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Country Fried Rock: Folk Family Revival Interview (Podcast)

Folk Family Revival's three brothers and their buddy released Waterwalker, a giant leap into psychedelic rock for these folkies from Texas.

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Midlake - “The Old & The Young” (video)

Taken from Midlake's newly released Live in Denton, TX concert film, "The Old & The Young" is a sharp video capture of the folk rockers bringing their music to their hometown.

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Uncle Lucius - “Don’t Own the Right” (audio) (Premiere)

Honky-tonk piano and reflective lyrics highlight the stellar new track by Austin's own Uncle Lucius.

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James McMurtry and His Complicated Games

Americana legend James McMurtry is fiery, opinionated, and smart as a whip. His latest (accidental) endeavor: Occupy spokesman.

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South By Southwest Music Festival 2015: Wednesday

BØRNS, Ryn Weaver, and Stromae all stand out as artists poised to break out big in 2015 after their stellar performances at SXSW.

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The Demigs - “Melamine” (audio) (Premiere)

Catchy guitar riffs and political acumen make up the new tune by the Denton, Texas outfit the Demigs, "Melamine".

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Wade Bowen - “Wade Bowen” (album stream) (Premiere)

With his new self-titled album, Wade Bowen has made what he calls "the record to start the next phase of my career."

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5 May 2014 // 11:03 AM

Collin Herring - ‘Some Knives’ (album stream) (Premiere)

Texas singer-songwriter Collin Herring is back after a five-year absence with an exciting new album. Sometimes things really are worth the wait.

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21 Jul 2013 // 11:05 PM

Sara Hickman: Shine

Shine is a giddy collection of songs, but therein lies the biggest problem with the LP: it feels like a compilation.

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Terry Allen: Bottom of the World

Allen ponders the meaning of life, sex, and dreams to a sparse musical accompaniment.

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Parquet Courts: Light Up Gold

For Parquet Courts, "slacker" isn't just a lifestyle, it's a full-blown worldview and in Light Up Gold, they play like revolutionaries.

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Texas to Release New Album, ‘The Conversation’

This year is the 25th anniversary of Scottish pop band Texas' founding and the group is returning (finally!) with a new album.

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Eagles’ Don Henley works to preserve East Texas’ Caddo Lake

UNCERTAIN, Texas — Perched on a grimy bait-stand bench, beneath a sign that reads “fishing guides available,” a bearded man in an untucked denim shirt watches

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Hayes Carll: KMAG YOYO & other American Stories

Carll has a Texas sense of humor, by which I mean he often writes BIG songs to emphasize the outrageousness of human situations. When he sings of love, he means lust, between a man and a woman so mismatched that only sex and booze can make the relationship work.

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He’s In Search of the Blues, and Lord Does Bill Minutaglio Find Them

This is an emotive, compelling, and enlightening collection of essays thanks as much to Bill Minutaglio's writing as the inherent human interest in the topics he chooses.

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Marshall Ford Swing Band: It’s About Dam Time

The old material has been renovated rather than modernised.

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It Will Come to Me by Emily Fox Gordon

Deadly funny, this is immensely enjoyable, a welcome addition to a genre some of us cannot get enough of.

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Independent Lens: Tulia, Texas

As Tulia, Texas follows the many turns of the Drug Task Force case, from the initial convictions to investigations of undercover agent Tom Coleman, it becomes a cautionary tale.

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6 Jan 2009 // 1:00 AM

At the Death House Door

In At the Death House Door, Reverend Carroll Pickett's inspiring conversion story is balanced by Rose Rhoton's complicated response to her brother's wrongful execution.

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23 Mar 2008 // 11:00 PM

Playradioplay!: Texas

The album should be judged with grace and an attempt to look forward into the bright sunlight of the career that awaits the young Texan.

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