Her’s was an Indie Rock band based in Liverpool, England, featuring a talented duo Stephen Fitzpatrick (Vocals/Guitar) and Audun Laading (Bass guitar/Backing vocals). Their debut album Invitation to Her’s was released under the radar in 2018, but was full of …

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Victoria Mousa

SALES, an Orlando-based indie pop band, is currently on their spring tour of the south. I had the pleasure of attending their Houston show at White Oak Music Hall on Thursday, April 4th. Lauren Morgan and Jordan Shih, the permanent …

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Slipping herself into a pink, silky nightgown with food stuffed on her palette, Clementine Creevy carries an electric guitar, ready to make one of 2019’s most emo albums. If Cherry Glazerr was a movie, Creevy would be Tarantino—director, writer, and always …

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I think there’s been a mistake…With the performance that Naked Giants gave alongside Car Seat Headrest, there were definitely no openers, just two amazing headliners. Vintage tees, Doc Martens, and of course, beanies. That basically sums up the ambience of …

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Wait who? If you’ve never heard of them, with a name like theirs, you won’t be forgetting them for a while. Unlike a lot of stagnant sounds coming from other indie rockers nowadays, Car Seat Headrest delivers emotionally captivating music …

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Dev Hynes is a songwriter/producer who has written or produced for many incredible acts like A$AP Rocky, Tinashe, Solange Knowles, Florence + The Machine and many more. He reinvented himself into what many know him today as Blood Orange. Dev …

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House of Blues, 11/27/2018

All Photos taken by Leslie Campos, at House of Blues Houston 11/27/2018 Brother Bird The Front Bottoms   Manchester Orchestra   A large and diverse crowd comprised of diehard rock fans flooded House of Blues on Tuesday, Nov. 27th. Although …

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On Sunday, October 21, Wavves stopped by Satellite Bar as part of their current “I Love You” tour. Accompanied by A Giant Dog and Brother Sports, the night was wild to say the least. Named after singer-songwriter Nathan Williams’, fear …

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If you are into discovering local bands like I am, take a second to check out my some fellow Houstonians, and my sweet friends, Astragal. The dreamy indie-punk trio consists of Sam Enkelmann on drums, David Sosa on bass, and …

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Japanese Breakfast first officially came on the scene in 2016 with their debut album, Psychopomp, and have been slowly but surely rising in popularity ever since. Before we delve any further, here are a couple of misleading things to note …

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The Replacements are an ’80s punk rock/alternative outfit from Minneapolis, Minnesota, whose claim to fame is drinking and a “100 steps forward and 99 steps back” approach to success. Like all great rock acts before them, they developed a fairly extensive rock mythology …

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It is not unheard for bands to gain and release members throughout their musical run, but it is almost unheard of for a band to reach up to 15 members, let alone borrowing members from more than five bands at …

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Venues have to put up warning signs when this band comes into town. It’s best if you bring a poncho to their shows, if you don’t want to get messy. If you like your hearing, you might as well walk …

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Imagine a longboard cruising down a cement boardwalk. To your left is an expanse of sand. Off the pace is the ocean, refracting the rays of the sun. It’s beginning to set. You’ve got your sunglasses on, but you can …

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This past weekend was a fantastic weekend for one of Houston’s best venues, Walter’s. We start off on Saturday which included two great bands, Bully and Smut, that eventually lead to two stunning performances. The night was opened by the Cincinnati …

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