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OKG Newsletter


Topic: Treats

Sleigh rides into town with rock

Brooklyn-based Sleigh Bells to play Tulsa tonight


Music

Joshua Boydston
Sleigh Bells with Neon Indian and Bosco Delrey
7 p.m. Tuesday
Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N. Main, Tulsa
cainsballroom.com, 918-584-2306
$23
 
Tuesday, June 7, 2011

VOTD: That’s not Santa ...

Breakout band Sleigh Bells announces a new album, ‘Reign of Terror.’

The saddest I’ve been in recent memory was when I had to forfeit my tickets to the off-the-rails rave that Brooklyn noise-pop duo Sleigh Bells hosted at my favorite concert venue in the world, Cain’s Ballroom. I love sweaty shows. I love aggressive, loud pop music. But I had to work, which resulted in Matt being a sad panda for about a month.

This was shortly before I got hired by the good people here at the Gazette, who now help to get me into shows like this (thanks, guys!). I mean, seriously, look how awesome this was, courtesy of expert Tulsa photographer Jeremy Charles:


Today the band announced “Reign of Terror,” the follow-up to its 2010 debut, “Treats,” by way of a video that captures the disturbing, harsh intensity of Derek Miller’s guitar riffage against Alexis Krauss’ chic femininity, dressed up in a military uniform like a Bond villainess who only speaks grunts of Russian. I really hope they somehow wield this thing into an insane dance-pop-metal hybrid.

by Matt Carney 12.02.2011 2 years ago
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Orange you glad?

Have your birthday cake froyo and eat it too.


Food and Drink Features

Moose Tyler
It’s got a catchy name and options out the wazoo, and it’s popping up on every corner. There’s no denying that frozen yogurt — or froyo, as it’s commonly referred to — is in, and no one seems to do it better than Oklahoma City-based Orange Leaf, now with nine metro-area stores.
 
Wednesday, August 28, 2013

OKG7 cups of something warm

Grab something that warms the soul, whether it be a coffee-yogurt smoothie, Italian java, fresh-baked cookies or any of these other delectable, energy-sustaining treats.


OKG7 Dining

Jenn Scott
How does a smooffee sound? If espresso and frozen yogurt are two things you love, have them together in a smooffee. Add an additional flavor like almond, coconut, white chocolate or raspberry. Grab some hot tea or a snack — like a cinnamon knot or doughnut — to go.
 
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
 
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