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Closer To How I Feel: An Interview with American Wrestlers

Closer To How I Feel: An Interview with American Wrestlers

American Wrestlers. Photo: Bridgette Imperial   Following his work with the band…

We Belong: An Interview with Miriam Hakim of Giant Kitty

We Belong: An Interview with Miriam Hakim of Giant Kitty

On January 20, Donald Trump will take his oath of office and officially be recognized as the 45th President of the United States. That same night, four bands with members who are Muslim or come from Muslim families — including Giant Kitty, Turnaways, Ruiners and Revels — will take part in a protest concert at Walter's Downtown called We Belong: Houstonians of Muslim Descent Dissent. …

My Heart, Nameless and Untamed: An Interview with Jess Williamson

My Heart, Nameless and Untamed: An Interview with Jess Williamson

Jess Williamson. Photo: Mikaylah Bowman   To sing a love song, to…

Top 5 Music Videos of the Week: Marshmello, Univz + more

Top 5 Music Videos of the Week: Marshmello, Univz + more

Each week we’ll be scouring the web for the best new indie…

Jealous Moon: The Best of The Week

Jealous Moon: The Best of The Week

The year is starting off to it’s usually slow pace and should stay on that track for about another seven days as it does every year. While it’s not packed out like the Summer weeks, that doesn’t mean that this week doesn’t have plenty of options. Performances from Hayes Carll, Darude, and more will be here while local acts keep the pace…

Album Reviews: Run The Jewels, Priests + more

Album Reviews: Run The Jewels, Priests + more

Run the Jewels — Run the Jewels 3 At Day for Night festival,…

Unsustainable Model: How Free Shows Can Kill A Scene

Unsustainable Model: How Free Shows Can Kill A Scene

However, if the powers that be have any say about that, it’ll all get watered down and destroyed before it actually goes anywhere, and one of the largest culprits is no cover shows. There are multiple reasons as to why that is so, which we will examine here, but if you think I’m even kind of kidding consider where recorded music has gone…

Jandek to Perform at Lawndale Art Center’s Speakeasy

Jandek to Perform at Lawndale Art Center’s Speakeasy

On Friday, Lawndale Art Center presents the second installment of their recreated SPEAKEASY event series, a program that re-envisions the eponymous programs that ran from 1993 to 2002, seeking to explore the relationship between live music, performance and contemporary art.…

Let’s Forget 2016: Where to Party on New Year’s Eve

Let’s Forget 2016: Where to Party on New Year’s Eve

There is definitely something for everyone this New Year’s Eve in Houston from a fancy 1920s themed night on the town to a chilled, laid back night lying in a hammock. Here are our top 5 picks for ringing in the New Year in Houston for any budget. Where will you be when the ball drops?…

Houston’s HAKEEM Goes Deep On Hakeem 6

Houston’s HAKEEM Goes Deep On Hakeem 6

Earlier this year Houston R&B electronic duo HAKEEM dropped Hakeem V, and the album sparked interest in two guys who’ve been performing under the radar for a good while. However, when you’re as productive as these two are, another release shouldn’t be too shocking, which leads us to the duo’s latest, Hakeem 6…

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