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Cory Graves

Songs About Dallas.

Bowling For Soup's Ohio (Come Back To Texas). There are a ton of songs about or inspired by Dallas, and they say a lot about who we are. So each week in t...

Buzz Rankings: 11/15.

Thanks To The DOMAs, A.Dd+ Flies High Once Again. Each week, we take a survey of the local music scene and try to determine which acts in town are really putti...

White Noise.

The Dallas Observer Takes Over Deep Ellum, Fort Worth Gets The Indie Makeover It Needs. Tonight, the Dallas Observer will be hosting their 24th annual local mu...

Songs About Dallas.

Johnny Guitar Watson's Gangster Of Love. 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 s...

Buzz Rankings: 11/8.

DJ Sober Is Totally Buzzed. Each week, we take a survey of the local music scene and try to determine which acts in town are really putting in work and seeing ...

White Noise.

Record Hop Rises Again (Kinda), The Vliets Wake Up and The Prophet Bar Gets a Makeover. Turns out, in the time when he hasn't been heading up organization...

Songs About Dallas.

Steely Dan's Dallas. 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 tak...

Rest Easy.

Check Out Usher, Ludacris and David Guetta's New Play-N-Skillz-Penned Pop Anthem. By now, Dallas production duo Play-N-Skillz is rather used to collaborat...

Buzz Rankings: 11/1.

Once Again, The Polyphonic Spree Find Themselves Parked In The Top Spot This Week. Each week, we take a survey of the local music scene and try to determine wh...

North Texas Spirit.

Fort Worth's First Distillery Crafts Whiskies That Are Uniquely Texan. One step through the doors of Firestone and Robertson Distilling Co., an old cliche imme...

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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