Author: Mia De Los Reyes
The 80s bled with colors so bright you almost had to look away. With big hair, parties by night, and a societal progression towards a better world during the day, the 80s were about innovation in the most self-proclaimed way. The old records that your parents keep hold more secrets than you think. The roots […]
The last time Billie Marten came to Texas was in 2016. The UK born artist gave a headlining show last Thursday in Austin at 3TEN ACL. Marten released her first EP, As Long As in 2015 and gained popularity in the soft indie genre. She is currently touring in support of her most recent album release, […]
Megan Moroney released her debut album Lucky earlier this year. With her platinum selling song “Tennessee Orange,” she has gained a loyal fanbase and popularity among the country world. Moroney has sold out many shows in her first headlining tour, one of which was the Houston show. Last week Moroney gave a glitter filled yet heartfelt performance […]
Indubitably one of the best bands to listen to while “spooky season” commences, The Cramps provide the best soundtrack to go with the pumpkin and spiderweb décor. In 1972, Erick Purkhiser and Kristy Wallace formed the iconic psychobilly punk rock band. Later they took the stage names, Lux Interior and Poison Ivy. While they fell […]
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 […]
In the crevices of Houston, the Satellite Bar was a home to many beautiful shows. One of which was the show of underground “internet music” star, George Clanton back in 2021. Last week the electronic/ vaporwave artist was back in Houston for his newest album’s Ooh Rap I Ya tour. As expected, Clanton gave an […]
On Sept. 14, 1993, Morphine released their second studio album, Cure for Pain. Morphine was a band based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In the 90s Radiohead, Pixies, The Smashing Pumpkins, Sonic Youth, Pavement, and Nirvana were on the rise, creating a surge of alternative music. Morphine made alternative tracks with a unique twist. In 1989, lead vocalist […]
Through the beehive hair & black eyeliner, there was a woman with a reverence for the beauty of music. Winehouse traveled through her life with an open heart.
Patsy Cline was the first female country artist inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame and one of the most influential women in country music.
Astrud Gilberto’s graceful voice was gone too soon from the world on June 5th, 2023. Gilberto’s voice will be remembered through songs and so much more.
Last Friday I made my way to the Houston Heights record store, Vinal Edge. Each visit has supplied me with unique additions to my physical media music collections. On this Friday though, I had one specific album on my mind. On April 7th, Asheville, North Carolina’s native band, Wednesday released their third studio album, Rat Saw […]
“How you doing! Houston, Texas!,” Selena Quintanilla began her final Houston Rodeo Astrodome performance with these words. Her red lips would halo the performance microphone for the last time on February 26th, 1995. Twenty-eight years have passed and Selena’s purple glitter flared bodysuit still sparkles brightly in the minds and hearts of many fans today. […]