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Month: November 2017
Local Concert Alert: Kelela
Airy vocals and strong lyricism, Kelela is an Ethiopian-American singer from Washington DC. Known for her...
Day for Night Artist Spotlight: Priests
Living their lives as punk activists, Priests originate from a city rich with political activism and...
Day for Night Artist Spotlight: Pretty Lights
Pretty Lights is an American electronic music producer, often called and known as the "face and...
Concert Review: Mild High Club
Mild High Club's name is a play on words akin to a joke, but make no mistake, their...
Concert Review: Death Grips and Ministry
Last Friday, at White Oak Music Hall, I had the opportunity to...
Day for Night Artist Spotlight: Earl Sweatshirt
Don’t you hate it when someone just as old as you says something wiser...
Day for Night Artist Spotlight: Jamie xx
Jamie xx is best known for his work with the English indie pop band, the xx....
Day for Night Artist Spotlight: Kaytranada
I like to start most spotlights...
Day for Night Artist Spotlight: Phantogram
Cosmic punk-infatuated indie electronic music, intoxicated with love, drugs, and heavy synths, Phantogram is the quintessential...
Mala Luna Music Festival: Day 2 Review
Coverage by Yuliana Bourdin and Kyle Moreau Day one of Mala Luna was one for the record...
Concert Review: SadGirl, The Paranoyds, and Velveteen Echo
Walter's always seems to create some of the greatest intimate shows in Houston. This night was...
Grandmilly & Shozae Interview
Grandmilly & Shozae are two New York artists, a rapper/producer combination, that are currently on the...
Coog Radio Updates
Mala Luna Music Festival: Day One Review
Coverage by Yuliana Bourdin and Kyle Moreau The Mala Luna Music festival returns to San...
Chris Brown’s Heartbreak on a Full Moon Album Review
It is quite odd for a major pop star like Chris Brown to release an album...
Something Wicked: Day 2 Review
Coverage by Parnia Razi and Christopher Kalwick Day two of Something Wicked definitely heated up as things...
Concert Review: Khruangbin and Chicano Batman
In the world of music, sometimes less is more. Whether it be through the amount of...
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