Caroline Polachek does it all. As a songwriter, producer, singer, and director, her discography reflects the level of deep care and intention that she holds for her work. She has been nearly a lifelong musician, beginning her journey as a choir kid. Years later, the artist has contributed to countless culturally influential musical projects. On […]
Fifteen years after John Lennon’s death in 1980, the remaining members of The Beatles began to work on arranging the last song that Lennon wrote, “Now and Then.” Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, and George Harrison tried their best to include Lennon’s vocals, but because of the inferior technology of the tapes, they were unsuccessful. However, […]
There are few albums that resonate with me as strongly as Sampha’s debut album Process. We’re six years on from that record; three years on from the first time I pressed play on the project. Finally, Sampha Sisay – known for giving a voice to the musings of this generation’s biggest icons – has blessed […]
If you know of Omar Apollo, you see this man never has a bad song. His albums have taken a liking to more and more people as his fame grows. His last album Ivory was the cause of his sudden rise in popularity back in 2022. Mostly, known for his song “Evergreen (You Didn’t Deserve […]
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 […]
Melanie Martinez released the deluxe version of her album PORTALS on April 5. This album is somehow nothing like her past discography, but still stays loyal to what she is most recognizable for, her amazing storytelling. Her lyricism is always chilling and enthralling, which makes this album good. She dropped the song “DEATH” as a […]
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.
Finding artists with such great potential is an incredible feeling, and Syo is no different. Born and raised in Houston to a Nigerian household, his take on the sound of Neo-Soul is something worth listening to in his new album, Table Manners. The listening party took place at The 77 in Bellaire. The space was […]
Who are Inhaler? The four boys from Dublin are back to give the world more of their Beatles feel-good music vibe. Elijah Hewson, the frontman of Inhaler, is the son of Paul David Hewson, also known as Bono of U2. The “nepo-baby” makes it known that he doesn’t want to be under his father’s shadow. […]
Indigo De Souza catapulted the month with her new single “Younger & Dumber,” a somber take on nostalgia toward past relationships. With an upcoming headliner tour and her new album All Of This Will End, set to release in April 2023, Souza presents fans with a new era following her 2021 album Any Shape You Take. […]
Lil Yachty is back but in a different format. The return of Lil Boat after two years comes in the form of a new genre-bending album, Let’s Start Here. If you aren’t already familiar with the positive Atlanta flair that Lil Yachty brings, this album will offer insight as an adaptation to his previous self and […]
2022 has passed, and with it, a new year of music begins! We will discuss Shakira and Miley’s most recent releases, backstory, and what is yet to come!
Paramore have shared their latest single from the upcoming album This Is Why, and it’s guaranteed that the track will get you moving. Paramore’s album rollout has remained cryptic and continues to surprise fans alike. The band’s last single called “The News” was released in early December, after another series of cryptic messages on their […]
On November 2nd, indie artist hemlocke springs (stylized as spelled) released “girlfriend” on all streaming services after going viral when she teased the catchy bridge on TikTok. Currently, the audio has about 33.7K hits on the platform, and has been used by popular TikTokers and even music artist Khalid. Since its release last week, she […]
Throughout the night, MAX demonstrated his relentless charisma and boundless energy which surrounded the entire venue. On Thursday, November 10th, MAX performed at House of Blues for his North America Tour. A full crowd was waiting in anticipation for what was to come. Performing as MAX’s opener was Sara Kays, which with the full and […]
Houston is filled with so much promising talent from all backgrounds and genres. Many amazing musicians go unnoticed and only a select few make it to the top. Dyllyn is definitely one of those rising artists to keep an eye on in the Houston music scene. Dyllyn is a multifaceted artist, writer and producer based […]
This October was a big month for new music releases. Carly Rae Jepsen’s The Loneliest Time is one of the most notable albums. Jepsen’s sixth studio album is not only one of Jepsen’s best, but the best pop album of the year. The album takes visual inspiration from folk or western aesthetics, but is still […]
With a grandeur presence on stage and amazing crowd engagement, Echosmith enveloped the venue with excitement. On Friday, November 4th, Echosmith performed at House of Blues in Houston for their current Hang Around Tour. Performing as Echosmith’s first opener was Band of Silver, a sibling trio from Nashville consisting of lead singer Avery, guitarist/singer Alex, […]