Day for Night: Merging Art and Music

Day for Night: Merging Art and Music

After its inaugural year in 2015, Day For Night has already solidified its…

Josiah Gabriel Mixes Things Up On New EP

Our city has always produced a healthy roster of electronic acts, but few have had the intensity of someone like producer, Josiah Gabriel. His live sets are always a little insane, a little crazed, and always turnt up like he’s shooting for the room to melt…

POPULARITY IS IMPORTANT: AN INTERVIEW WITH CAZWELL

POPULARITY IS IMPORTANT: AN INTERVIEW WITH CAZWELL

Cazwell,  Photo: Provided by artist To quote the great Isaac Brock, “Well…

Age of Consent: The Best of The Week

The legendary and enigmatic songs of New Order will grace Houston at Day For Night on Saturday, a show those in attendance why they're so important to modern day electronica.…

Day For Night Launches Houston Into The Future

Day For Night is a two day event that you’ll want to experience in person, because you'll be hearing about it forever if you don't.…

iFAQ (inFREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS) | An Interview with D4N Curator Alex Czetwertynski

What we are interested in here is to use the massive scale of the venue to not just “trick” perception, but to stretch it, and see what happens.…

Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly named #1 Album by Rolling Stone

Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly named #1 Album by Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone just named the record To Pimp a Butterfly by Kendrick…

HEALTH Returns for Day For Night

There’s something intriguing about darkness in music, which is part of the allure to Los Angeles band HEALTH. Like dance music for the insane, the band brings elements of life’s harsh realities to their sound while adding hook heavy choruses at each and every turn…

Day for Night: Artist Profile – WRESTLERS

Day for Night: Artist Profile - WRESTLERS

It has that same improvisational spur of the moment spirit that a DJ set has but with the feel of a live band.…

Indian Jewelry and Prince Rama: Tex talks to the sisters

We installed a post-apocalyptic Guitar Center in a reclaimed warehouse in Bushwick and invited a bunch of their staff to come and do a performance where they'd just shred on guitars simultaneously for hours on end. It sounded fucking great. …

GETTING TO KNOW THE SOUND: A CONVERSATION WITH PRISMO

Houston resident Zach Burgett has done many things that DJ’s hope to…