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Concert Review: Troye Sivan and the Blue Neighbourhood Tour
Nothing beats seeing your favorite artist perform in your city. It's even better when you're not...
SOS Fest Artist Spotlight: Beach House
Trippy, peaceful, calming, however you want to describe it, Beach House is coming to Sound on...
Album Review: Solange’s “A Seat At The Table”
Three years of silence since her last EP True, Solange has finally come back to us...
ACL Artist Spotlight: Raury
Austin, be prepared. Young Indigo child aka young coconut oil papi is...
Concert Review: James Blake
James Blake finally made it to Houston while travelling across North America for his Colour In Anything...
ACL Artist Spotlight: Melanie Martinez
Photo from artist's Instagram A Cry baby with a big heart, Melanie Martinez...
ACL Artist Spotlight: NAO
Alternative R&B, neo-soul, electronic, a little bit of everything really, Neo Jessica Joshua or better known...
Artist Spotlight: Berhana
It's so hard to pin point a certain genre when listening to songs these days. Even...
Artist Spotlight: Mabel
photo via instagram Say hello to Mabel McVey, 21-year-old singer/songwriter whose giving us...
Artist Spotlight: Aminé
Portland rapper and banana enthusiast, Aminé is making summer more vibrant with his upbeat and super...
Say hello to Sound on Sound Fest
Fun Fun Fun Fest is no more friends. But everything you loved about the awesome Austin...
Concert Review: DVSN at Warehouse Live
Awarded as Houston's "Best Musical Venue" in 2008, Warehouse Live has hosted...
Artist Spotlight: Kacy Hill
From working as an American Apparel model as well as being a back up dancer on The...
FPSF Artist Spotlight: Leon Bridges
Photo With a voice dangerously smooth and a sound rich with soul, Leon...
Album Review: The Colour in Anything by James Blake
Three years. It's been three, painfully long years since we've heard James Blake's angelic crooning in...
Artist Spotlight: Raleigh Ritchie
You may have already heard his song "Bloodsport" playing at cafes or in some shows, but...
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