concert review

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, […]

On Tuesday, July 11, Wallice and Nitefire performed wonderfully at Antones Nightclub in Austin, Texas. The Texan crowd rejoiced in the artist’s optimistic energy and feel-good indie rock music. At 8 pm, on the dot, Nitefire arrives on stage eager to perform. The lead singer, Nico, wears a suit and polka dot tie, juxtaposing his […]

Eslabon Armado obtains acoustic bliss by turning their heartbreak into a heartfelt corridos for Houstonians to enjoy. On Friday, July 7th at 7 pm, the doors to Smart Financial Center welcomed fans to enjoy their favorite ranchera band. Fans gathered at the venue in a sea of blue jeans and ranchera hats, eager to hear […]

D4VD and opener Scott James’ angelic voices soothe White Oak Music Hall. The air was saturated with 100-degree weather as fans waited for D4VD outside the venue on Sunday, June 25. After an intense first visit to Houston in February, D4VD returned to White Oak with a larger crowd and a brighter smile. Despite the […]

Tears were shed and giggles shared as Indie Singer-Songwriter Leith Ross graced the White Oak Music Hall stage this past Monday. The artist, whose original songs blew up on TikTok after posting singing clips, held one of the most intimate and heartwarming concerts I’ve experienced to date. The concert additionally featured songs from opener act […]

Performing at 713 Music Hall on April 8th, 2023, Blue October and the Beatnik Bandits brought an emotional and heartfelt night to Houston filled with tears, excitement, confessions and soul on the Spinning the Truth Around Tour. Fairly new to the music scene, Beatnik Bandits, a folk-rock band from Austin, Texas, opened the night. This […]

JAWNY and opener SEB give an exciting show upstairs at Houston White Oak Music Hall. It was a rainy Thursday on April 8th, 2023. The weather could have been better, so I feared getting to the show would be a hazard. While we waited in line for the sold-out show, it started pouring rain. A […]

After a long week of performing at the SXSW Festival in Austin, Indigo De Souza ended her Texas trip with a tour stop at The Secret Group in downtown Houston. On a cloudy Sunday, many of her fans, including myself, waited outside the venue in anticipation of the sold-out show on March 19, 2023. After […]

Both upbeat alternative/punk bands, Surf Curse and Toner, rocked out at Warehouse Live. The whole show was up-tempo and the crowd had a blast jumping up and down to the songs. People were drenched in sweat by the end of the night from being inside the mosh pit. Overall, the show was a success. The […]

Bazzi showcased his spectacular stage presence and synergy with the crowd. On Tuesday, October 18th, Bazzi performed at Houston’s House of Blues. With no opener, the crowd waited patiently for his entrance. In a rush of silence, music slowly came out from the speakers getting gradually louder and louder when it suddenly cut and then […]

Just last month Jessie Reyez dropped her newest album YESSIE after a two year wait since her last project BEFORE LOVE CAME TO KILL US. Houston was her third stop on her tour with supporting acts SADBOI and Armani White. The Colombian artist, Jessie Reyez delivered a beautiful show with a live band and vocals […]

After dropping his last album DAYTONA in 2018, Pusha T released his awaited album It’s Almost Dry in April 2022. The album was executively produced by Ye and Pharrell Williams, and has star-studded features like JAY-Z, Lil Uzi Vert, and Kid Cudi. Virginia’s own Pusha T put on an amazing show at Houston’s House of […]

“We’ve missed you, Houston” – says the lead singer Oliver Sykes of Bring Me The Horizon. The band made their momentous return to Houston since 2019. Houston’s very own 713 Music Hall at the POST had such amazing energy as everyone was anticipating the big show. Bring Me The Horizon hails from the streets of […]

GTS Presents: Winter Wonder Rock kicked off on Sunday, January 16th at three in the afternoon and went until nearly Midnight. The poster going around social media listed 25 bands on the ticket that would be sharing the time between the upstairs and downstairs stages of White Oak Music Hall. To start off I will […]

Indie rock band Beach Bunny made their way to Houston during their Blame Game North American tour with opener Miloe. Before doors opened at 7PM, it was easy to overhear everyone in line talking about their favorite Beach Bunny tracks and their fame status on TikTok. As soon as you entered the venue, the first […]

On October 14, singer-songwriter SZA announced a set of shows that will happen throughout November. She described the shows as “not being a tour,” but rather “intimate performances” she would play in a few cities. One of her stops was in Houston at Warehouse Live and I immediately got tickets, which was such a good […]

The dog-days of summer are upon us here in Houston. The night arrives sooner and the breeze feels cooler. It’s Friday the 13th, yet Downtown has a calm demeanor about it. The iconic neon blue sign of House of Blues shines brightly in the setting summer sky and onto the surrounding street. Tonight, I’m seeing […]

As part of Coog Radio, I got the chance to go and see YBN Cordae on his first-ever tour through Houston, and I have to admit, I wish I could go back. The lost boy came to Houston and found a family in his fans. The first thing that I feel like I should mention […]

Los reyes de la bachata flaunt their throne for a Houston crowd on Sunday night.    That’s right, the boys are back for round 2. Are you ready?    The evening began early for many. Although all seating was assigned, many arrived before doors opened. A good 90% arrived dressed to the nines, especially the […]

Keep all hands and feet inside of the Nightrain! Guns N’ Roses charges at full steam into their set at Austin City Limits.    The notorious kings of 80’s and 90’s rock are more than capable of headlining a festival the size of ACL. The sun hadn’t even begun to set Friday evening when pockets […]


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