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Marfa Myths: Kelsey Lu at the Marfa Visitor Center
So, as I alluded to in my previous Marfa Myths post, this...
The Onion/A.V. Club’s Just Another Manic Monday Review
South by Southwest started it's annual music festival with official showcases on...
BUKU Photo Gallery
All Photos by Waylon O'Day ...
BUKU Day 2 Review
Coverage by Waylon O'Day and Parnia Razi Noname ...
BUKU Artist Spotlight: Snakehips
The amazingly smooth R&B duo from the UK, Snakehips, have been a sensation in the soul music...
BUKU Artist Spotlight: Borgore
For a man that has created his own genre known as “Gorestep”, Borgore has created a brand that has not...
Concert Review: Big Gigantic at the House of Blues
Last night the House of Blues featured one...
Day for Night: Sunday Review
Man, it seems just like yesterday that all of us at Coog Radio were placing our...
Day for Night: Saturday Review
The Friday Summit of the third annual Day for Night was a great warm-up, both literally and figuratively, for the...
Day for Night: Friday Summit Review
The third iteration of the now heralded music-slash-arts festival that is Day for Night opened this...
Chevelle Concert Review
Over a decade later and still selling out venues. Chevelle may have made less than a...
Day for Night Artist Spotlight: Cashmere Cat
If you're a fan of house, electronic, or R&B music, Cashmere Cat is an up and...
Day for Night Artist Spotlight: Rezz
Rezz, an electronic DJ and producer, has been taking over the world with her Mass Manipulation album and tour over...
Day for Night Artist Spotlight: James Blake
James Blake is an English singer, songwriter, musician, and record producer from London whose talent has been gaining major attention...
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...
Something Wicked: Day 2 Review
Coverage by Parnia Razi and Christopher Kalwick Day two of Something Wicked definitely heated up as things...
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