Posts tagged Culture Hype
Rock Star Celebrity Chef Brings Attitude to New Restaurant-Nightclub

Rock Star Celebrity Chef Brings Attitude to New Restaurant-Nightclub

If you’re trying to combine a restaurant and a nightclub, having a rock star chef certainly helps. At least that’s the idea behind The Brixton, the posh new addition to the ever-growing Shops at Legacy. The hybrid restaurant-lounge is putting celebrity chef Patrick Stark in the kitchen and (occasionally) on the stage.
— Paper City

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Songs of the Week: “Insecurity Blankets” by M3cca

M3cca's “Insecurity Blankets” is included in Central Track's Songs of the Week. 

This song in particular is a fairly straightforward, Neo Soul-indebted take, but it’s a promising early look at a performer who has already established herself as a savvy collaborator, having worked already on tracks with some of our favorite Denton rappers, including B. Anderson and Coach Tev.
— Central Track

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Deep Ellum Arts Festival ins Guide to Dallas-Fort Worth Street Festivals

Deep Ellum Arts Festival is included in A Guide to Dallas-Fort Worth Street Festivals for 2017-2018.

Come see edgy musical and visual arts performances in a fun atmosphere in the Deep Ellum entertainment district. Bring your furry friends Sunday for the pet parade. Supervised children and teenagers may attend, but be aware that this is an event that caters to adults. Admission is free.
— neighborhoods.com

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Songs of the Week: "Holy Ghost Blues" by Silas Nello

Silas Nello's "Holy Ghost Blues" is included in Central Track's Songs of the Week. 

This is probably going to sound obnoxious, but if you were to tell me that there’s a song by a performer named Silas Nello called “Holy Ghost Blues,” this is pretty much exactly what I’d guess it sounds like. I can’t be alone in that thought, can I?
— Central Track

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After April 15, Plano Might Just Have the Best Suburban Nightlife in America

The Brixton is featured in 50Plano.com 

The new The Brixton Lounge (The Harder Brothers – Scruffy Duffies and Ringo’s Pub)) is set to unveil its plush new, 2-story nightlife venue to the public with a state of the art stage, sound and lighting system that would make any DJ or professional band drool.
— 50Plano.com

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The Best Food & Drink Events in Dallas, June 2017

The Brixton is featured in Eater Dallas list of Best Food & Drink Events in Dallas. 

Enjoy a pop-up food and music project created specifically for The Brixton’s unique atmosphere by chef Patrick Stark. Attendees will have a chance to give back to their local community while experiencing a five-course dinner and music, paired expertly. And, there may or may not be blindfolds involved.
— Eater Dallas

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Chris J. Norwood "Longshot"

Chris J. Norwood's new album "Longshot" announced on Central Track.

First up, folker Chris J. Norwood announced that his debut album, Longshot, will be out on August 11. The disc was produced by Chris Masterson (The Mastersons, The Dukes), whose wife/bandmate Eleanor Whitmore also appears on the thing. Ray Wylie Hubbard’s bassist and Bob Schneider’s drummer round out the players.
— Central Track

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Songs of the Week: "Zero is a Number" by Henry the Archer

Henry the Archer's "Zero is a Number" is included in Central Track's Songs of the Week. 

This Fort Worth rocker recently linked up with the crew over at Hand Drawn Records to release this collection of music. It’s got some classic turn-of-the-millennium indie rock vibes to it, which is a nice throwback. Would this be out of place on a compilation of songs from The O.C.? Not one bit.
— Central Track

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Songs of the Week: "Back to Life" by jacQ

jacQ's single "Back to Life" is included in Central Track's Songs of the Week. 

A few weeks back, we shared with you the first single off of the Minnesota-raised, Dallas-based pop singer born Jacqueline Jaquez’s debut album. Here’s the second taste. It’s just as poppy and ambitious as the first!
— Central Track

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