The KXT Local Show: Eaglin, Joshua Flores, Carbon Love

McKinney artist KellyMarie is all set to release her new album inspired by the show The Office, which is (appropriately) titled IT IS MY ALBUM. Before it drops in August, we checked out the new single “Us Again”. We also heard “Blood On My Knees”, a song that Fort Worth band The Troumatics says is a “cheery little tune about abandonment and despair”. Denton artist Brian Lambert wrote a song a week for a year and sent in a new project- the song “Three Days”, which features the Jr Moz Collective from Little Rock. Also from Denton, the sisters Eaglin sent in their new track and we heard Carbon Love and Joshua Flores out of Dallas.

You can see the entire playlist after this week’s highlights, and if you are an artist from North Texas, submit your music here.



Denton sisters Bailee and Kenzie Eaglin recently released their debut, self-titled EP. They performed their song “Twenty-Three” live from Matte Black Sound in Fort Worth for FRNDLY Fest in July of last year.

Joshua Flores

The Dallas artist likes to blend pop with R&B to create catchy and relatable songs. “Good Night” sounds like summer and showcases Flores’s smooth vocals.

Carbon Love

The Dallas group is back with a new single off of their sophomore album, A Trip To the Moon, which was recorded at The Kitchen Studios. “My Kind Of Crazy” tells about the joy of getting lost in a relationship.



The KXT Local Show- 7/7/2022

KellyMarie- Us Again

J/O/E feat. Suave Ski- Crewz Control

The Rosemont Kings- Easy Love

The Troumatics- Blood On My Knees

Youngtones- Losers

Reezan feat. Soha- Show Me

Matthew McNeal- Catch and Release

Eaglin- Twenty-Three

Kinsley August- Whisper

Wish Kit- Miller Light

Joshua Flores- Good Night

Brian Lambert feat. The Jr Moz Collective- Three Hours

The Foxymorons- Selective Amnesia

BeMyFiasco feat. Little Brother-Outside The Lines

Carbon Love- My Kind Of Crazy

Furlow- Changed



The KXT Local Show is a weekly radio program curated and hosted by Nilufer ArsalaTune in every Thursday from 7-8pm to hear new and classic tunes from North Texas artists spanning a broad mix of genres, including hip hop, Latin, rock, blues, jazz, folk and R&B.

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