David Garrick

TEE VEE Gives You A Soft Spot On Debut EP

TEE VEE Gives You A Soft Spot On Debut EP

On her debut EP Soft Spot, TEE VEE takes her bedroom based sounds to a heavier place without feeling overbearing, creating a sound that’s closer to dark electro pop than the typical electro pop group…

Chain of Keys: The Best of The Week

Chain of Keys: The Best of The Week

Alongside a ton of offerings from local acts, legends like PJ Harvey and Pixies will be here as well as the likes of Little Dragon, A Perfect Circle and Xavier Wulf. Houston, here’s where to spend your paycheck this week…

Brand New Hearts Go All In On New EP

Brand New Hearts Go All In On New EP

If you’re in a band nowadays, it seems like someone out there has a name for the type of rock music you’re making. It gets called indie rock, or psych rock, or even garage rock. But when you’re talking about Houston’s Brand New Hearts, they’re pretty much a traditional rock band, and there’s nothing wrong with that…

Houstonian Tales: Shonnie Murrell

Houstonian Tales: Shonnie Murrell

I’ve found that no matter how many shows I attend, no matter how much I dig into the depths of the Houston music scene, there’s always an artist that seems to slip by from time to time. It’s just how it seems to go, which is possibly how myself and everyone else missed Houston’s Shonnie Murrell…

What Is Red House?

What Is Red House?

Houstons Dinolion brings an immersive experience to life called Red House, shrouded in mystery.…

Let’s Go Skate: John “Tex” Gibson

Let’s Go Skate: John “Tex” Gibson

When I started skating at the age of twelve, there was pretty much only one pro skater from Texas, John “Tex” Gibson. Coming from Pasadena and getting on the cover of Thrasher, Gibson was different from everyone else in style and that he was ours…

How High: The Best of The Week

How High: The Best of The Week

It’s beginning to look a lot like touring season in the music industry. This week we’ll be greeted by bands who haven’t played here in a long time, most notably stoner rockers Sleep. There’s also sets from acts like SWMRS, Curren$y, Los Lobos and more while Kiki Maroon brings back her burlesque festival and a ton of locals perform all over our city. Houston, here’s how to navigate the next seven days…

Rough Sleepers Debut Sonic Assault With New Track

Rough Sleepers Debut Sonic Assault With New Track

For Houston’s Rough Sleepers, who describe their music as alternative, they’ve definitely undersold what they’re doing. Mixed with sonic landscapes that sound like the soundtrack to a dystopian future, the three piece has a new upcoming album through Miss Champagne Records called Savage Dream that’s the kind of music that you might not understand, but that you shouldn’t turn away from…

Morrissey Doesn’t Disappoint At Houston Appearance

Morrissey Doesn’t Disappoint At Houston Appearance

In music, as Morrissey even told me when I interviewed him, "anything is possible." So it shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone that Morrissey not only sold more tickets than he would have at White Oak Music Hall, but that he showed up and performed admirably to the fairly packed house at Smart Financial Centre…

Play Money: An Interview with The New Pornographers

Play Money: An Interview with The New Pornographers

Sometimes, bands come along that always feel more grand that everyone else in the genre, which couldn’t be more true for Canada’s The New Pornographers. Now seventeen years in, the band is back with their most focused and concise album to date. With Whiteout Conditions, the band that’s always flown on the edge of pop heroics sounds more hypnotizing than ever before…

Sobe Lash Gets Lit in New Video

Sobe Lash Gets Lit in New Video

While the list of female rappers has certainly grown over the years, one you may not have heard of is Houston’s Sobe Lash. Mixing punk imagery with an offbeat electronica, Lash has become known for intense and crazed live performances…

Glamorous Glue: The Best of The Week

Glamorous Glue: The Best of The Week

Well, there’s a ton of things happening this week while tours start routing around festivals. The famed appearance of Morrissey will commence finally alongside sets this week from acts like Killswitch Engage and Madeon along with a slew of locals. Houston, here’s how to plan the next seven days…

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