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OKG Newsletter

Topic: lo-fi

VOTD: A Norman double-feature!

Watch new videos from locals Broncho and Shi++y/Awesome!

Sorry for the lack of post-age the last couple of days- I've been scrambling to catch up with work, post-ACL when I wasn't busy mourning the late retirement of one of America's greatest bands. It's not the end of the world as we know it, I guess; I feel fine. Onward to the videos!

Another Delo-helmed Broncho vid is reason to celebrate. Watch Ryan Lindsey get chased by stuff like growing up, responsibility and all that other terrible junk, represented by his murderous bandmates. Cool graphic work, guys!

Shitty/Awesome once again live up to their name with this hilarious, low-grade spacesuit romp at Norman's annual medieval fair. Those suits.

by Matt Carney 09.22.2011 2 years ago
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Them Dike boys

Featuring a pair of former Normanites, Dikes of Holland bring their lo-fi punk home. Middle-aged couples, consider yourself warned.


Joshua Boydston

Dikes Of Holland with Depth & Current and Shitty/Awesome
9 p.m. Wednesday
The Deli
309 White, Norman

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

X this

OKG7 things to do

Gazette staff
Lo-fi noise-pop king Emperor X comes to oversee The Conservatory, 8911 N. Western, for a while, starting at 8 p.m. Monday.
Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Tuff enuff

After working on others’ projects, Kyle Thomas is focused on the garage rock of his own King Tuff.


Joshua Boydston
King Tuff with Audacity
9 p.m. Wednesday
113 N. Crawford, Norman

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Cosmostanza — Rad Vibes


Joshua Boydston
Some music is meant to be studied — sat down with for extended periods of time with each subsequent listen revealing another layer to savor.
Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Fiawna Forté - mi-MOH-suh-pud-EE-kuh: A Lo-Fi Album


Zach Hale
When you have a voice as brawny and potent as Fiawna Forté’s, it’s tempting to let loose at every opportunity — let your hair down, unleash your cathartic howl and capitalize on your unusual skill. The Tulsa singer-songwriter’s 2010 debut album, Transitusdid exactly that; guitars were amplified to the max, and its songs were progressive in the sense that they built toward an inevitable release. The record operated largely within this traditional indie-rock framework, to the point where even its quieter moments couldn’t help but boil over.
Tuesday, June 10, 2014