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Byline: Marshall Heins II

With New Orleans hailed as the Mardi Gras haven and being less than six hours down the road from Houston, is it worth it to “settle” for the Mardi Gras Galveston festival just one hour outside of town? If affordable and convenient is your approach to celebrating next season, as is the case with many students across...

On Friday night, Phoebe Bridgers entered the Upstairs Room of White Oak Music Hall around 10 p.m. and performed for one of the larger crowds to grace an Upstairs Room in some time. It was amazing to see the diverse group of people that flocked to embrace the melancholic singer-songwriter’s haunting lyrics and subtle...

In September of last year, Phoebe Bridgers graced the ears of listeners with the release of “Stranger in the Alps” – her debut album. Nearly six months have passed since the album’s release, but Bridgers has managed to remain a topic of conversation around the music industry’s water-cooler. How? “Stranger in the Alps”...

Josh Abbott and William Clark Green performed an almost-unplugged set at House of Blues on Feb. 1. They set the stage with a fake fire, a row of lawn chairs lining the back of the set, and several ice chests full of cold (free) beer. Green and Abbott took turns playing personal and fan favorites. Audience members were...

On Friday night, Big Boi brought the Daddy Fat Saxx Tour – Sack 2 to Houston’s Warehouse Live along with special guest, The Cool Kids. Though many people know him from the infamous duo, Outkast, Big Boi has worked tirelessly to remain in the spotlight as a solo artist since the duo’s split in 2007. Though the duo...

Preparing for its eighth year as Texas’ largest end-of-the-year music event, Lights All Night has just announced its full performance schedule and updated onsite vendors and activities list. Returning to Dallas Market Hall on December 29-30, this electronic dance music festival boasts an impressive lineup including...

Riding the release of her latest album “Turn Out The Lights,” Julien Baker brought her live show to Houston’s Heights Theater on Tuesday  and wooed a recently heart-broken city with her impressive and emotional solo performance. Using only an acoustic guitar, electric guitar and keyboard to support her powerful lyrics...

In an era dominated by streaming services, it’s no surprise that power players like Spotify are capitalizing on their 60 million subscribers and 140 million overall users in more ways than one. This past Thursday marked the beginning of a run of shows hosted by Spotify appropriately coined “Rap Caviar Live” after the...

Yet again Day For Night has set itself apart from the mainstream, fortified the underground and provided a unique atmosphere for the city of Houston to experience both art and music in one space. Over this past weekend, Post HTX — the old downtown Houston post office — was transformed into a sight for the sore eyes of...

To no surprise, Day For Night has received significant attention and praise for its musical lineup at this years’ installation of the music and art festival. From headliners down to the bottom of the lineup, this year’s event played host to three days of powerful, innovative and inspiring artists across four stages —...