Telegraph Canyon is just one of the many local bands performing at Summer Cut this Friday. Based in Fort Worth, this seven-member band has released two studio albums, toured for two weeks in Europe, and is now touring through the United States, ever since its debut in 2007. They released their first album, All the… Read more »
Denton band Centro-matic dropped by the KXT studios to play a couple songs and chat with KXT DJ Mark Abuzzahab.
Sarah Jaffe dropped by the KXT studios to play a few songs off her highly anticipated sophomore release, The Body Wins.
Local musician and producer Salim Nourallah dropped by the KXT studios to play a couple songs off his latest release, Hit Parade.
When Sir Earl Toon of Kool & the Gang, local musician and producer Salim Nourallah and singer-songwriter Sarah Jaffe stepped up the the microphone to sing for John Dufilho’s new band, John Singer Sergeant, we knew it would be nothing short of greatness.
On The Road: After fighting with the SXSW crowds and gusty winds blowing through downtown Austin, meeting Sarah Jaffe for a performance inside her hotel room north of the city was a welcome reprieve.
On The Road: KXT met up with the O’s following their performance at Doc’s Motorworks in Austin during SXSW. Bandmate John Pedigo and Taylor Young set up to perform in front of the iconic Austin Motel.
The O’s sophomore release, “Between the Two,” shows the Dallas duo have grown musically, with more complicated instrumentation and lyrics. The band stopped by the KXT studios to play a few songs from their latest release.
The Burning Hotels rose out of Fort Worth in 2008 with their EP, “Eighty Five Mirrors,” which won Fort Worth Weekly’s Album of the Year and gained them acclaim with the post-punk set. Their most recent release, “Novels,” was mixed by Mark Needham (Killers, Bloc Party), and comes on the heels of opening gigs for… Read more »
The Hope Trust makes thinkers rock in Denton, Texas. Channeling a blend of Americana, timeless pop, and rock n roll that hooks lovers of Neil Finn (Crowded House), Wilco, and The Wallflowers, frontman Kelly Upshaw pens songs that steadily unfold, leading captive listeners through a field of sonic space. With his brother Michael on pedal… Read more »