Getting filthy

Getting filthy

Currently on tour to support their 12th album, Existence is Futile, Cradle of Filth’s founding member and vocalist Dani Filth spoke with Oklahoma Gazette ahead of their May 20 show at Diamond Ballroom.


Soundcheck: Cliffdiver - Exercise Your Demons

The trending Tulsa emo band copes with mental illness through raw lyrics, surreal humor, and lots of saxophone on its debut full-length.

Climbing and comfortable

Caroline joins the Zac Brown Band on their latest tour, Out In the Middle, coming to the Paycom Center May 20.

Doing the work

LeAnn Rimes was winning awards for her music before she was legally allowed to drive and spoke with Oklahoma Gazette in advance of her free Scissortail Park performance this month.

Calculated move

Whiskey Myers goes in different directions on their new record, but they’ve mapped out every step for themselves.

Wandering and wondering

Todd Snider rambles into Tower Theatre on May 25 for his “Pickin’. Grinnin’. Tellin’ Stories. Takin’ Requests” tour.

Griiin revolution

The pair of DJs come center stage with their first original record to be released May 13 on Graveface Records.

Soundcheck: When the Clock Strikes - I Hope that You Feel Loved

Tulsa's millennial pop-punk mainstay keeps its chin up through difficult social progress on its exuberant new EP.

Trip with kids

OKC rapper Trip G rallies local nonprofits, small businesses and artists for an Eastside Easter eggstravaganza.

Soundcheck: Sun Deep — Will Rap for Change

Acclaimed poets, rappers, and vocalists join the up-and-coming India-born, Oklahoma City-based producer for a thought-provoking charity record.

Indie overground

Returning April 28 to 30, Norman Music Festival remains an influential cornerstone for independent music in Oklahoma — and it's still free to attend.

Serendipitous Songs

DIY hip-hop outsider S. Reidy catches major wave from latest LP release.

Soundcheck: Beau Jennings and The Tigers - Heavy Light

The Norman music singer-songwriter inquires and inspires with a full band in tow on new LP.

Five years later…

Five years after taking control of the historic Tower Theatre, Beer City Music Hall is open for business, filling a gap in Oklahoma City’s musical market, with venues bolstered by the new SaveLive partnership.

Welcome to Beer City

Its mayors are Stephen Tyler and Chad Whitehead.

YOLO with Yola

The English singer-songwriter brings her Americana-laden sound to The Jones Assembly this month.

Family ties

Tonkawa's tie-dye sibling rock duo Five Year Gap takes on the world together.

Soundcheck: Jason Scott and The High Heat — Castle Rock

The singer-songwriter's groundbreaking full-band full-length is a goldmine of lyrical nuggets.

Happily ever after

The Honeymoon Rock Fest is the biggest wedding reception of 2022, with more than two dozen bands performing over three days.

Soundcheck: Husbands - Full-On Monet

OKC indie duo deconstructs pop music bliss on latest full-length.

Sharpening his axe

Ninekah’s Chase Jenkins crafted a passion for woodworking into a guitar-building career with Moonsaw Guitars.

Mary Mortem - Do You believe in Thelema

Experimental music artist continues genre-busting trajectory with latest goth-grunge-trap-ambient-emo LP. By Evan Jarvicks

The shape of OKC music to come

With a little luck, Oklahoma City’s music scene is poised to explode in 2022 the way it was on track to do before COVID-19 arrived.

Girl country

Maddie & Tae kick off All Song No Static Tour at the Tower Theatre the first week of January.

Soundcheck: KNOble Savage - The Loud Terror

Fringe villain of hip-hop =delivers confessional double EP gift-wrapped in barbed wire


Cradle of Filth @ Diamond Ballroom

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