It’s been years since the Dollyrots played Oklahoma City. But fortune finally favored the city’s denizens: last April they opened for Bowling for Soup
Returning to the scene of their very first show, former Okies Skating Polly played to a sold-out house at OPOLIS on Saturday. The show was the first stop in a 15-city tour promoting the release of their fifth full-length album The Make It All Show. Vice Magazine calls it “rip-roaring,” […]
On 26 May, central Oklahoma felt an earthquake. The vibrations were from the needle dropping on Godfather of Alt-Rock Tyson Meade’s new long player, Robbing the Nuclear Family. The 55-year-old rocker played piano and sang the entire album to an attentive audience at historic music venue VZD’s Restaurant and […]
One of Oklahoma’s most anticipated music releases of 2014 dropped 23 February, with the release of Skating Polly’s third full-length album, Fuzz Steilacoom […]
Local garage-rockers Shi++y/Awesome formed on a whim in 2009, when Guestroom Records co-owner Travis Searle and manager Will Muir got together with employees Derek Lemke and Joey Powell with the idea of a band that would only ever
play in the alley behind the store — or any alley, anywhere — or house shows. […]
In the conclusion to our Skating Polly interview, stepsisters Peyton Bighorse and Kelli Mayo talk about meeting musical heroes, music as a career, and balancing life and work.
Skating Polly have been busy. The youthful sister act performed several shows at this year’s SXSW festival, knocked out audiences
Featuring an ever-changing lineup of local musicians (including more drummers than Spinal Tap), the Venditos have been rockin’ Oklahoma City for nearly a decade. Their sound is hard, heavy, and fast; their lyrics tend toward the funny and profane.
Hailing from District Z on Planet Peelander, self-described Japanese action comic punks Peelander-Z traveled across the galaxy to eat our smiles at Club Dada in Dallas’s Deep Ellum on Hallowe’en. […]
The Goddamn Gallows, who blend rockabilly, roots, folk, Americana, and country music
“with just enough hardcore and punk […] to make your parents hate it,”