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Are you struggling to get in the spirit of spooky season? Perhaps your Halloween playlist is in need of titillating tunes to invoke the witch inside you.

With the one-year anniversary of this EP approaching, I decided to analyze every track on this intricate piece of art. Christian Leave, an indie pop musician, has extended boundaries by providing a new perspective on heartbreak. In his EP, Superstar, Leave tells the story of someone trying to rekindle a faded spark while feeling inferior to their […]

El Alfa, el jefe, el criminal, the best arrived at the Smart Financial Center as the first stop of the USA tour of La Leyenda del Dembow Tour. Thousands of fans flocked in from the greater Houston area on a Thursday afternoon for the Dembow sensation, El Alfa. The Dominican artist has been gaining attraction […]

In celebration of their latest album release, Electro-pop band Owl City brought the To The Moon Tour to House of Blues along with opener, Augustana, on Wednesday night, October 11. AUGUSTANA Dan Layus has fronted Augustana as it’s singer and primary songwriter since its formation in 2002. Although the former members separated from the band […]

The 90’s and early 2000’s were full of girl power and gorgeous harmonies provided by memorable groups such as Destiny’s Child, TLC, The Spice Girls, and more. However, the recent boom in the Eastern K-Pop market has made it glaringly obvious that the West barely has any girl groups to keep up with demand, and […]

On Oct. 10, Bayou Music Center was filled with enthusiastic fans, as many awaited Janelle Monáe to walk on stage and grace the audience with her presence on her Age of Pleasure Tour. About 20 minutes before Monáe was scheduled to appear on stage, her voice echoed through the speakers, asking the audience to strike […]

A good playlist consists of a diverse variety of sounds, an element of surprise, and flows together well. It is the act of creating a concept through a mix of lyrics and sounds from a variety of artists. Playlists can convey a certain mood, keep your music organized, or you can send it to someone […]

On a cool Autumn Saturday night, the various characters of the local Houston scene gathered for an evening of loud, brutal, hardcore- amongst other things. The first opener of the night was Nothing after Death, a shoegaze-esque rock band from right here in Houston. My friend, Eight, who accompanied me, commented, “They’ve never booked a […]

From heavy metal to grunge to pyrotechnics, this tour has it all. On October 9th, Shinedown, Papa Roach and Spiritbox brought the Revolution Live Tour to the Woodlands Pavilion late Sunday night. Spiritbox Spiritbox, canadian heavy metal band, are an exceptional live band. Lead singer, Courtney LaPlante’s range effortlessly switched between hauntingly beautiful melodies to deep […]

Late Friday night, October 6, 2023, Houston welcomed back Mexican crooner Alejandro Fernandez, with open arms amid his Amor Y Patria Tour at the Toyota Center. Alex Fernandez The night was full of celebration of music, family and Mexico. Alex Fernandez, joined his father as special guest: serving as opening act and later singing alongside Alejandro […]

If you know of Omar Apollo, you see this man never has a bad song. His albums have taken a liking to more and more people as his fame grows. His last album Ivory was the cause of his sudden rise in popularity back in 2022. Mostly, known for his song “Evergreen (You Didn’t Deserve […]

Bishop Briggs and Misterwives performed The Don’t Look Down Tour at House of Blues on Wednesday, October 4th. Their highly anticipated performance was to come.

On Sunday, Oct. 8, Austin City Limits was in full swing, with thousands of attendants packing Zilker Park in anticipation of the last day of the music festival.

Tash Sultana, along with opener BAILEN, rocked the house with their North American tour, celebrating the release of two memorable albums from each of the performers. BAILEN BAILEN, an american alternative family band, blew the audience away with their three-part harmonies and stunning performance. The audience watched in awe as the band poured their emotion […]

With her last album, Planet Her, released in 2021, Doja Cat makes her grand re-entry into the music scene with her latest album release Scarlet. Dropped on September 22nd,2023, what felt like a long game of music snippets, ambiguous social media posts, internet trolling and a 360-degree aesthetic turnaround has come to a close. With […]

After a four-year hiatus, Mitski Miyawaki released two albums within two years. She released the first, Laurel Hell, in February of 2022. It garnered a lukewarm reaction from her otherwise dedicated fanbase. However, on September 15, 2023, the indie singer-songwriter updated her discography with a new album titled The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are […]

On Saturday, September 23, 3 Doors Down, featuring Candlebox, performed at the Smart Financial Centre in Sugarland, Texas; the last stop on the Away From The Sun Anniversary Tour in the United States. These two iconic bands have filled our rock and roll spirits for over twenty years and this may very well have been […]

On Thursday, Sept. 21, Tejano fans arrived at Toyota Center anticipating a performance from Mexican singer Christian Nodal. When I arrived to the Toyota Center, I noticed a sea of ranchero hats and cowboy boots. Fan were dressed in anticipation for Christian Nodal. I was in awe of the compassionate fans, and I patiently waited […]

Pentatonix performed at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion as part of their The World Tour on Thursday, September 7th. The crowd waited in great anticipation.

As the days of one hundred degree weather slowly turn into days of ninety degree weather, fall seems far away. However, cozy music always brings us into the spirit of the season no matter what the weather is like. Here is a list of a few “cozy girl autumn” songs to listen to as you […]


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