The Bourgeois want to be both well-liked and dangerous, but those two things are immensely difficult to pull off simultaneously.
Playing live is a matter of life or death for Oklahoma folk-punk troubadour Matt Jewett — sometimes, quite literally.
This documentary chronicles a proto-punk band in the 1970s that formed to rebel against Detroit’s slick Motown crooning.
If the light of youth is closing in on them, the OKC garage rockers are prepared to fight tooth and nail for every last second in the sun.
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.
At last, Copperheads are making a rare appearance in Norman next week, and they’re playing for a good cause.
E. Blake Jackson uses what comes second nature to him to tackle the expanding universe of communications for Saxum.
Punk band Bad Sports started eight years ago. Bassist Daniel Friend and guitarist Orville Neeley had been in a band together previously, but one day, Neeley showed up with demos of new songs. “It was way better than the band we were in,” Friend said, “so we decided to do that instead.” Bad Sports met…
The band’s persistence resulted in a recording contract with Side One Dummy records (Irish punks Flogging Molly are label-mates) and a spot on Vans Warped Tour after a parking lot audition for Warped Tour owner Kevin Lyman. Its debut album, Forge & Flagon, came out in 2012. Band members went on to play their self-described…
The former is a startlingly authoritative, snarling take of Kelli Mayo and Peyton Bighorse’s brand of punk-anchored “ugly pop,” a fully realized vision of doom and gloom showing just how lethal Skating Polly can be. The latter is a stripped-down, heart-tugging piano ballad on par with anything Regina Spektor has ever done, toying with lush…