Dallas

Big Bang! with Lo Down Loretta Brown aka Erykah Badu

December 15, 2014

A photo posted by Sobes (@soberone) on Dec 12, 2014 at 12:00pm PST D-town, thank you for rocking with me and making my return to Beauty Bar feel like home again. To close out the year, I’ve got a very special guest – Dallas’ own Lo Down Loretta Brown aka Erykah Badu! The party’s going […]

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Sober’s Back! Big Bang Thursdays at Beauty Bar

November 16, 2014

Dallas, my Thursday night party has a nostalgic yet new home. Starting this Thursday, November 20th, I’m taking my Big Bang party back to Beauty Bar! Picnictyme will be your host. Admission is free. Whether you were on the scene for the first classic era or are a newcomer, come out and see what all […]

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Say It Ain’t Southern Zine Release and Group Art Show

August 4, 2014

Here it is folks, the Say It Ain’t Southern (SIAS) zine release and group art show poster! There will be a limited number of these, signed and numbered, at the release/show happening Saturday, September 13 at The Public Trust. SIAS started out as a daily documentation of freights, monikers and other things I’d come across […]

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Scenes from Our Booty Fade Release Party

March 10, 2014

Big thanks to everyone in Dallas who came out and supported the Booty Fade release party this past Friday at The Travis. Durkin killed it. Tum Tum was a fun host. The energy from the crowd was amazing. We represented Dallas on this first EP and you guys gave the love right back. Props to […]

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Scenes From The Swapping Block

February 17, 2014

Yesterday’s Swapping Block was proof that digging and nerding out on all things vinyl and music-related are alive and well in Dallas, TX. It couldn’t have been a more perfect day at Strangeways with buyers and vendors moving everything from psych-rock to rap and everything in between. Thanks to everyone who came out to buy […]

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Booty Fade – It Goes Down

February 4, 2014

We’re a month out from the release of our debut EP, so Picnic and I let loose one of our faves from the project. Not sure if we could possibly get any more Dallas than Tum Tum’s vocals over a classic Tejano/cumbia jam. We’re hearing it’s doing very well with the abuelita demographic. The Booty […]

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