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My favorite thing about in-studio sessions is the rawness and intensity that engulfs the limited studio space. Like La Blogotheque Take-Away Shows, in-studio sessions are live, up and close, and sometimes, as personal as things can get. It’s no different from Josh Tillman, also known as Father John Misty. Goosebumps-induced performances, we can hardly imagine >> Read More




We have a large amount of great local acts hitting the Granada Theater stage in the coming weeks. For the next few weeks, we’re going to highlight some of the great local talent that you should check out in addition to the other great bands our team has on the calendar for your live music >> Read More




I was lucky enough to make it to Austin Psych Fest in 2012, and I have to say, it might be one of my favorite festivals I’ve ever been to. This year promises to be even better with acts like Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Black Angels, Deerhunter, Warpaint, Clinic, White Fence, and DIIV  just to >> Read More



2whatmademilwaukeefamous How’s this for a misleading band name? What Made Milwaukee Famous is based in Austin. The band’s name actually 




Stars’ first full-length album, Nightsongs, was released in 2001. With their sixth-album released to date, I decided to take a trip back and reminisce on the few songs that got me acquainted with the Toronto band. My personal flashback comes from hearing Heart‘s “What The Snowman Learned About Love” for the first time. Since then, >> Read More



PVT playing at Old Blue Last, London, 6 Sep 2010

As excited as we are about celebrating our 8th Anniversary Party tomorrow with Menomena, we’re equally psyched about starting the night off with Team Tomb and PVT. Team Tomb by Team Tomb Team Tomb is a band fairly new to the DFW scene. The band consists of Caleb Ian Campbell of The Polycorns, Roy Robertson >> Read More




With our 8 Year Anniversary Show coming up this next Tuesday we’ve asked some people to write an essay of their favorite Granada show of the last 8 years. Here is our intern Amanada’s favorite. The Walkmen with The Head and the Heart, Seryn. March 2011. Last week’s show marked my third time seeing The >> Read More




Here at Granada we are all very excited for tomorrow night’s show. The Walkmen have been one of my favorite bands since I first heard The Rat nearly 10 years ago (has it been that long). The boys have built up such an impressive catalog that they could play for two hours and not cover >> Read More



The Walkmen

The Walkmen know a thing or two about putting on a performance, either in a small room or the back of a moving car. We’re getting pretty antsy and excited over here watching these, prepare yourselves. We Can’t Be Beat has been on repeat in the office since it came out, if we don’t cry >> Read More




Dallas band hormones broke out in 2009 with their self released EP Look Out Below followed by to the 9s last year. This biochemically-inclined rock band sounds like a compound of punk and hard rock elements in the periodic table of rock music. The band is shrouded in mystery consisting of: beard on bass, geoff on guitar and jordan taking care >> Read More

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