Power harmonies

The Lunar Laugh debuts new single “Waiting on a Sign” to gear up for a new album.
Three-part harmonies are a trademark of Oklahoma City-based band The Lunar Laugh, which is indicative of the way lead singer Jared Lekites and guitarists Connor Anderson and Campbell Young work as a unit.

Hello, Death

Michigan-based Greet Death thrives on being difficult to categorize.
About 20 years ago in a first-grade classroom, Greet Death began to form.

ALCOHOLMANAC Lyrical libations

Both old and new music venues in Oklahoma City offer a range of drinks to concertgoers.
Oklahoma City has a rich and thriving live music scene, and a wide variety of venues have found success supporting the diversity of the city’s music fans.

Twiggs, "Hometown"

Oklahoma City's Twiggs will release its third album, Twiggs III,  later this spring, but today the band is releasing two tracks from the album, "Hometown" and "Tennessee." While "Tennessee" emphasizes the group's facility with power-pop, "Hometown" is a more pastoral, languid affair, like a midwestern Mazzy Star.

Second Chance

After his rise as a pre-teen YouTube sensation, Greyson Chance now has his sights set on the long game.
YouTube was four years old and Greyson Chance was 12 when his cover of Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi” blasted its way onto the internet zeitgeist.

Floetry in motion

Marsha Ambrosius continues hitting high notes in her music career and sets her sights on scoring films.
She gave the King of Pop “Butterflies” in 2001, and Marsha Ambrosius has been recording among royalty ever since, but she has never felt like she didn’t belong.

New .WAV

ACM@UCO’s .WAV Festival celebrates female artists and musicians with two days of performances.
Academy of Contemporary Music at the University of Central Oklahoma (ACM@UCO) hosts a diverse group of local and national artists in its female-centric .WAV Festival this weekend.

Heavy water

Colourmusic’s newest album Swimsuit was written amidst emotional turmoil and released in an unconventional way.
Until it was released on streaming platforms Feb. 4, Colourmusic’s latest album Swimsuit offered fans an old-school music experience — they actually had to pay to hear it.

Violent femmes

Daughters grow up with You Won’t Get What You Want.
For many fans and critics, Daughters’ latest album failed to live up to its name.

Miles ahead

Lettuce brings its cosmic funk to Tower Theatre.
For more than two decades, the band known as Lettuce has been bringing the funk in exciting live performances and a series of recordings.

Valentine's Day: Family man

Wayne Coyne discusses his recent marriage and how he feels about bringing a child into this world.
Asking The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne a question he hasn’t heard before seems almost impossible.

Euphonius food

OKC’s music venues have risen to the challenge of providing concertgoers with more than just nachos and stale pretzels.
Not long ago, concert venues mostly had the same menu as high school football game concession stands: canned-cheese nachos, maybe a pickle or a soft pretzel, if you were really lucky a hamburger heated who knows how.

Truthful voice

Indie rock singer/songwriter Lucy Dacus brings her whip-smart set to Opolis on Monday.
Lucy Dacus creates music that’s alive.

Carly Gwin and the Sin, "You Can Feel Sad" (video premiere)

Directed by Dylan Johnson, Carly Gwin and the Sin's "You Can Feel Sad" puts the Norman-based band in gauzy, space cowgirl environments that perfectly suit the song's wistful melody.

Off-world colony

Apocalyptic ballads of separated lovers enduring a barren wasteland and a lonely pilgrimage to Mars haunt Murder by Death’s latest concept album.
Concept albums are Murder by Death’s thing.

Shred in Japan

Former Megadeth guitarist Marty Friedman found a new career combining genres overseas.
He has released albums called Speed Metal Symphony and Music for Speeding, but guitarist Marty Friedman said years have passed since he was impressed by quick fingers.

Living Legacy

A collection of Connor Hicks’ previously unreleased songs provides a glimpse into the late Oklahoma musician’s potential.
Shortly after midnight on Dec. 18, 2017, 20-year-old Ada-born musician Connor Hicks died in a traffic accident on a foggy two-lane road in Seminole County.

Fully Applied

Applied Music Program, Carly Gwin and The Sin and Lacey Elaine fill a strong bill at 51st Street Speakeasy.
Oklahoma music fans will have the rare opportunity to see several local bands perform together at an upcoming show at 51st Street Speakeasy, 1114 NW 51st St., on Feb. 2.

Woods aesthetic

Justin Timberlake brings his Man of the Woods Tour to OKC.
Ten-time Grammy winner Justin Timberlake brings his Man of the Woods Tour to Oklahoma City 7:30 p.m.

Wow factor

Amilia K Spicer makes a stop in OKC in support of her most recent album Wow and Flutter.
Asked how much time she spent on her last album, Amilia K Spicer wanted to avoid an exact number.

Word play

Art of Rap and Heart of Hip-Hop are building the community of OKC MCs.
Collin The Chill One came to compete at the Art of Rap after finding it through an internet search.


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