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In one of the early teasers for MAX’s new proudy controversial series The Idol, the question is posed “When was the last truly-f***ing nasty, nasty, bad pop-girl?”. Though the line comes from a series whose contents and themes have been (and should be) examined with a critical lens, I still sat and pondered the question. […]

Tears were shed and giggles shared as Indie Singer-Songwriter Leith Ross graced the White Oak Music Hall stage this past Monday. The artist, whose original songs blew up on TikTok after posting singing clips, held one of the most intimate and heartwarming concerts I’ve experienced to date. The concert additionally featured songs from opener act […]

On Thursday, May eleventh, Lewis Capaldi performed a sold-out show with Medium Build at the 713 Music Hall during the Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent Tour. The night was filled with laughter, tears and good vibes all around. If you’re a fan of sad lyrics combined with goofy personalities and strong vocals, these […]

On Saturday, April 22, Houston cover band, the Xanadudes (Now We Are Here), rocked the house at the Continental Club, leaving the crowd begging for more. The Continental Club was packed tight for the, Xanadudes, a local seven-member band that specialize in covers of 80’s rock hits; Tomás Escalante (founder/vocals), Blake Powell (bass), Wes Essery […]

Vinyl collecting is a timeless hobby that allows music enjoyers to connect with the art. In a time where music is widely accessible through streaming, what motivates one to keep up with it? Each person has a unique vision and reasoning behind their collection. Perhaps it’s the element of exploration in the process; time spent […]

On Sunday, April 16, 2023, fans began to trickle in at San Gabriel Park for the second day of the Two Step Inn Festival in Georgetown, Texas. Hailey Whitters, Diplo, Blanco Brown, Lonestar, Tyler Childers and so many more performed throughout the beautiful day. Here’s a look at the last of the performances. Hailey Whitters […]

On Saturday, April 15, 2023, fans gathered at San Gabriel Park for the first ever Two Step Inn Festival in Georgetown, Texas. Several of country music’s best artists, including Uncle Kracker, Niko Moon, Midland, T-Pain, Zach Bryan and many others performed on three different stages. Over 30,000 fans attended the first day of the sold-out […]

On the tail end of his Please Have A Seat tour, Chicago-based singer, rapper, and multi-instrumentalist NNAMDÏ stopped at The Secret Group to put on an intimate show with opening act Luke Titus for the Houston audience. Titus – a fellow Chicago-based artist and the opener for the second half of the Please Have A […]

Mac Ayres and opener Micah Edwards swayed House of Blues with their soulful vocals and instrumentals. The air smelled of spring as we got our tickets at the box office. With tickets in our hands, we entered the venue to see walls full of décor, upstairs seating, a stocked merchandise table and a well-lit stage. […]

Performing at 713 Music Hall on April 8th, 2023, Blue October and the Beatnik Bandits brought an emotional and heartfelt night to Houston filled with tears, excitement, confessions and soul on the Spinning the Truth Around Tour. Fairly new to the music scene, Beatnik Bandits, a folk-rock band from Austin, Texas, opened the night. This […]

The AI takeover is upon us. Over the last few months, artificial intelligence – often shortened to simply “AI” – has exponentially grown in popularity, largely courtesy of the introduction of ChatGPT, an AI bot that seemingly has limitless capabilities. Viral social media posts have seen internet users write stories, essays, songs, and more all […]

East Atlanta’s own Young Nudy released his 2023 album Gumbo back in February and has now hit the road with other Atlanta up-and-coming stars. Starting off the night was 4L G5ive, who came out with confidence and went down to the pit to get up and personal with the Houston crowd. He played a couple […]

Ryan Beatty returns to the music world with his new single “Ribbons,” a song that looks inside the insecurities and depression he dealt with throughout his career. It dives into his feelings about fame and his obsession with what the media taught him. Being a pop star since his early teens impacted his mind. An […]

Maná performed for their highly anticipated tour, “Mexíco Lindo y Querido,” at the Toyota Center on Thursday, March 30th.

Meet Me @ The Altar performed for their first tour, “Past // Present // Future” named after their debut album at the Bronze Peacock at House of Blues Tuesday, March 28th. The crowd was filled with enthusiasm and anticipation for their performance.

Following the release of their fourth album, The Cannonballers, alternative group Colony House began “The Cannonballers” tour which will have taken them through thirty-four different cities in the U.S. by the end of it. On Thursday, March 23, 2023, the band stopped by House of Blues Houston. Opening for the band was Little Image, an […]

I am reviewing the newly released album Endless Summer Vacation and going through each song, from the lyrics to the instrumental. So let’s dive in!

Joey Valence & Brae performed for the first time in Houston on Tuesday, March 21st, at the Bronze Peacock, with passionate and playful energy filling the venue.

The internet is buzzing with speculations of beef between Hailey Bieber and Selena Gomez. By now, hundreds of videos have been made dissecting the posts of both women’s social media. If this TikTok rabbit hole has got you suddenly pro-Selena Gomez, this article is to showcase the star’s best in her discography. “Falling Down” Off […]

The second day of the SXSW Music Festival was a vibe all day long. From local artists to artists from all over the world, the day was sure to prove to be another spectacular performance. Take a look at some of the artists that performed on Monday, March 14 at SXSW 2023. Spring Break Boogie […]


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