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 […]
Beach Fossils, one of the best dream-pop indie bands out there, are returning to Houston! Beach Fossils is a band from Brooklyn, New York that formed in 2009, where lead vocalist Dustin Payseur created the band as an extension of his own solo project. He pulled together a few members and they released their critically […]
Men I Trust is a Montreal based trio which has created a distinctive style that is more recognizable than any specific songs that they have released. The group’s early dance roots evolved into a psychedelic venture with electronic R&B instrumentation. This in itself created such a large audience and spread like wildfire via the Internet. However, […]
Welcome to the World of Kero Kero Bonito It’s always a great Time ‘n’ Place to go see Kero Kero Bonito perform at the Satellite Bar near University of Houston. Opening for their first show in Houston was Pearl Crush and Tanukichan. Both brought a very soft and colorful performance that set a great mood, before KKB […]
Walter’s always seems to create some of the greatest intimate shows in Houston. This night was no different. Velveteen Echo, local dream pop and indie band, kicked off the night with a lovely set. Lauren Warthen’s vocals make you want to cry, surely in a good way, while “dancing with your honey”. While most of […]
This dream pop/indie rock band originating from Blacksburg, Virginia, formed in late 2009, with lead singer Jack Tatum, bassist Jeff Haley, and guitarist Nathan Goodman. Within seven years, Wild Nothing has released three successful studio albums and three EPs, each one incomparable to the last.
After the success of Raven in the Grave, The Raveonettes are back, celebrating the release of their record Observator with a new video. “The Enemy,” just as the rest of Observator, has the Danish duo returning to form, coating new and and enticing guitar melodies with their signature fuzzed-out sound. Citing The Doors as a primary inspiration, The Raveonettes recorded […]