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Cory Graves

White Noise.

Hip-Hop Producer Gensu Dean And Other Locals Are Starting To Gain Some National Recognition. It's no secret we're pretty fond of local music around t...

Songs About Dallas.

They Might Be Giants' "Dallas (Trees)." There are a ton of songs about or inspired by Dallas, and they say a lot about who we are. So each week in this space, ...

Buzz Rankings: 2/21.

Kelly Clarkson Fights Her Way To The Top. Each week, we take a survey of the local music scene and try to determine which acts in town are really putting in wo...

White Noise.

That Dreamy Soundz Comp Is Finally Ready. So Are The Party Police. It was probably last fall's debut from Skeleton Coast that first put Fort Worth's ...

Songs About Dallas.

Gene Autry's Dallas County Jail Blues. There are a ton of songs about or inspired by Dallas, and they say a lot about who we are. So each week in this spa...

Buzz Rankings: 2/14.

Don't Tell Me, Erykah's Back On Top This Week. Each week, we take a survey of the local music scene and try to determine which acts in town are reall...

White Noise.

Is Dallas a Legitimate Music Town? One Major Label Industry Vet Says Yes. Did Katy Perry's Grammys dress fall within this year's stricter dress code ...

Songs About Dallas.

Danny Brown's Pac Blood. There are a ton of songs about or inspired by Dallas, and they say a lot about who we are. So each week in this space, we'll...

Buzz Rankings: 2/7.

In Which North Texas Crowns Sarah Jaffe Its Local Festival Queen. Each week, we take a survey of the local music scene and try to determine which acts in town ...

White Noise.

Festival News Explodes, New Science Projects Are Everywhere and These Machines Are Indeed Winning. It's already been quite the day for local mid-March fes...

Cory Graves

Associate Editor

Cory Graves is the Associate Editor at Central Track. He enjoys not only writing about Dallas and its local music scene, but being a part of it as a member of the band Vandoliers. Courtney Love once referred to him onstage as “my fucking therapist,” which he immediately put on his resume.

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