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The 90’s and early 2000’s were full of girl power and gorgeous harmonies provided by memorable groups such as Destiny’s Child, TLC, The Spice Girls, and more. However, the recent boom in the Eastern K-Pop market has made it glaringly obvious that the West barely has any girl groups to keep up with demand, and […]

On a cool Autumn Saturday night, the various characters of the local Houston scene gathered for an evening of loud, brutal, hardcore- amongst other things. The first opener of the night was Nothing after Death, a shoegaze-esque rock band from right here in Houston. My friend, Eight, who accompanied me, commented, “They’ve never booked a […]

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 […]

Bessie Smith has paved the way for Jazz and Rock n’ Roll and has inspired stars such as Janis Joplin and Norah Jones. From Tennessee, the African-American singer became the voice of the 1920’s. With songs of heartbreak, struggle, and sorrow, Smith carried the Jazz Renaissance. Nicknamed the “Empress of the Blues,” her soulful vocals […]

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.

Peso Pluma’s first visit to Sugarland remained unforgettable, with two outstanding performances at Smart Financial Center. He and opening rapper Aleman carried their proud Mexican roots to 6,000 fans Thursday, August 10, and Friday, August 11. It was a sunny day Thursday August 10, as I lined up for the show. Fans in lavish outfits […]

Disturbed performed their “Take Back Your Life” tour at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on Thursday, July 27th. The crowd was filled with excitement.

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.

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. […]

Bebe Rexha performed for her tour, “Best F’n Night Of My Life,” at the House of Blues on Monday, June 26th. The crowd waited for her much-expected performance.

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.

A CD from the local Barnes and Nobel help me dive into the 1960’s country star lyrics of heartache and longing for unrequited love. Patsy Cline’s soothing country vocals accompanied by The Jordanaries’ strings brought the country sensation into stardom during the mid-1950s and early 1960s. Despite the vocals being raw and vulnerable, a different […]

On Thursday, May eleventh, Lewis Capaldi performed a sold-out show with Medium Build at the 713 Music Hall during the Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent Tour. The night was filled with laughter, tears and good vibes all around. If you’re a fan of sad lyrics combined with goofy personalities and strong vocals, these […]

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 […]

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. […]

Ryan Beatty returns to the music world with his new single “Ribbons,” a song that looks inside the insecurities and depression he dealt with throughout his career. It dives into his feelings about fame and his obsession with what the media taught him. Being a pop star since his early teens impacted his mind. An […]

Maná performed for their highly anticipated tour, “Mexíco Lindo y Querido,” at the Toyota Center on Thursday, March 30th.

Meet Me @ The Altar performed for their first tour, “Past // Present // Future” named after their debut album at the Bronze Peacock at House of Blues Tuesday, March 28th. The crowd was filled with enthusiasm and anticipation for their performance.

Joey Valence & Brae performed for the first time in Houston on Tuesday, March 21st, at the Bronze Peacock, with passionate and playful energy filling the venue.

Two of the biggest staples in the Latin music world released three new tracks, along with announcing their engagement. Ever since they confirmed their relationship in September of 2021, Spanish singer Rosalía and Puerto Rican singer Rauw Alejandro have become one of Latin music’s favorite couples. The couple have finally released their first collaborative work […]


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