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Concert Review: Bonobo and Jeremy Sole
When you go to an organic show, you will know. The sounds that emanate from the...
Austin City Limits: Day Three
Coverage by Waylon O'Day and Junior Fernandez The third and final day of...
Austin City Limits: Day Two
Coverage by Waylon O'Day and Junior Fernandez The second day of this year's Austin City Limits Music...
Austin City Limits: Day One
Coverage by Waylon O'Day and Junior Fernandez Every October, something special happens in...
Concert Review: Car Seat Headrest and the Black Angels
After coming off of what one review called a low-energy performance at last weekend's Austin City...
ACL Artist Spotlight: Tove Lo
Swedish singer/songwriter Tove Lo is coming back to Austin for this year's ACL festival and you...
Concert Review: Whitney
The melancholic folk indie super-group, Whitney, made up of former members of both the Smith Westerns...
Concert Review: Father John Misty
This past Sunday Josh Tillman (as Father John Misty) took the lawn stage at the White...
Local Concert Review: Sugar Candy Mountain
Sugar Candy Mountain is a psychedelic pop band based out of Oakland, California. The band is...
Concert Review: Mac DeMarco and The Flaming Lips
Coverage by: Waylon O'Day and Julian Combong Revenetion Center was the place to...
Local Concert Review: Brockhampton
I had been aching to see Texas native "boy band", Brockhampton, live ever since they dropped...
Concert Review: Open Mike Eagle
Chicago native, Open Mike Eagle, made his way to Houston’s Secret Group this past weekend as...
Princess Nokia “1992” Tour: Show Review
Last Thursday Princess Nokia, up and coming rapper from New York City, visited Warehouse Live as...
Boome1000 Exclusive & Show Review
Boome1000, a rapper from Dallas, came to Houston this last Thursday for a sold out show...
FPSF and Pop Up Concert Review
As many Houstonians and local festival fans know, Free Press Summer Festival doesn't have the best...
BUKU 2017 Hangover Gallery
It's only been a couple of weeks and we're still feeling the Buku hangover here at Coog Radio, relive that...
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