David Garrick

Genesis Blu Debuts Near Perfect Hip Hop Jam

Genesis Blu Debuts Near Perfect Hip Hop Jam

We’ve had plenty of queens come and go, but one who will stick around is definitely something this city needs. However, on her new track “Local Love,” Houston’s Genesis Blu proves real quick that she is the much deserved queen that this city has been longing for…

Houstonian Tales: Josh Bosarge

Houstonian Tales: Josh Bosarge

In Houston it’s definitely no exception that most who make music have other creative endeavors that are worth looking into and exploring. For LACE’s Josh Bosarge, music is just a small part of what he does. With Calico Grounds, he’s published works by established artists like Ross Farrar of the band Ceremony, and experimental filmmaker Jonas Mekas, to his own writings alongside many others…

Never Settle: The Best of The Week

Never Settle: The Best of The Week

Now that SXSW is over, we’ll get a bit of a slowdown as far as what’s happening around this city. Of course, that doesn’t mean that this week is slim as sets from Jeezy, Flogging Molly, and Louie Anderson will be here while locals like MOTHS, Days N Daze, and more will help make deciding what to do more difficult. Houston, here’s how to navigate the upcoming week…

A Sundae Drive Returns Stronger Than Ever on New Song

A Sundae Drive Returns Stronger Than Ever on New Song

Since I started covering Houston music that I’ve always said that A Sundae Drive is easily one of the most underrated bands in Houston. Mixing indie rock and mid nineties alt rock, the four piece has always grown without compromise. At the beginning of April, the follow up to their amazing 2014 album The Senseless and the Sound will be released and it’s definitely worth the wait…

MOTHS Debuts New EP Recorded in 24 Hours

MOTHS Debuts New EP Recorded in 24 Hours

With pretty much every band that has an intensity, the route in which they operate as a band can be crucial to their survival. With Houston’s MOTHS, that route is nothing short of breathtaking. The three piece has never operated in the regular norms of what the music industry would consider a proper road map, but that’s what makes them so extraordinary…

So There: The Best of The Week

So There: The Best of The Week

This week has performances from Ben Folds, Minus The Bear, Dave Chappelle and more while locals like B L A C K I E, Astragal, and more will round out the edges. Houston, here’s how to navigate this insane week of shows…

Glass The Sky Drops New Track Ahead of Debut

Glass The Sky Drops New Track Ahead of Debut

I would think that few of you would have heard of Glass The Sky, but it seems like this year all of that will change. With a new album produced by Josh Applebee at SugarHill due out on April 1st and a sound that’s as engaging as it is different, they could easily become your next favorite band…

Golden Sombrero Keeps Guitar Rock Alive

Golden Sombrero Keeps Guitar Rock Alive

Houston four piece Golden Sombrero is easily one of those bands that’s making solid rock albums today, that shouldn’t go unnoticed by anyone. On their latest release, this year’s Defensive Indifference, they dig deeper into their leanings towards acts like The Replacements, Big Star, and Buffalo Tom without taking anything away from them either, and thus keeping guitar rock moving forward at every turn…

Little Killer: The Best of The Week

Little Killer: The Best of The Week

Acts like Merchandise, Thundercat, and Leggy will be here alongside locals like football, etc, Black Kite, and many more. Houston, here’s how to spend the next seven days…

Cool Moon Returns With A Vengence

Cool Moon Returns With A Vengence

Sometimes these are records from bands you know and sometimes they’re records from bands you need to know. Houston’s Cool Moon is the latter. You probably don’t know the three piece, but after taking the advice of multiple people, I saw them early last year and I was blown away by how tight and energetic they are…

Anything Could Happen: An Interview with Morrissey

Anything Could Happen: An Interview with Morrissey

From his time in The Smiths to his storied solo career, Morrissey has never backed down from his beliefs nor has he careened into the pitfalls of the music industry. Because of those values and principles he hasn’t had to play “the game” that the music industry places upon most artists, and he’s stayed relevant and influential in the process…

MIEARS Redefines Herself On Debut

MIEARS Redefines Herself On Debut

On her solo debut, MIEARS keeps things close to the chest and stays within the core of electronic music while offering up what feels like a more personal and deeper sound than that of her synth pop past…

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