Deep Ellum, from its earliest days, has been a fertile creative playground for all manner of artists, particularly musicians. From gritty blues and raw-boned country to punk, rock, jazz and hip-hop, the area just outside downtown Dallas has long been a sonic melting pot, blending together the sounds of those born and raised here along… Read more »
Downtown Dallas is haunted by the ghosts of blues legends. It might be difficult to spot them, but throughout the Deep Ellum neighborhood and in various corners of downtown proper, you can find traces of some of the genre’s most legendary players, many of whom got their start busking on area street corners. One of… Read more »
There’s a new venue in town called CheapSteaks, serving up tasty food, craft beers and two stages right in the heart of Deep Ellum.
Late Night Call are keeping the streets of Deep Ellum alive.
The Dallas-based and divinely inspired electro-boogie artist Zhora came by for a hypnotic performance of two tracks from her forthcoming Lights EP.
Spune kicked off its 3rd annual Index Fest this past weekend in Deep Ellum. KXT’s Dane Walters, and volunteer photographers Jim Riddle, Lacey Dowden, and Britain Green were there to capture some of the sights over 3 days.
See Local Natives, Dawes and Future Islands
Check out these great photos from Index Fest this past weekend!
Index Festival in Deep Ellum last weekend was amazing! Thank you to everyone who came out. Thank you to Trees and Spune for a great partnership. Even MORE pictures over on Art&Seek. Enjoy! The scene at Trees by Dane Walters The crowd for Washed Out by Dane Walters Portugal. The Man by Dane Walters Telegraph… Read more »
Prepare to have your mind blown by some old school Deep Ellum news coverage about the music scene in 1988 via Fox 4. Look for Paul Slavens (with hair!), Jeff Liles working a baby face, Edie Brickell in her early heyday, Reverend Horton Heat and more. Thank you to our own Sunday evening host Paul… Read more »