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Helen Kelter Skelter (Photo Dylan Johnson / provided)

Norman-based Helen Kelter Skelter gives fans hot new tunes on sophomore album Melter

Norman-based Helen Kelter Skelter gives fans hot new tunes on sophomore album Melter

HKS plays two Norman-area album release shows, including a free show Jan. 12 at Opolis. The band also plays Jan. 13 at The Brew Sessions.

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Oklahoma Gazette revisits the best local and national albums of 2017

Many of 2017’s best listens were deeply personal, bravely diving into aspects of human emotion that some artists dare not approach.

Cosmostanza — Rad Vibes

Other music is just a hell of a lot of fun. Oklahoma City garage-rock duo Cosmostanza falls into the latter category with its debut EP, Rad Vibes, which is as gnarly as the title would suggest. The record is charmingly lo-fi and jam-packed with just as much promise as young, nervy energy. Rad Vibes finds

Tuff enuff

Few album covers capture a sound as well as King Tuff did on his self-titled disc in May: A demonic bat clutches a Gibson guitar in one claw, a wizard’s wand in the other, with “King Tuff” scrawled across the creature’s chest in a font that merges “Puff, the Magic Dragon” with The Dark Crystal.

Them Dike boys

Hailing from Austin, Texas, lo-fi punk act Dikes of Holland is wrapping up its biggest tour to date, supporting Black Joe Lewis and recent Rolling Stone cover artists The Sheepdogs. This has seen them at their very best and very worst. “It’s been mixed,” said singer/ guitarist J.P. Bohon. “We played one of our best

Them Dike boys

Hailing from Austin, Texas, lo-fi punk act Dikes of Holland is wrapping up its biggest tour to date, supporting Black Joe Lewis and recent Rolling Stone cover artists The Sheepdogs. This has seen them at their very best and very worst. “It’s been mixed,” said singer/ guitarist J.P. Bohon. “We played one of our best

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