Long has Chase Kerby laid claim to a position as one of Oklahoma City’s best songwriters.
After years of rumors and hopeful wishes from his fans, Justin Timberlake returned to the music scene in 2013 with a two-part album, The 20/20 Experience. Released months apart from each other, the two halves of the record featured some of the strongest material of Timberlake’s career, allowing him to easily slip back into radio…
The Oklahoma City metro produced some of the state’s — and nation’s — best singles. Here’s the cream of the Oklahoma crop.
Despite living over a thousand miles apart, Wil Norton and Danny Davis — the minds behind OKC/D.C. duo Husbands — are always on the same page.
There’s probably no shortage of reasons Nikolas Thompson relocated across the Pacific. Searching for some sort of artistic truth and inspiration must have been among them.
The Bourgeois want to be both well-liked and dangerous, but those two things are immensely difficult to pull off simultaneously.
Most creativity does demand insanity, and over the past decade, The Flaming Lips have operated almost exclusively in this way.
Certain aspects of sʌn ɹaɪə’s music suggest impenetrability, even if that wasn’t her intention.
Elms is a sort of soft rebirth for Chelsey Cope, but it also represents something of a sacrifice.
Decorous — the full-length debut of Oklahoma City four-piece Bowlsey — is a lot of things, and that’s part of the problem.