White Oak Music Hall

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When Broken is Easily Fixed 15 Year Anniversary Tour Silverstein is currently touring in honor of the 15th anniversary of their debut album When Broken is Easily Fixed. The Canadian rock band is touring with Hawthorne Heights, As Cities Burn, and Capstan. On this adventure, they are playing two sets – one full set consisting […]

Dicky Presto is crashing malls, Targets, and sneaking on the FIDLAR boys’ bus on their North American Tour in support of their upcoming album Almost Free. “Alcohol,” the first single off of the album, is the first new song since their 2015 album Too. The punk rock band has two full length albums and their […]

Beto O’Rourke | Photo by Taylor Marron Crowded with old and new registered voters alike for the Beto O’Rourke voter registration rally, the White Oak Music Hall lawn was about to have an indescribable energy fill the air. By the end of the rally the air was electric. Hundreds attended the rally to not only […]

  So, as I alluded to in my previous Marfa Myths post, this festival is really like none other. Each performance had some sort of unique element that I had never seen in person before. In the case of Kelsey Lu, her set at the Marfa Visitor Center, had three big things that stood out […]

Khruangbin is an interesting trio based out of our own good old Houston, Texas. They’re an instrumental band, using their cumulative sound, a good combination of funk-based grooves with hints of Jazz, World and a bit of everything to sweeten their sound, to lure in listeners. Seeing them as the headliner instead of the supporting […]

The Fader described Kelela’s album as the work of someone who, after a period of struggle, has become in-tune with all parts of herself. Last Tuesday night at Houston’s White Oak Music Hall, the singer proved the statement true as she preformed one of the most effortlessly hypnotic concerts I’ve ever attended.

Airy vocals and strong lyricism, Kelela is an Ethiopian-American singer from Washington DC. Known for her symmetrically cut dark locks and penetrating gaze, the “Rewind” singer is successfully making her mark in music her own way, and not letting cultural expectations stop her.

Last Friday, at White Oak Music Hall, I had the opportunity to see Death Grips and Ministry perform. Prior to the show I had never really listened to Ministry. The few songs I heard had the same industrial/EBM feel that Death Grips is known for in their production. I assumed that there would be some […]

After taking the hip-hop industry by storm with their Lords Never Worry mixtape in 2012, A$AP Mob has been a prevalent figure in rap with its members releasing one hit song after another. A$AP Mob was founded in 2006 out of Harlem in NYC and consists of members such as A$AP Ferg, A$AP Rocky, A$AP […]

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 […]

It’s been a busy year for Josh Tillman (aka Father John Misty). He has toured Europe and North America, performed on Saturday Night Live, and on Tuesday recorded a live album at Third Man Records. All of this has been to support his album Pure Comedy, released earlier this year. The 74 minute double album […]

Mura Masa, also known as Alex Crossan, is a UK DJ, producer, and songwriter. A few of his songs, like “Lovesick,” have topped Spotify charts in the UK and U.S. His work is notable for its versatile sound, as he has worked with artists like A$AP Rocky, NAO, Charli XCX, and Desiigner. Not only has […]

The Sydney Sensations, The Griswolds, are back! The band released their second studio album, High Times for Low Lives, last November and began their headlining tour this month. The indie-rock, alternative four-piece are no strangers to the state of Texas so it came to no surprise that they would perform to a sold-out crowd. We got the […]

Dancing mushrooms, laser lights, giant toads, and a whole lot of confetti. This is just how The Flaming Lips like to roll. Recently, the Memorial Weekend Blowout took place at White Oak Music Hall near the Heights on Sunday. This was the venue’s first attempt at an all-day, outdoor “mini-festival”, before its final completion date set in […]

I remember driving through the night, the moon beams gazed upon us. When we made it to the shore, the morning dew seeped into our skin like the warm embrace of a past lover. She turned to me and smiled. “It sounds like sex on the beach,” she whispered in my ear. – FR Whether you’re […]

They are known as the sages of psych-rock, spectral explorers of the subconscious mind… In 2002, they were listed as one of Q Magazine’s “50 Bands To See Before You Die” And they are coming to Houston….. LIVE from White Oak Music Hall, it’s The Flaming Lips! http://gty.im/485443836

There comes a time in everybody’s life where a musical act is able to enlighten the many dark and unfound aspects of someone’s life. Such musical acts are typically not by design, rather a supersonic meteorite that hits you like big yellow school bus and shakes you to the point of absorption. That is what […]

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