Founded by a UTA student and an alumnus, Oddities Productions has taken root in Arlington to realize its artistic potential.
How’s the moon? How do you feel? Were people mean to you today? Those are the kind of questions Lauren Barry-Smith and Ashley Falgout ask each other before they perform.
Artists and musicians from all over gathered to share their talents at the Deep Ellum Arts Festival in Dallas. The festival featured live music, food and art in a variety of forms for attendees to enjoy.
Musicians in the Metroplex attempting to circumnavigate the road to fame may find relief in Music Detour: DFW Music Archive, a nonprofit website for artists hosted by UTA.
Film senior Rav Sitaula founded Skinny is Green during the summer. A few months later, they are already playing live gigs at places like The House of Blues in Dallas.
The UTA A Cappella Choir will perform alongside the English rock band the Rolling Stones this weekend in front of a large audience of dedicated fans and rock lovers.
While students were voting during Student Elections in the Gallery in the University Center, they could hear the sound of Nashville-style country music from musical duo As Girls Go.
Blisteringly fast-paced notes buzz through a soundscape of thick rhythm distortion, all topped up with odd-timed drum patterns. Get ready to finger tap that fret board into oblivion.
Adonis Rose, Grammy-award winning jazz musician and artist-in-residence for UTA, said that part of the reason he is performing with jazz legend Ellis Marsalis at Scat Jazz Lounge in Fort Worth is because of the unique opportunity it provides students.
The hallmark of progressive rock is the concept album. That is, an album that follows a story line throughout. Queensryche's Operation Mindcrime , The Who's Tommy, Between the Buried and Me's The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues come to mind.
Most opening bands do not garner standing ovations. In fact, when it comes to music festivals, most attendees do not even show up till the headliners are about to take the stage. Both of these presumed facts turned out to be void Friday night at the sold out How the Edge Stole Christmas concert.
Twenty years ago this month, California rockers Rage Against the Machine debuted its sound to the music industry in a time of pure, raging bliss. Its fierce mix of funk, hard rock and a healthy dose of hip-hop fueled the flames of anyone looking to "fight the man."