gorilla vs. bear festival

Shabazz Palaces: YTGVB session
For our first official collaboration of many with SF's yourstru.ly, Seattle's Shabazz Palaces hooked up this unreal performance at Tomcast in East Dallas when they were in town for GvsB Fest back in July. The brief session -- which went down on what was arguably the hottest day in our city's history…
today: Gorilla vs. Bear Festival
Doors open at the Granada at 6, set times are below. Get there early to grab one of these shirts (courtesy of RVCA) and one of these posters for free. And if you're on the fence about coming out: we caught part of Preteen Zenith's rehearsal yesterday, and it sounded absolutely massive...
mp3: Shabazz Palaces on Daytrotter
Shabazz Palaces stopped by Big Orange in Austin back in March during SXSW to record a session for our friends at Daytrotter. Listen to a slightly altered version of album-of-the-year standout "Recollections of the wraith" below, and download the whole session here...
video: The Polyphonic Spree- “Bullseye”
Dallas' own the Polyphonic Spree returns with a glowing, beautifully whimsical "interactive character-based narrative video music video"/iPad app collaboration with Moonbot Studios, created for the band's new song "Bullseye" (the first Spree single to be…
mp3: gorilla vs. bear festival mixtape
The first-ever gorilla vs. bear festival goes down at the Granada Theater here in Dallas in less than one month (July 23!), so we've put together this little mixtape as something of an introduction to all of the bands playing the fest for the uninitiated...
mp3: Preteen Zenith – sampler

We are beyond psyched to debut the first material from Preteen Zenith, the new project of Dallas' Tim DeLaughter (of Tripping Daisy/the Polyphonic Spree fame). We're told that this soaring track -- which hints at some of the same life-affirming build-up and emotional release as the best songs from T…
mp3: Pure X – “Dry Ice”

Here's a new jam from Austin's Pure X, taken from the group's forthcoming new record Pleasure, which drops next month via our friends at Acephale. Gorgeously hazed slow-burner "Dry Ice" may be the best song yet from these dudes, and it (along with previously unveiled new jam "Twisted …

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