The KXT Local Show: Lorelei K, The Wee-Beasties, Lou CharLe$

It was Throwback Thurday here at KXT, so we took the opportunity to look back and some of our favorite songs of the year (so far), and even threw in a couple that were a little bit older. Enjoy the highlights below and click here to become a member of KXT. 😀

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Lorelei K

The Denton-based band is fronted by Daliah Knowles and is hot off a SXSW showcase. Knowles’ vocals add layers of dreamy storytelling to the hazy “Blue Part Four”.


The Wee-Beasties

The Denton punk band shows us a more traditional angle in  “Shred Season”. Drummer Trent Jones takes on vocals for this tune, which manages to sound fresh while bringing into the past.


Lou CharLe$ feat. Kap G

The Fort Worth rapper is constantly dropping new singles. He teamed up with Atlanta rapper Kap G for “Wrong Reasons.” The jam came out last year and recognizes being stuck in a relationship that might not be so healthy.


The KXT Local Show- 3/23/23

Psychic Love Child- Ophiuchi Hotline

Electric Tongues- Time Machine (Eternal Version)

Elaina Kay- Damn Sure

The Dirty Shirts- Heart Attack

Ishi feat. Electrophunk- Ride or Die

Glitter- Disaster

Matt Tedder- Growing Up

Marc Musso- Anxiety

Pearl Earl- Evil Does It

Zebra Troop- Dopamine

Carbon Love- Back To Life

The Wee-Beasties- Shred Season

Jade Marie- GOMO

Lou CharLe$ feat. Kap G- Wrong Reasons

Lorelei K- Blue Part Four

Featured image credit: @visionbymitch

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