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David Burd, known more famously for his stage name Lil Dicky, is an American rapper straight from Philadelphia who also integrates comedy into his raps. If you’ve ever seen his YouTube video “Ex-Boyfriend” from his first mixtape “So Hard,” you would see how it went viral and launched his career into the rap stratosphere.

Death Grips made their way down to Houston for their tour supporting their latest album The Powers that B. If you hadn’t heard, the show sold out in just a couple of days. Death Grips went through a time last year where they didn’t show up to their scheduled gigs; they weren’t even in the […]

Expanding the way musicians interact with their fans, Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment have produced something that is absolutely magical and absolutely FREE (because that’s the one thing that catches ANY college student’s attention, am I right?).

Bad Suns finally returned to Houston on their latest headlining tour after having to cancel their show at Fitzgerald’s back in February due to health issues. Warming up the crowd was Orange County based foursome, Kiev. The saying goes; “don’t judge a book by its cover,” but in this case it was more along the […]

When listening to this E.P. the following stream of words kept popping into my head; French-synth-pop-lucid-dream. If these adjectives sound interesting to you in anyway then you will definitely want to keep reading. Christine and The Queens is the musical pseudonym for the Nantes born singer-songwriter Héloïse Letissier. Although she has been releasing material in her native country […]

Odd Future’s Earl Sweatshirt opens up in his second album, released digitally Monday March 23, and gets deep into the tiny corners of his mind. Even though the album was originally planned to be a “surprise,” fans were ecstatic to finally have new jams, either way. So I, in my haste to listen to the album, bought earphones at […]

After a long night of performances by Modern Chemistry, Driver Friendly, frnkiero and the cellebration and Cartel, pop-rockers The Maine took the stage and reenergized the crowd with their new song “Miles Away” from their upcoming album “American Candy.” Lead singer John O’Callaghan joked in between songs that the new album would “win all the awards– all […]

Bo Burnham, seems to be in a constant state of permanent life crisis and has once again turned out an hour of satirical and introspective work onto the Cullen stage. On Saturday (3/7), Burnham hit up Houston to perform a show on his ‘Make Happy’ tour at the Cullen Performance Hall. Always presenting himself as […]

  “Last time I was in Houston, there were about 500 of you… now there’s about 1700.” These words, spoken by Logic in the middle of his set, display a man finally making a name for himself in the city of Houston. I have always been a fan of Logic, but this concert served as a […]

As the release of the highly-anticipated Furious 7 draws closer, Atlantic Records released two of the seven singles that will be part of the movie’s original sound track, set to release on March 17. “Ride Out” by Kid Ink, Tyga, Wale, YG and Rich Homie Quan, complete with the official music video, packs the message that […]

Despite its status as one of the most commercially successful and critically acclaimed of the metal subgenres, death metal often gets marginalized by the community at large. This probably explains its often noticeable absence from some of the bigger summer concert tour festivals such as Mayhem Fest and the now-defunct Ozzfest. There is the major […]

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