Author: Isha Merchant

Shortly following the release of their newest album, Prima/Vera, Post Sex Nachos set out on their thirty two-stop North American tour, Prima/Vera Spring Tour 2024. The band stopped in Houston, Texas on February 21st to perform for a jam-packed upstairs at White Oak Music Hall. On the same day, the Coog Radio team had the […]

The Houston music scene has recently been taken by storm as the members of the up-and-coming indie band, Elevator Days, continue to make a name for themselves. With a handful of performances and now only two singles released, they have rose in popularity with their great personalities and glowing stage presence. On February 17, 2024, […]

On Friday February 16, 2024, Ryan Beatty blessed the White Oak Music Hall stage with his beautiful vocals and amazing presence. Currently, Beatty is on his calico North America tour, celebrating his new album Calico. This album is soulful and full of moving lyrics, and his show did not disappoint. Houston was his second stop […]

Get ready. In a little under two months, the South by Southwest Music Festival will be taking over the streets of Austin, Texas and we couldn’t be more excited. From March 11th to 16th, 2024, live music will be heard from almost every music venue in the downtown Austin area. It will be a great […]

Last Monday, Faye Webster paid Houston a visit on the lawn of White Oak Music Hall. Hundreds of fans gathered on the grassy and muddy hill to witness the twenty-six year old singer-songwriter perform with her band. Her set ran about an hour long, and she performed a combination of songs from her albums I […]

On a rainy Thursday, November 9, Laufey and opener Adam Melchor astound Downstairs at White Oak Music Hall with their dreamy vocals and bright demeanor. Laufey fans lined up outside despite the harsh weather, anticipating the performance. With Men I Trust performing on the Lawn, fans listened to their set while waiting in their raincoats […]

Unknown Mortal Orchestra made a stop at Houston’s White Oak Music Hall on their V tour, celebrating and promoting the release of their fifth studio album. Out of the seventeen tracks on their setlist, seven were from V, including songs like “Nadja,” “Layla” and “Meshuggah.” That night, the band was composed of the primary regular […]

Last week, Beach fossils visited Houston on their Bunny tour. Their newest album released in June has received appreciation from long time and newer fans too. This time around, Beach fossils gave another exceptional performance at Warehouse Live.  From their first studio self-titled album in 2010 to the recent release of Bunny, many Beach Fossils […]

Music, movies, and Buc-ee’s. These three words describe the first Texas show on Vacations’ and Last Dinosaurs’ double headliner tour, TOURZILLA, at White Oak Music Hall. For most of the shows I’ve been to this year, the opener would be one or two people performing an acoustic set. I was caught by surprise when a […]

DOPE LEMON The day started at 2:15 with Dope Lemon at the Honda Stage. The first half of the set brought grunge guitar chords into a blaze. Opening with tracks such as “Honey Bones,” “Marinade,” and “Hey You,” their live music juxtaposed their mellow studio takes. In a hazy fog, the guitarist let out multiple […]

It was a bright, sunny day with clear skies. The crisp 70-degree fall weather at Zilker Park greeted guests for day two of the festival. Declan McKenna At 2:00, Declan Mckenna graced the American Express stage. With white cardboard glasses, he sang old tracks such as “Listen to You Friends.” He also pays tribute to […]

It was a sunny and hot afternoon. Thousands walked into Zilker Park, anticipating their favorite artist. It’s the start of the second weekend, and many prepare with water bottles to keep cool. The Altons The day started at 1:45 PM with The Altons on the IHG stage. Their swift harmonies and slow instrumental brought a […]

On Saturday 23, TV Girl performed a sold out show at White Oak Music Hall supporting their latest album Grapes Upon the Vine supported by Neggy Gemmy. The band surpassed their reputation and brought an infectious energy to the crowd as fans enjoyed the show. The atmosphere was calm as concertgoers sang along and danced […]

On September 13, 2023, Daniel Caesar stopped by 713 Music Hall in Houston on the Superpowers Tour. His amazing performance was accompanied by Orion Sun, an alternative singer who delighted the crowd with her soft, yet powerful voice. Tiffany Majette, better known as Orion Sun, kicked the night off with “intro,” the first song from […]

On September 11, 2023, King Krule performed an amazing sold-out show alongside pop artist LUCY (Cooper B. Handy) downstairs at White Oak Music Hall. Cooper Handy, commonly known as LUCY, kicked off the night with his catchy tunes and upbeat energy. He performed many songs across his discography, such as “My Song 10,” “NEW BEACH SONG,” and “Yes I Did.” […]

It’s happening. Later this year from October 6-8 and 13-15, the famous two-week music festival in Texas, Austin City Limits, will be back in Zilker Park. While this date is a couple of months away, it is important to plan ahead to stay at ease in a busy environment. Here is a mini list of […]

On July 21, 2023, The Drums gave an amazing performance in the Downstairs room at White Oak Music Hall. The night was full of high energy and was opened up by artist, Cold Hart. Opening the show was Jerick Quilisadio, an alternative-hip-hop singer more widely known by his artist name, Cold Hart. His performance was […]

On July 14, 2023, Binki gave an electric performance in Houston. The sold-out show was accompanied by Ernest Rareberrg in the upstairs room at White Oak Music Hall. The show began when alt-pop singer, Ernest Rareberrg, walked onto stage in a clergy robe while holding a Bible. Behind him was a guitarist in angel wings. […]

A dance party erupted inside Warehouse Live on May 5, 2023, when indie-duo Tennis stopped in Houston, Tx on the Pollen Tour. The tour is now over, but started at the end of March and included over thirty cities across the United States, with Texas as host to their last three stops. This show was […]

Mac Ayres and opener Micah Edwards swayed House of Blues with their soulful vocals and instrumentals. The air smelled of spring as we got our tickets at the box office. With tickets in our hands, we entered the venue to see walls full of décor, upstairs seating, a stocked merchandise table and a well-lit stage. […]


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