“He’s going to fall in love with us,” Novey blurted. “He’s going to call and he’s going to want to fly us out to his ranch or wherever he lives.”
Tame is Foxburrows’ first release since its Woodland Creatures EP in 2014.
Hurry up. That’s the gist of JD McPherson’s second solo album, Let the Good Times Roll.
Ryan Drake’s new comedy album is as dirty and hilarious as it is touching— in a good way.
Limp Wizurdz grew up.
The Tulsa-born and Yukon-raised Owasso resident also known as country superstar Garth Brooks has released a new single, “People Loving People.”
Love, trust and Zion. After an asthma attack put him in a coma for nine days back in 2001, those were the words that kept popping up in the prayer book left beside the hospital bed of a then-11- year-old L.T.Z. It felt like a sign.
When Boyfrndz pulls into Oklahoma City for the last show of its national tour in support of its new album, Breeder, on Sunday, it will have gone through hell and back to get here. Touring is a necessary but daunting prospect for independent bands, leaving behind the creature comforts of home for cramped sleeping quarters,…
Life has been a whirlwind the past few months for Oklahoma City-based band Horse Thief. Its highly anticipated debut album, Fear in Bliss, has already received critical praise from national media doting on the Bella Union label’s new darlings. Horse Thief is headed back to its roots for a special album release show April 18…
Listening to Horse Thief’s previous release — the haphazardly melodramatic Grow Deep, Grow Wild — felt like a chore. Whatever potential the Oklahoma City folk-pop act demonstrated on the EP was obscured behind a formulaic, contrived and ultimately hollow cloud. But it at least offered a glimmer of promise for a band consisting of, frankly,…