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After a few months of controversy, the Mexican artist Peso Pluma bounced back with his fourth studio album, Exodo. Releasing the record on June 20, 2024, he shocked fans with 24 tracks featuring other corridor artists such as Eslabon Armado, Ivan Cornejo, Junior H, and Natanael Cano. With over an hour of songs, ranging between […]

On June 7, 2024, Charli xcx released her sixth studio album, BRAT, an electro-pop album featuring fifteen tracks. This record is filled with fun electro-pop anthems about her celebrity status, relationship status and other intimate vulnerabilities hidden behind gothic synths over breakbeats and heavily affected vocals. Charli began teasing BRAT in February releasing “Von Dutch,” the […]

While I grew up in an era where bachata was widely respected and appreciated, I learned that that was not always the case.

On Wednesday, May 29th, 2024, guests from all over the Houston area sold out the 713 Music Hall for the legendary singer, songwriter and record producer T-Pain and his crew. Every available seat and space was occupied as everyone eagerly awaited the start of the Wiscansin Tour. Young Cash and DJ Slick DJ SLICK305 fired […]

On Sunday, May 26th, Madison Beer brought the Spinnin’ Tour to the Bayou Music Center along with guest artists USAHL and Destiny Rogers. Destiny Rogers Californian artist Destiny Rogers kicked off the night with her renowned R&B harmonies and smooth vocals. Despite her short set time, she managed to perform some of her best tracks, […]

On Tuesday, April 30, the Hobby Center put on the Tony Award-winning new musical, A Girl From the North Country. Featuring a unique take Bob Dylan‘s discography, this musical tells the story of wayward travelers whose lives intersect in a guest house filled with music, life, and hope. Set in 1934 in Duluth, Minnesota (Bob […]

If you haven’t made plans yet, the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival is a must for your summer schedule. This internationally acclaimed musical campout is held each June on a beautiful 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee. This festival brings together some of the best performers in music, including rock, Americana, hip-hop, electronica, and more. Headliners […]

On March 1, 2024, Faye Webster released her fifth studio album, Underdressed at the Symphony, a genre-blending piece consisting of ten tracks. The album creates a dreamy, philosophical place, where Webster asks questions and confesses truths. Since June 2023, the singer-songwriter has been releasing the occasional single, teasing an upcoming era. Finally, earlier this year, […]

A Brief Look on Jazz History Jazz, a uniquely American genre, emerged in the early 19th and 20th centuries in New Orleans, Louisiana. The 1920s marked its peak, introducing big band jazz, smooth vocalists, and experimental musical aspects. This distinct blend of elements makes Jazz a musicality like no other. To pay tribute to its […]

How does a band with only one album from twenty three years ago still have 500,000 monthly listeners on Spotify? This is the case for the band “The Moldy Peaches.” A leader in the “anti-folk” genre and a hit of the 2000s New York music scene, The Moldy Peaches disappeared after just one fully produced […]

Although the rodeo festivities were halted due to a severe storm that brought heavy rain and hail, 75,600 fans still gathered to watch the Jonas Brothers, an American pop rock band, reunite after fourteen years off stage, breaking the all-time attendance record of RodeoHouston by just five people. We’ve had a few incredible stops in Houston. But […]

After a fun packed eventful Rodeo season so far, bringing in thousands of fans in just a few days, Zac Brown Band kept things relatively cozy in comparison. The band is not new to the rodeo; having performed at the NRG stadium a whopping ten times over the years. Though the crowd was smaller than […]

On March 5th, The Hobby Center presented Beetlejuice, a hilarious musical adaptation of one of Tim Burton’s classic hit movie of the same name. This new Broadway show tells the story of Lydia Deetz, a strange and unusual teenager whose whole life changes when she meets a recently deceased couple and a demon with a […]

On March 6th at Houston’s House of Blues, Coog Radio had the opportunity to sit down with pop singer-songwriter Natalie Jane. Although Natalie Jane had to cancel her Houston performance due to health issues, we were able to speak with her prior to the cancellation. Interviewer Isha Merchant chats with Jane about her feelings about […]

On March 6th at the NRG stadium, Jelly Roll, an American country singer and songwriter from Tennessee, performed his biggest show in his music career. Filled with beautiful medleys, a phenomenal fiddler and a surprise guest, this was a memorable show not just for the audience, but for Jelly Roll himself. Although Jelly Roll has […]

The tremendous one-day fest of Besame Mucho Festival in Austin, TX happened this past weekend. Full of legendary artists throughout the decades and different genres, this festival had something for everyone. The sun was out but the wind blew a crisp breeze throughout the night; here is our recap of the artist we saw! Kinky […]

On Friday, March 1, 50 Cent brought a sexy, high-energy performance to RodeoHouston at the NRG Stadium. With 74,729 fans in attendance that night, just a few hundred tickets away from breaking the highest-attended RodeoHouston shows for a hip-hop headliner, the night was sure to be one to remember. Born Curtis Jackson in Jamaica, Queens, New York, […]

Glorb, an artist whose identity remains hidden, has left his mark on 2023 in a unique way. While most artists tend to use their voice in their craft, Glorb has mastered mixing the different A.I. voices of characters in Spongebob Squarepants, a popular cartoon. In an array of singles, Glorb has created a new storyline […]

In collaboration with the Hobby Center for Performing Arts, Harrison Guy and his team at Urban Souls Dance Company performed a unique dance experience called Souls of Black Houston on Saturday February 10th. In addition to the highlight of the night and arguably Guy’s greatest work, “Colored Carnegie,” the story of Houston’s first Black library, the program […]

There’s something really special about witnessing beginner artists in your own generation learning how to work on their craft, find their footing in the music industry and learning how to be a successful artist. I’ve picked out two such artists, both of whom I’ve been following long enough on the internet to understand how their […]


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