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DJ Nowhere Sands during Everything is Not OK 3 in Oklahoma City, Friday, March 10, 2017.  Photo by Garett Fisbeck

The Nowhere Affiliated record distribution service brings rare electronic records into Oklahoma City

The Nowhere Affiliated record distribution service brings rare electronic records into Oklahoma City

The Nowhere Affiliated collection is housed in Warehouse B, near OKC Farmers Public Market.

The Devil Makes Three | Photo The Devil Makes Three / provided

The Devil Makes Three performs Jan. 11 at ACM@UCO Performance Lab

The 12-track cover album Redemption & Ruin pays homage to the musical artists who have influenced the band in the past.


Guestroom Records partners with rapper Jabee for the Black Future vinyl release party

Guestroom also will unleash more than 1,000 unpicked used records to the public on Black Friday.


Psych-pop band Special Thumbs hopes to make an impression with a vinyl release for its debut EP

Copies of the 10-inch Pollen EP will be available at the band’s release show Oct. 14 at Blue Note Lounge.

Album review: Horse Thief – Fear in Bliss

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,

Colourmusic — May You Marry Rich

The Stillwater-based psychedelic act closed the curtain on last month’s Buffalo Lounge events at South by Southwest with a dazzlingly deafening set of material new and old, raising the already-high bar for one of Oklahoma’s most established and prodigious acts. Thankfully, May You Marry Rich — the band’s third studio album — by and large

Flaming trips

The release is a companion album to The Dark Side of the Moon, and it’s designed to be played simultaneously, preferably with the original 1973 vinyl. It also syncs with the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz, too, so it stands to reason you can listen to the Lips while listening to Pink Floyd while

Bowlsey — Sleepy Weather

In a weird way, it does. The budding Oklahoma City trio released Sleepy Weather — a five-song demo of sorts — just a month after the band’s conception, each track abstaining from any semblance of formula. With a range of influences spanning from sultry lounge and folk jangles to Adult Swim hip-hop and chilled electronica,

Huff stuff

New Fumes isn’t technically a local act. However, one gets the feeling this is its home away from home, as the Dallas-based experimental brainchild of Daniel Huffman returns to Opolis this Friday. “I’ve lived all over the metroplex,” Huffman said. “Now I feel like half the time I live in Oklahoma City.”It started in the

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