Lights All Night, Texas’ longest-running EDM festival, is back with an insane lineup for their 10th anniversary! With headliners like Bassnectar, Skrillex, Virtual Self, and Louis the Child, there’s something for everyone in the rave scene at this diverse festival. …

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Lights All Night, Texas’ longest-running EDM festival, is back with an insane lineup for their 10th anniversary! With headliners like Bassnectar, Skrillex, Virtual Self, and Louis the Child, there’s something for everyone in the rave scene at this diverse festival. …

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Madeon is a producer and DJ from France who at the age of 25, has conquered the music world in ways few artists ever do. Working across genres and with a wide range of artists, Madeon’s work touches far beyond …

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Photo by RUKES, courtesy Disco Donnie Presents.

Day 1: Contributions by Walbert Castillo Shiba San b2b Walker & Royce House music is always a great vibe no matter the time of day. The 5:05pm set of Shiba San b2b Walker & Royce was one of the sets …

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Photo by Karo Cantu for White Oak Music Hall

The eccentric duo, Sofi Tukker, brought the jungle house party to White Oak Music Hall on Thursday as they stopped in Houston on their RIP Shame world Tour. The duo is multi-talented — playing instruments, singing, as well as doing …

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Photo by Ekaterina Belinskaya

Sofi Tukker is a dynamic electronic duo based out of New York, and you may have heard one of their award-winning hits like “Best Friend” and “Drinkee.” Inspired and influenced by Brazilian music and poetry, Sofi Tukker has several songs …

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Photo by Chad Wadsworth courtesy of Austin City Limits festival.

Being on top of the charts for weeks now, Lizzo gave us everything we wanted and more with her much-anticipated set on Sunday night. With a girl power-filled lineup on Sunday, Lizzo really deserved to finish out the festival at …

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Photo by Greg Noire, courtesy of Austin City Limits Festival.

All the way from Barcelona, Spain, Rosalía brought all the culture and vibrancy with her to ACL. The artist I was the most impressed by and genuinely fell in love with more after seeing live, Rosalía blew me away with …

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Photo by Katrina Barber, courtesy of Austin City Limits Festival.

Playing an iconic comeback set after having to cancel due to an injury last year, Childish Gambino put on an incredible show to top off day 2 of ACL. With a packed crowd at the American Express stage, Childish Gambino, …

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The hype was real for Billie Eilish, as a massive crowd accumulated at the Honda stage long before her performance time in anticipation of being front row for her set. Her album when we all fall asleep, where do we …

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Photo by Katrina Barber courtesy of Austin City Limits Festival.

One of the festival’s most diverse crowds was packed in front of the Honda Stage as the Australian psychedelic sensation, Tame Impala, blew the minds of hard rockers and pop fans alike. With an expansive setlist that kicked off with …

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Jai Wolf at ACL Weekend 1, courtesy of artist's official Twitter.

Jai Wolf started off day 1 with all the good vibes, as he played an early afternoon set at the T-Mobile stage. The electronic producer/DJ blew up after his song “Indian Summer” was released in 2015, as listeners fell in …

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Bayou Fem Fest held its second annual ‘Clam Jam,’ benefitting Houston Area Women’s Center and showcasing female artists while fostering a community of creativity in Houston. The event held at Avant Garden had 12 original singer-songwriters, 3 stages, great food, …

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Young Turk Recordings

Over a year ago, I started the Fresh Finds by Female Artists column on Coog Radio in an effort to support and highlight new music by women that often, unfortunately, gets overlooked. However, the purpose spans broader than this. I …

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Welcome back Coogs! And welcome to Coog Radio! Coog Radio not only provides a creative outlet for students to express themselves but also introduces them to the world of broadcasting and media journalism. Our radio shows, podcasts, and blogs represent …

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Freaky Deaky, the festival formerly known as Something Wicked, is throwing another Halloween rave party this fall in Houston. With a brand new bigger venue, a new fourth stage, and a stacked lineup of artists across electronic music, the hype …

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