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A Sundae Drive Releases Their Strongest Album To Date

A Sundae Drive Releases Their Strongest Album To Date

On their new album Versailles, Houston’s A Sundae Drive does just that. Embarking on a sound that has a more defined and growth inspired direction where the band sounds closer to something original than someone else’s influence…

Glass The Sky Forges Their Own Path on Debut Album

Glass The Sky Forges Their Own Path on Debut Album

Every once and awhile I come across music that doesn’t seem to fit into any one genre, but crisscrosses multiple genres while still never fitting fully into one or another. On their debut full length album, Houston’s Glass The Sky never fully commits to a specific genre, but rather dances across multiple ones to craft a sound that’s all their own…

Top 5 Music Videos of the Week: Gorillaz, Phantom + more

Top 5 Music Videos of the Week: Gorillaz, Phantom + more

Put in your earbuds and tune out the bad old world for…

Shifting Gears: An Interview with Hescher

Shifting Gears: An Interview with Hescher

Cory Sinclair. Photo: Christopher Pierre Bachman   As the latest project from…

Album Reviews: David Bazan, The Cairo Gang + more

Album Reviews: David Bazan, The Cairo Gang + more

David Bazan — Care There are those moments in movies where the character stares…

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…

Top 5 Music Videos of the Week: Run the Jewels, LPX + more

Top 5 Music Videos of the Week: Run the Jewels, LPX + more

Every week we do some digging to find new and exciting music…

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…

Top 5 Music Videos of the Week: Steve Aoki, Light Years + more

Top 5 Music Videos of the Week: Steve Aoki, Light Years + more

It’s time, once again, to look at what sound and video are…