The increase in celebrity has not shifted Lindsey’s focus. He said he’s pleased with the feedback he has heard for “Fantasy Boys.”
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.
The Bourgeois want to be both well-liked and dangerous, but those two things are immensely difficult to pull off simultaneously.
Decorous — the full-length debut of Oklahoma City four-piece Bowlsey — is a lot of things, and that’s part of the problem.
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.
Often, there’s as much wonder in the process as the finished piece of art itself. That’s precisely the mark of Oklahoma City indie rockers Feel Spectres.
There’s a certain sense of delicious irony to the success enjoyed by the creative partnership of Ryan Merchant and Sebu Simonian.
He does just that, capably crafting a diverse collection of songs that run the gamut of Death Cab For Cutie-leaning indie (“So Many Deserving”), polished folk pop (“Freedom”) and ’90s alt-rock (“Next Time You’ll Know”), making for a tight, acoustic-driven affair with lots of personality. Stripped-down usually necessitates simplicity, but Prinz is so at ease…
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,…
In advance of their upcoming album, Fear in Bliss, Oklahoma City folk-rockers Horse Thief debuted a new single this week on popular music blog Stereogum. The song, “Little Dust,” is a breezier affair than “Devil,” the album’s first single. It features a mid-tempo rhythm section and twangy guitar swells layered beneath singer Cameron Neal’s nasally croon, and…