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Someone needs to go check the guys from Nothing More to see if their hearts are still beating. I think they left them on the stage at the House of Blues on February 23rd. With friends and family in the audience, they held absolutely nothing back at their first Texas show on their The Stories […]

It’s been a busy year for Texas native group, BROCKHAMPTON. In the span of one year they’ve managed to create a trilogy of albums, sell out a United States tour, film a feature film, have a show on Viceland, and much more. However, the group wasn’t quite finished and returned after months of silence to […]

Virtual Self, a new project taken on by Porter Robinson, is a “technic Utopia awakening” and neotrance EP. With aliases Pathselector and technic-Angel, this new artist persona and sound Porter is taking on is a darker, more glitchy and futuristic version of the sound he is so well-known for. Since his album Worlds was released in […]

Over a decade later and still selling out venues. Chevelle may have made less than a handful of radio hits but their music has spoken to thousands. It was a new experience to go to a concert that began at 6:30 PM but with the amount of music that each band had to offer, it […]

  To keep it simple, Jon Bap’s “Yesterday’s Homily” is a modern jazz fantasia. With avant garde qualities in which the voice and instrumentation work together beautifully, the album presents itself to be something of a breath of fresh air in a territory most artists wouldn’t take the risk of treading. The artist, Jon Bap, […]

This past Sunday Josh Tillman (as Father John Misty) took the lawn stage at the White Oak Music Hall as part of his Pure Comedy Tour. With Weyes Blood as an opener, this concert gave every Misty fan in Houston the show they’d been waiting for since his new album dropped, and also gave the […]

8.0/10.0 Authors Recording Company’s first signed artist, Danny Watts, has just released his debut album, Black Boy Meets World. For those who are unfamiliar with the name, Danny Watts is an artist from the beautiful city of Houston, TX. He is well-known for his lyrical ability & introspective content. Carrying a deep, heavy tone that […]

Atlanta native, 21 Savage has just come out with his long awaited commercial debut, Issa Album and… issa flop. Over the past two years, 21 has made a name for himself by taking a bare bones, more sinister approach to trap music. 21’s bleak descriptions of gang life are brought to life with his signature […]

Lady Gaga raised the roof (literally) on Sunday night when she performed for the millions watching Super Bowl 51.

In honor of Halloween coming up, it seems only fitting to rank the best films that the horror genre has to offer. While some of today’s horror films are just blatant cash grabs and remakes, the ones on this list induced fear in original and innovative ways. These are the top 5 horror films terrified audiences […]

After three years of taking time off from the pop music scene and focusing on acting, Lady Gaga is back with her highly anticipated new single “Perfect Illusion.”

Unlike the lull of Houston traffic this past Tuesday night, Vince Staples and Rocky Black turned the intimate setting of The Studio at Warehouse Live upside down.

Does the name KAYTRANADA ring a bell? Well it should because the 23 year old producer hailing from Montreal has just released his most sophisticated work yet…and lucky for us this is only the beginning.

This past Tuesday, The Maine took the stage at Houston’s own Walter’s Downtown on the last stop of their Texas mini-tour, which included shows in El Paso and San Antonio, before embarking on a full U.S. tour with Mayday Parade on the American Lines Tour.

All Time Low performed in Houston this weekend for what feels like the millionth time in their career. The Baltimore natives, who formed about 12 years ago, have been performing in Houston since 2006.

Twenty One Pilots wowed a sold-out crowd at the newly named Revention Music Center on Friday night. As for those few who weren’t in attendance, well, they missed one heck of a performance.

Last night, Neon Indian came through Houston and people were lined up and ready to move. Early in the set, he said it had been a few years since he’d been in Houston and he was happy and gracious for everyone who came to see him.

Without a doubt, Revention Music Center was one of the hottest places to be this Friday night in downtown Houston. A line of fans wrapped around the building, which made the hype for Zedd’s show was beyond impressive. Sporting everything from pink eyebrows, LED tennis shoes and furry costumes, EDM fans brought not only their […]

Since the VMAs last Sunday, in one way or another, one artists’ name has been on everyone’s lips; Miley Cyrus. Having hosted the event and creating moments that people would surely be talking about till the next VMAs, could anyone have known that to top it all off she would “pull a Beyonce” and drop […]

With a quick rise to the top in just a little over a year, Ashley Frangipane, better known by her stage name, Halsey, has kept her audience on their toes in anticipation of her first full-length album Badlands. In her short time in the spotlight, Halsey has opened up for The Kooks, Imagine Dragons and has even […]

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