“The Finest Hours”: Phone Interview with Casey Affleck and Chris Pine

In Disney’s latest live action release, the amazing true story of the sailors on the SS Pendleton comes to the big screen.  Read more ›

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Mainstream Meltdown: The Curse Of Top 40 Radio

I never knew it would come to this.

We all have that one musician or band that we are super dedicated to. You stumbled across them and immediately felt a connection to their music. You spend days binge-listening to their songs in your room, on the way to class and everywhere else. You tell all of your friends about them and force them to listen to your favorite songs (Let’s face it. They’re coming to town soon and you need someone to love them with you so you don’t go to the concert alone) but they are just not having it. Read more ›

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Concert Review: G-Eazy at Revention Music Center

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G-Eazy (Photo by Rupal Mehta)

On a humid Monday night, Bay Area native Gerald Gillum (better known as G-Eazy) stepped on stage with high energy and enthusiasm to show Houston a good time, all thanks to Scoremore Shows.

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Concert Review: Le$ at Warehouse Live

Photo by Madeline Robicheaux

Photo by Madeline Robicheaux

If you missed Sunday’s Le$ concert, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with a complete review of the show. Houston hosted the closing night of the H-Town underground star’s Steak X Shrimp Tour, which saw a lot of hazy clouds, up and coming artists, and some surprising faces. Read more ›

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Concert Review: Grace Potter at House of Blues

Grace Potter Photo by Madeline Robicheaux

Grace Potter
Photo by Madeline Robicheaux

Hypnotizing with her mojo hair, Grace Potter brought cosmic vibes to Houston’s House of Blues.

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Giant Kitty’s New Video Will Make You Say ‘Whoa’

Houston punk act Giant Kitty just released the video for their song “Don’t Stop That Bus,” their ode to America’s favorite surfer-accented actor who knows kung-fu.  If you’ve never heard these ladies (+ gentleman), you’re in for a treat.  They were nominated for Best Punk Act by Houston Press in 2015, and 2016 is shaping up to be their best year ever.

Their new album, This Stupid Stuff, drops January 29th on Innsbruck Records, and they’ll be celebrating at Walter’s with Fea and Only Beast.

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