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.
Many of 2017’s best listens were deeply personal, bravely diving into aspects of human emotion that some artists dare not approach.
Opolis’ 15 Year Anniversary festival runs Sept. 7-9 in Norman.
Linville will mark the release with a special show Feb. 3 at The Blue Door.
Israel native and band founder Bat-Or Kalo used a trip through America’s Deep South to inform her music.
Tyson Meade, a longtime local musician and Oklahoma’s “godfather of alternative rock” recently spoke to many of his friends — also fellow musicians — about their favorite moments, music and feats of 2014.
So often in music, a stretch not spent actively recording, releasing and touring behind an album is indicative of fading attention and a waning spotlight.
The group does just that with this 7-inch release, recorded back in the spring at Bell Labs in Norman, mastered by Garrett Haines at Pittsburgh’s Treelady Studios and distributed in old-school fashion by Seattle’s Modern Peasant Records. “Wunderkind” and “Dogs and Guns” are the two tracks, each a piston-pumping blast of up-tempo, hooky guitar rock…
It’s been three years since Oklahoma City band The Gentle Art of Floating formed, and it still hasn’t managed to release an album. It has a pretty good excuse … for that at least. Around Christmas 2009, front man Colin Nance came home to find his studio — and their practice space — different than…
Whether it’s country or the Oasis-sounding pop of “I Need Something,” he keeps the listener firmly in place. “Breaking Promises” lets the fiddle player shine while delivering a wry, humorous tune about the trials of hard living: “Goodbye left brain cells / We’ve had some good times / Breakin’ promises one at a time.” The…