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Pete Freedman

Relapsed.

Scenes From Friday's Baroness and True Widow Show at Trees. A Baroness song can take a moment to ramp up. There's some melodic noodling -- not for na...

Feel The Draft?

The Richardson Heights Alamo Drafthouse Will Open on August 16. If it feels like we've been waiting well over a year for the first planned Alamo Drafthouse loc...

Boldly Gone.

Patrick Stewart Pays Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings a Remarkable Compliment. May was a big month in the world of Star Trek -- y'know, what with the theatrical...

Diamonds Are Forever.

Scenes From Last Night's Secret Marina & The Diamonds Show at The Travis. Knox-Henderson revelers received quite the treat last night as the just-opened T...

Board Game.

Chicken Scratch Has The Best New Billboard In Town. It's a rare thing when a company proves itself willing to advertise even the seediest truths about its...

Deep Cuts.

Scenes From Last Night's Mobb Deep Show at Trees. Last night, Trees smelled like trees. But, walking out of the damp Dallas night and into the cloud of po...

Back in Black.

Scenes From Friday Night's Black Flag Show at Trees. The angsty kids that grew up listening to and revering Black Flag back in the band's '80s heyday -- they'r...

What Now?

South By So What!? Expands To Add Second, Fall Festival. The music festival game can be a tricky business. But, listen, if you're drawing crowds of 6,000 ...

Sun Spotted.

Scenes From Monday's Free Empire of the Sun Show. There are bands that eschew much showiness in their live shows, bands that speak endlessly about "lettin...

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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