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Pete Freedman

Mix Up?

Is Supervision's Remix of Ishi's Lead Single Better Than Anything On The Ishi Album? We've touched base a few times now on Digital Wounds, the l...

No Limits.

Depeche Mode, The Cure, Wilco, D'Angelo Highlight First Ever Two-Weekend Austin City Limits. About an hour ago, at midnight, C3 Presents announced the lin...

Faded.

Scenes From Yo La Tengo's Double-Dip at the Granada. Yo La Tengo may have been in town on Saturday night as part of a tour in support of Fade, their Janua...

Up To Eleven.

Your Guide To The Dallas International Film Festival's Most Alluring Screenings. Rejoice, Dallas-area film nerds, for the Dallas International Film Festiv...

Crush of the Week.

Thanks, Dallas Police Department. You Were Awesome Yesterday. Dear Dallas Police Department, How are you feeling today? Pretty worn and tired? I'd imagin...

Crowdsurfing Cat!

The Full Story Behind The Most Interesting Attendee of 35 Denton 2013. Turns out, you can attend the 35 Denton music festival without purchasing a wristband. O...

Fair Game.

Scenes From This Afternoon's 35 Denton Print Fair. There's a first year for everything and 35 Denton is pretty good at firsts. New bands get discover...

Passion Play.

EXCLUSIVE: Check Out The Debut Music Video From Brain Gang's Bobby Sessions. More often than not, Dallas' Brain Gang rap crew gets lumped together in conversat...

Three Cheers.

Kessler Theater Announces Three-Year Anniversary Party. Since first opening way back in 1942, the Kessler Theater's been through quite a bit. In the '...

Pete Freedman

Co-Founder, President, Editor

Pete is the founder, editor and president of Central Track. He is the former music editor of the Dallas Observer. His work has been published in The Daily Beast, Deadspin, LA Weekly, Village Voice, Spin Magazine, The Miami Herald and The Toronto Star, among other major publications. The Association of Alternative Newsweeklies has honored his long-form narrative writing and his blogging efforts alike. In 2009, NBCDFW.com named him one of the 25 Most Interesting People in DFW, a fact he remains all too eager to bring up at dinner parties.

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