http://gty.im/453052774 Cosmic punk-infatuated indie electronic music, intoxicated with love, drugs, and heavy synths, Phantogram is the quintessential band for a chaotic relationship. You know that couple that’s always breaking up but always ends up finding their way back to each other, only to fight more in an explosive and ardent manner you thought was only […]

In the past four months, the California-based music collective, Brockhampton, has taken the internet by storm. Their debut studio albums Saturation and Saturation II (released early June and late August respectively) were met with widespread critical acclaim. Their sound is an amalgamation of the early 2000s R&B, indie rock, and Odd Future-inspired alternative hip hop. […]

Coverage by Waylon O’Day and Raj Radia The second day of Sound on Sound Fest was just as good as the previous day, albeit a little more chilly. However, acts such as Beach House, METZ, and the Dillinger Escape Plan made the chilly weather all the more bearable. Here is Coog Radio’s review of day […]

http://gty.im/458213106 If you don’t know Big Boi then you don’t know hip-hop.

This group has elements of Outkast’s fun and outgoing music, and projects Odd Future-esque “we don’t give a crap” attitudes and activities, yet they have only 38.6K followers on Twitter? That has got to be a complete joke when the group is co-signed by and collaborating with acclaimed producer Pharrell. OverDoz. is a up and […]

Throwback Thursday is a (hopefully) weekly column bringing you some “old school” music every Thursday. It is designed to enlighten the young, please our target demographic, and make the old feel even older. Summer is so ill timed, especially in Texas. The one span of the year where you have the most time for fun […]

This will forever be on our summer playlist.

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