The Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 87, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 7, 2002 Page: 7 of 8
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The Rambler February 7, 2002 7
Austin based group
Endochine is "movin" on up to
the eastside" with their recent CD
This is no surprise to the
locals in Aur.tin who have been
listening to Endochine perform in
numerous venues for the past
Endochine is a four-person
alternative rock group whose
sound has been described as "like
standing at the crossroads of
where Radiohead met The
Beatles - - on their way to a
As with any group,
Endochine is a product of collec-
tive rock and roll experiences.
Other recognizable influ-
ences include Led Zeppelin, the
melodic guitar and driving beat
of the Foo Fighters, and a bit of
Defended, but only in Arlington, Port
Worth, and elsewhere in Tarrant
No promises as to results.
Any fine and any court costs are not
included in Ice for legal represent a
James R. Mallorv
the Bends. How can one catego-
rize Endochine into the alterna-
tive-rock genre with such a
diverse compilation of influ-
Casey McPherson of Lake
Jackson, Texas, and Nathan
Harlan of Houston share lead gui-
tar and vocals. Casey McPherson
also adds the psychedelic sounds
of the keyboard.
Complementing the harmo-
nious sounds of McPherson and
Harlan are the bass sounds of
Steven Six, also from Houston,
and the driving drum rhythms of
Darrell Moran of Austin.
Thus, a band is born.
Endochine's birth is attrib-
uted to Wild Street in Austin.
Wild Street is a collection of
writers, metal-artist, filmmakers,
bohemians and musicians.
The communal lifestyle in
this neighborhood allowed for
Endochine to learn more about
each other and this is what
formed the backbone of their
Prior to the recording of
their debut album "i,"
Endochine spent a little over a
year fine-tuning their live
shows by playing at venues in
their hometown such as Lucy's
Retired Surfer's Bar, the
Flamingo Cantina and
Since the release of their
CD, Endochine has been
receiving regular spins on
Austin stations such as 97.3
KLBJ. 101X KROX and even on
96.5 (Lafayette, La.).
Recommended tracks on
their new CD include "Collapse,"
"Nobody's Laughing" and
"Nobody's Laughing" and
"Discover" are faster tracks that
really pick up the CD with its
raging rhythmic drums and gui-
Darrell Moran, Nathan Harlan, Steven Six and Casey
McPherson form the rising group Endochine.
Other favorites include the
melodic tunes of "Overjoyed"
and "My Home" and the psyche-
delic sounds of "Fire."
Endochine has received a
grand response from their live
As a result, their schedule
will include more Texas cities,
including Corpus Christi, Waco
and Fort Worth.
Music listeners seeking
something new and different that
will awaken their senses should
buy the CD and attend
Endochine's upcoming perform-
ance in Denton on Feb. 8, at the
Austin should be proud of
their rising band and have no fear
because Endochine will always
be rooted in Wild Street.
LF-IHELP DOCTOR IS 1
It's 'tell-it-like-it-is' Dr. Phil
McGraw in the flesh!
McGraw is America's
favorite therapist whose life-
changing gospel is spreading
nationwide as he hits the road on
his self-help tour.
Audiences know McGraw
from his recurring television
appearances on the "Oprah
Tuesdays with 'Dr. Phi 1"
have given viewers the opportu-
nity to become familiar with the
straitforward fellow from Texas.
McGraw simply provides the
tools necessary to deal with emo-
tions. His "Get Real" challenge is
a means of counseling that allows
viewers to address the problem
and take action.
The "Get Real" challenge is
now on tour.
McGraw's goal is to change
lives. He hopes that people do
Dr. Phil McGraw advises
thousands of people
away with yesterday's routine
and get out of their comfort zones
in order to make their tomorrows
Each seminar is tailored to
the audience. Dr. Phil isn't tied to
a long script. He examines the
audience and adjusts to their
Dr. Phil is also the author of
Life Strategies, Self Matters and
In Self Matters, Dr. Phil says
that the message is that life is not
a dress rehearsal, and if you are
going to be actively involved in
it, you've got to start making pri-
orities and deciding what hap-
His books are filled with
experiences and advice that mil-
lions of people are in pursuit of.
The tactful—or tactless-
approach draws an audience
because he speaks the truth.
He helps people get real
whether it be read in a book,
heard in a seminar or on televi-
Dr. Phil fans can continue to
flock to his self-help advice as he
brings his counseling to the TV
screen five days a week.
In Fall 2002, Dr. Phil will
have his own syndicated talk
show, courtesy of Oprah.
The plan for the show is to
talk about things that matter to
people who care.
It draws upon a new level of
participation and interaction with
the studio audience and viewers
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Manning, Melanie. The Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 87, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 7, 2002, newspaper, February 7, 2002; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth253267/m1/7/: accessed April 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas Wesleyan University.