Listen to bili:
Who is bili frankenstein? He is part rockstar, part monster. bili's world is PG rated alternative to some of the more extreme horror movies. He's scary without being sick, sexy without being vulgar and gross without being disturbing. He's the kind of RockmonStar you wouldn't mind your daughter dating. Kind of like Frankenstein meets the Monkee's. Along the way you will meet some of bili's friends - The beautiful and ruthless Russian race car driver Valnavia Gofastilakov in the episode Stranded on Dinosaur Island. You will meet the mysterious Bela Chaney as he attains and attaches Jimi Hendrix's hand to bili after he loses his right before a huge outdoor rock festival in the mischievous episode of Jimi's Hand! Also along the way you will run into plenty of vamwolves and werepires and there is always plenty of rock and roll.
So please enjoy bili frankenstein - RockmonStar!
Listen to Broose:
"So Lost Without You"
BROOSE Gregory Dickinson established himself in Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas, as an influential and prolific musician and visual artist. As a painter, band frontman (TOOMuchTV, pop poppins), and producer, Broose helped define the fledgling Deep Ellum undergound art scene in Dallas during the 1990s. He was an artist-in-residence and board member for the Deep Ellum Center for the Arts, and community member of the Art Landing in Oak Cliff. Broose currently lives in the piney woods of Splendora, Texas, where he continues to explore creative freedom.
Amazing singer/songwriter from Houston, Tx. She is a native Texan and she has lived and performed in Nashville too. Debbie's songs are well crafted and she sings with a passion that comes across in her live shows as well as her studio albums. Her songs are great stories and she has more stories to tell.
Her new Album will be out in October 2010.
Listen to DJ Western:
"Goin' Down With the Dot Coms"
Check out the Trip-Hoppin' tricked out souds of cool
iBox - new website coming soon
Long before the iPod and iMac came iBox. Then not much else happend
Listen to Liz:
"These days, with so many solipsistic, narcissistic singer-songwriters who are seemingly unable to sing about anything but themselves, it’s refreshing to encounter a performer like Liz Pappademas. The pianist — formerly of the Austin band Hurts to Purr and later based in San Francisco — recently relocated to Los Angeles and just released a collection of artful, intelligent original ballads, Eleven Songs." - LA Weekly
Listen to Meredith:
Meredith currently resides in Austin with her husband and new baby (is that an oxymoron?).
Listen to pop poppins:
"Sending A Lovely Letter"
Seminal DFW band, pop poppins, formed in 1989 in Saginaw, TX. The band grew along with the Deep Ellum scene, where they developed into a regional success. Releasing numerous full length albums on Carpe Diem and RainMaker Records, they were to remain regional favorites with a strong following in the South, but major label recognition would remain elusive. Their sound combines standard rock and roll with melodic vocals, harmonies reminiscent of 60's pop and adventurous percussion. Pop poppins has always been difficult to categorize at once proving to be their draw and their drawback. So even as grunge was in its heyday, pop poppins was receiving regional airplay and was on regular rotation on DFW alternative radio. After years together, the members eventually moved in different directions (literally, with Michael Jerome moving to LA and Broose moving to New York and now Houston) The band has not officially broken up and there is always the chance that they will all be together in the same city at the same time. Until then, their music is available online through iTunes and through Amazon, among other sources.
In June 2005, Sara headed west and relocated to Los Angeles, California to join The Rentals, fronted by ex-Weezer bassist Matt Sharp. Since joining the band, Sara has toured the world with The Rentals, including stops in Spain and Japan. In 2007 the group released the Last Little Life EP on Boompa Records, followed up by an extensive two month U.S. tour. The Rentals are currently working on their next full length record, expected in 2008.
TOOMuchTV on Youtube
Listen to TOOMuchTV:
"In The Sunken Garden"
Overly creative and sleep deprived, Broose has always managed to record solo albums on the side. On Broose’s 1997 solo album, a bevy of Austin and Dallas musicians added their talents. Due to an incredibly humble and rhadamanthine nature, Broose named the project TOOMuchTV. This lead to the formation of a real time band. Again, as singer and creative dynamo, Dickinson tasted critical success: charting on AAA.They have one full-length CD, "TOOMuch Is Not Enough." Additional TOOMuchTV guest stars have included: Max Hartman, Brad McLemore, Charles "Chicky" Reeves, Jim Cocke, Michael Jerome, Rich Brotherton, Jon Dee Graham, Mike Byrd, Scott Sasser, and Jonathan H. Lacey.
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