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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 Feb. 27, Olivia Rodrigo held a stunning show at Toyota Center for her GUTS world tour. This event was truly not one to miss as Rodrigo grows in fame and popularity. At just twenty-one years old, Rodrigo packed the venue to its brim, with fans rushing into the concert donned in white, purple and […]

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, […]

Forming in Hoboken, N.J. in the early 1980s, Yo La Tengo (Spanish for “I got it”) began paving their path. By the early 90s, lovebirds Georgia Hubley and Ira Kaplan found the final addition to the band, bassist player James McNew. Now almost forty years later, Yo La Tengo is still on the road.  Supporting […]

Today, we will highlight some of my favorite R&B songs from each decade to truly appreciate the changes and progression of such a beautiful genre of music.

Off Record Media celebrates a new rebrand and office with a rocking show at Starseed Hostel. On the bill was Juvenoia, Hazy Sky and Superheated Microplastic. It was an exciting day on February 1, 2024, when Off Record announced some big changes. Including a name change from Off Record Blog to Off Record Media, they […]

Shortly following the release of their newest album, Prima/Vera, Post Sex Nachos set out on their thirty two-stop North American tour, Prima/Vera Spring Tour 2024. The band stopped in Houston, Texas on February 21st to perform for a jam-packed upstairs at White Oak Music Hall. On the same day, the Coog Radio team had the […]

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 […]

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 […]

On Friday February 16, 2024, Ryan Beatty blessed the White Oak Music Hall stage with his beautiful vocals and amazing presence. Currently, Beatty is on his calico North America tour, celebrating his new album Calico. This album is soulful and full of moving lyrics, and his show did not disappoint. Houston was his second stop […]

Wrapping up black history month, I wanted to discuss some of my favorite black musicians who have influenced me today. The pioneers who have paved the way.

This playlist is a compilation of my favorite songs from the Houston-based bands that keep the local music scene alive. All the bands on this list are currently active, and I’ve even had the privilege of seeing a lot of them live! While the bands on this list vary in genre, they are all united […]

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 […]

Mipso stopped by White Oak Music Hall on February 9th for their Book of Fools tour. Many awaited in anticipation for the performances to come.

Extraordinary levels of performance and innovation have cemented black creatives as indispensable figures in the music industry.

As 2014 nostalgia is running rampant on TikTok, this year brought us many good love songs. Many of these remain iconic today and evoke nostalgia of Gen Z’s younger teenage years. Listening to these love songs this Valentine’s day will surely bring good vibes to the day. 1. “A Sky Full of Stars” by Coldplay […]

Indie-pop is taking over the Houston music scene, and I honestly kinda like it. Elevator Days, a newer band, has been dominating the local scene with their song “Call Me When You Get Home.” The song itself has a garage band feel, it feels very authentic and raw, but with a touch of an upbeat […]

For one week only, the Hobby Center showcased Les Misérables, inspired by the classic novel written by Victor Hugo. Les Misérables, a highly successful sung-through pop opera known worldwide, has been making its way across America for quite some time now. This epic showcase has been pulling at the heartstrings of theater-lovers for over forty […]

The 2024 Besame Mucho Festival is coming up and the people could not be more excited. The one-day festival will be held in Austin at the Circus of Americas and this lineup is for lovers of Latino old-school music. The lineup includes stars from all genres like Gloria Trevi, Juanes, Banda MS, and Los Tigres […]

Each year, thousands of people fill the city of Austin to attend the massive city-wide South by Southwest festival (SXSW); a nine-day long showcasing of the best and newest in music, film and technology. Locals and visitors of Austin alike join together to enjoy music and comedy showcases, film and tv screenings, exhibitions, networking opportunities, […]


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