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Tom Carter

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    May 2, 2013
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    October 5, 2012

    The Biggest Houston Bands of 1992

    Researching what the Houston music scene was like 20 years ago has been an eye-opening experience, to put it mildly. In that benighted era, the world was very analog. Musicians could design a gig flyer or type up some lyrics on their computers, maybe fiddle around with some primitive MIDI-type softw ... More >>

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    August 24, 2012

    Local Musicians Come Together For Charalambides' Tom Carter

    Rewind: Charalambides Guitarist Tom Carter On the Mend Some local musicians are rallying to help out one of their own this weekend, and it appears that some good, weird tunes will be a happy side effect for the rest of us. Tom Carter, guitarist for long-running H-town expatriate avant-gardists Cha ... More >>

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    August 24, 2012

    7 Cool & Cheap Weekenders: A Cactus 2-Fer, Weird Party, Allen Oldies Band, Etc.

    It's hard to single out just one of the Cactus Music in-stores Rocks Off is sponsoring Saturday, so we'll go with... both! At 1 p.m., mystical Houston singer-songwriter Tyagaraja previews his new solo acoustic EP As Is, before his Warehouse Live Green Room show Saturday night with DJ Sun and Resolut ... More >>

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    August 23, 2012
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    July 17, 2012

    Charalambides Guitarist Tom Carter On the Mend

    Tom Carter, guitarist for Charalambides, the influential and prolific ex-Houston avant-garde/psychedelic duo, is out of intensive care and recovering at a rehabilitation hospital in Ahrenshoop, Germany after awakening from a medically induced coma last week. Carter's bandmate and ex-wife, Christina ... More >>

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    July 13, 2012

    7 Cool & Cheap Weekenders: Susan Alcorn, Steel Lounge Underground, Etc.

    This ain't honky-tonk: Presented by They, Who Sound and Signal To Noise, Baltimore-based composer and avant-garde steel guitarist Susan Alcorn performs three sets starting 8 p.m. tonight at 14 Pews (800 Aurora): One solo, and two in trios with David Dove (trombone) and Damon Smith (bass), and Jo Bir ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 12, 2012

    Defying Ambiguity: Jandek & 5 Other Curious Cult Musicians

    As a musician, there are many reasons behind choosing to remain an ambiguous character in the public eye as opposed to taking in all of the public attention one can. Choosing to remain ambiguous or elusive is sometimes a decidedly defiant statement, sometimes even a backwards-marketing tool, or is s ... More >>

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    January 18, 2012

    100 Creatives 2012: Sandy Ewen

    Sandy Ewen, who grew up in Canada, eventually relocated with her family to Katy, where she attended high school. Shortly after the move, she began attending improvised music workshops taught by David Dove, a winner of the Houston Press's 2011 MasterMinds Award. Today, local musicians say that she's ... More >>

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    October 23, 2008

    Mick Jagger meets Gilley's

    Some Girls Ride Bulls

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    December 13, 2007

    Texas Garage Rock

    This weekend's Texas Gone Garage festival turns up the volume

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    November 10, 2007
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    November 8, 2007

    The Light Brigade

    Linus Pauling Quartet: Crunchy on the outside, cheesy in the middle

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    November 9, 2006

    Brash Melodies

    Charalambides comes home

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    September 29, 1994
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    June 9, 1994

    Deep-Sixed at 101

    KLOL to McKenzie: Donna, you ain't no rock and roll mama!

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    May 12, 1994
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