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.
“I wrote the poem trying to get the same feeling of what the guy in the song is telling his girlfriend,” Dixon said.
Salad Days: A Decade of Punk in Washington, D.C. screens at select theaters nationwide, and My First Mister is available on Netflix, iTunes, Google Play and Amazon.
As hardcore punk grows more accepting of internal divisions, straight edge finds itself among family.
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.