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As we all know, Spotify stops gathering users’ listening data October 31st so their people can present us with our Christmas presents on December 1st: the long-awaited Spotify Wrapped. Though it’s always bugged me a bit that all of my listening activity isn’t shown, I’m especially bugged this year, as I’ve had an active November. […]

Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull, and Ricky Martin performed their ‘The Trilogy Tour’ at Toyota Center on Saturday, November 18th. The crowd waited in anticipation.

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, […]

American Industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails was formed in 1988 in Cleveland, Ohio. Trent Reznor started the band while working in a recording studio.

There’s a running joke in my friend group that I listen to the same two artists every day: Radiohead and Taylor Swift. Despite this accurate assessment (insert an eye roll here), I think I have a fairly decent taste in music. Here are six songs I haven’t been able to stop listening to since fall […]

November 8 marks the four-year anniversary of FKA Twigs‘ Magdalene. Although four years is a relatively short amount of time, the album had such a large impact upon its release that one could believe it is much older.  FKA Twigs’ sophomore album, Magdalene, showcases an experimental approach to pop and classic club beats. The album’s […]

The Beatles not much can be said about the legendary band that hasn’t been said before. They are the musical blueprint for successive generations.

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 […]

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, […]

On Wednesday, November 1, 2023, Kevin Gates, along with special guests BigXThaPlug, Kayla G and DJ Chose, brought the Only the Generals tour to 713 Music Hall. DJ Chose Hosted by Houston’s very own DJ Chose, the show was filled with exciting new artists and lots of fan interactions. Norman Payne, a.k.a DJ Chose, grew […]

When it comes to electrifying performances and soul-stirring melodies, there are few bands that can captivate audiences quite like Sun Room. With their unique blend of indie rock and folk influences, Sun Room has captured the hearts of fans worldwide. For their headlining Houston show at The Studio at Warehouse Live, they did just that. […]

Sean Kingston is performing at UH this Homecoming, and people aren’t too thrilled about it. On November 9, 2023, Jamaican R&B singer Sean Kingston will be headlining the homecoming concert, along with student band, Orion 224. Kingston is an artist known for his many global hits, such as “Beautiful girls,” “Fire Burning” and “Eenie Meenie” […]

If you enjoy listening to relaxing music during your study sessions, you might be familiar with Lofi Girl. Even if you don’t listen to Lofi Girl, you are probably familiar with the lo-fi aesthetic of an anime girl sitting at a desk studying next to a window with a cat. Lofi Girl is a phenomenon […]

Chappell Roan dazzled her Houston audience on her The Midwest Princess Tour with an amazing performance from her openers, and her debut album The Rise and Fall of a Midwest Princess at the House of Blues. For context, Chappell Roan is a drag persona for the 25-year-old singer songwriter Kayleigh Rose. Much of Roan’s music […]

Unknown Mortal Orchestra made a stop at Houston’s White Oak Music Hall on their V tour, celebrating and promoting the release of their fifth studio album. Out of the seventeen tracks on their setlist, seven were from V, including songs like “Nadja,” “Layla” and “Meshuggah.” That night, the band was composed of the primary regular […]

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 […]

On Thursday, October 19, Houston based indie-pop band, Orion 224, had an insanely packed show at UH’s the Nook Rooftop Bar. The Houston show was the opening night in their Hasn’t Been The Same Since tour, in which they visited San Antonio, Austin and Dallas over a jam-packed weekend. At the newly reopened The Nook […]

Atlanta RnB star 6lack sold out the Bayou Music Center for his Since I Have A Lover Tour alongside St. Louis rising artist Jordan Ward.  As the doors opened for the Houston crowd, fans were serenaded by ambient music with purple lighting and a stage full of different shrubs of flowers. Hailing from St. Louis […]

Music, movies, and Buc-ee’s. These three words describe the first Texas show on Vacations’ and Last Dinosaurs’ double headliner tour, TOURZILLA, at White Oak Music Hall. For most of the shows I’ve been to this year, the opener would be one or two people performing an acoustic set. I was caught by surprise when a […]

Many of us had an “emo” phase in middle school. Whether we told our parents “it’s not just a phase” or not, I never really grew out of the music. As I’ve been into pop punk and “emo” music again recently, I’ve compiled my all-time favorite songs of the scene. Additionally, with the When We […]


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