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 […]

  The tUnE-yArDs’ sound is difficult to pin down. Consisting of loop pedals, lo-fi percussion, ukulele, electric bass, saxophone, horns and vocals, this synth driven, African inspired, indie folk sound scats all over the place, much like a psychedelic jazz song. There is a lot to unpack there. And that is where you find the […]

George Miller, better known as Joji, is a Japanese-Australian Lo-fi instrumental hip-hop performer and producer. Joji up and started his musical performance by uploading to his YouTube channel called TVFilthyFrank. His alternate persona called Filthy Frank could be one of the most important reasons Joji was able to get his music rolling. By providing his 8.3+ […]

If you’re looking for an extremely diverse musician, look no further than Alex Giannascoli, an artist who simply cannot be defined into just one genre. More commonly known as (Sandy) Alex G, the multi-instrumentalist dubbed “Internet’s secret best songwriter” by Fader began his musical career writing and recording music from his own home in Pennsylvania […]

Neon Indian’s latest project, Vega Intl. Night School came on to the scene last fall and finally after a little under a year of touring and playing avant garde events (remember the video for “The Glitzy Hive” shot with GoPros?), Palomo and friends have released a visual dripping with 80’s iconography

Since 2011, girl group L.A. Witch have been earning a name for themselves in the rock world. The trio—who hail from, well, Los Angeles—is comprised of Sade Sanchez, Irita Pai and Ellie English, providing vocals and guitar, bass and organ, and drums respectively. The group self-describes as “reverb-soaked punked-out rock,” and they are not wrong. […]

I saw The Internet, Thundercat, Cashmere Cat and Neutral Milk Hotel on day three of FFFFest. The Internet performed very early in the day. They were given a short set- just 40 minutes long- but they made the most of it. Syd the Kyd got every person standing within 30 feet of the stage to […]

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