes”
he said “No”
I said “No... my band was Siouxsie and the Banshees”
His jaw dropped open. “No..... I have your LPs at home, I’m a huge fan of the 80s, all the bands played here when I was a kid!”
I said, “Do you like The Cure?”
“Stiff Little Fingers?”
“Yes... and Soft Cell!”
I said, "They’re my friends."
“You’re famous!”
“Only in my own head.”

That last remark was completely lost in translation, he was gazing out of the window seeing his youth behind the Berlin wall playing all over again.

“Can I drink some water now?”
he drifted back, “Yes of course..”
then wistfully, “I have all the LPs... I’ll be back to see you on Monday!”
“Bring your LPs”

PIXIES - Hear Me Out (Official Video)

New Pixies, ya'll...

Hear Me Out taken from PIXIES' new double A side single Hear Me Out / Mambo Sun. Listen to Hear Me Out and order the limited edition yellow 12" vinyl here: h...

The history of "Puck Off", the Dallas Stars goal song

The history of "Puck Off", the Dallas Stars goal song

It's been one year since the passing of Pantera drummer and die-hard Dallas Stars fan, Vinnie Paul. This is one of the coolest stories we've had the pleasure...

Garrett Owen

Garrett Owen

My new album 'Quiet Lives' is out now! Stream it. Get it on vinyl. Tell a friend. Tell an enemy... Idk.
Thanks for listenin’ and stay tuned:)

Cars, Guitars, and Elliot Easton

There is nothing here that refers to the year 2020, so... (also, it's cool)...

Lisa Karlin documentary on Elliot Easton of The Cars.

Steve Martin

Steve Martin

I always wear a mask when I go outside. But something about it was leaving me anxious and unsettled. I thought about the problem, addressed it, and here is the solution.

Toots and the Maytals

Toots and the Maytals

It is with the heaviest of hearts to announce that Frederick Nathaniel "Toots" Hibbert passed away peacefully tonight, surrounded by his family at the University Hospital of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica.

The family and his management team would like to thank the medical teams and professionals for their care and diligence, and ask that you respect their privacy during their time of grief.

Mr. Hibbert is survived by his wife of 39 years, Miss D, and his seven of eight children.

These guys...Happy Anniversary!
Jerry Jonestown Massacre

These guys...
Happy Anniversary!

Jerry Jonestown Massacre started the way most good things do: after major hangs at the local tavern. Matt Stubbs told Dustin Schneider he thought they could produce a podcast around their bar convos. “I knew we would be good at it, but [Schneider] was iffy,” Stubbs said. Then Schneider heard a p...

History In Pictures

History In Pictures

John Lennon sniffing Coke

David G. McAfee

David G. McAfee

Lol funny with a dash of truth. 😂

#blm #blacklivesmatter #policebrutality



Blue Lives Matter Supporters Say Kyle Rittenhouse Not Reflective Of Most Peaceful Apologists For Police State
Blue Lives Matter Supporters Say Kyle Rittenhouse Not Reflective Of Most Peaceful Apologists For Police State

Blue Lives Matter Supporters Say Kyle Rittenhouse Not Reflective Of Most Peaceful Apologists For Police State

NEW YORK—After an AR-15-wielding teenager was charged with the first-degree murder of two protesters in Kenosha, WI, Blue Lives Matter supporters told reporters Thursday that Kyle Rittenhouse’s actions did not reflect the nonviolent tactics favored by most police-state apologists. “When you se...

Erikos Andropoulos- Memes, News, & Libertarian-Socialism

Erikos Andropoulos- Memes, News, & Libertarian-Socialism

Louis Armstrong doodles & signs the head of a punk in France, 1961


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