Even if it’s not particularly flattering to others or to myself, I have to put it out there because that’s the truth and that’s the only — I care about books too much.
Inspired by Norwegian black metal and the tenants of Luciferism, Oklahoma City resident Joseph Wrobel recorded his EP entirely himself with the help of a $15 iRig.
Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau hopes to boost tourism in the city with monthly videos.
OKC group Oklahoma Creative hosts this year’s World Creativity forum, which features international innovators and entrepreneurs.
Like so many in the wake of last year’s devastating tornadoes, Plain Speak was forced to rebuild from the ground up.
The band attacks on three aural fronts: symphonic, choral and psychedelic, and the triune nature of its sound has been its stamp since day one.
THURSDAY, APRIL 10 AT 8 PM ACM@UCO PERFORMANCE LAB, 329 E. SHERIDAN AVE. HOSTED BY: SCOTT BOOKER, CEO FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
FRIDAY, APRIL 11 AT 1 PM LOCATION: SONGWRITING ROOM (FIRST FLOOR OF ACM@UCO, 25 S. OKLAHOMA AVE.) HOSTED BY: LANCE MCDANIEL, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF DEADCENTER FILM FESTIVAL, AND DAVID HANON, ACM@UCO PRODUCTION FACULTY. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
ARTISTS & VENUES 1. ACM@UCO PATIO 25 S. OKLAHOMA AVE., OUTSIDE PATIO CHELSEY GONZALEZ 4-4:40P INDIGOS 5-5:40P JOSH QUALLS 6-6:40P SÁHNI 7-7:40P 2. ACM@UCO SONGWRITING ROOM 25 S. OKLAHOMA AVE., LOBBY SOUND MIXING PANEL 1-2P 3. ACM@UCO PERFORMANCE LAB 329 E. SHERIDAN AVE. CORPORATE GHOST 9-9:40P SONIC VIOLENCE 10-10:40P EUREEKA 11-11:40P AARON PIERCE 12-12:40A 4.…
Sipping on low-point (3.2 percent) beers while strolling around the city is legit. But festivals have special permits, and you can’t bring your own beer within the zone in which these events are held, although some will offer drinks to buy. As usual, any place (including restaurants and indoor performance venues) selling beverages won’t let…