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With the release of Lana Del Rey’s highly anticipated album, Norman F**king Rockwell!, critics and fans alike agree that Del Rey has outdone herself while continuing to foster a musical style unmatched by modern artists. NFR! maintains a cohesive sound, but each song has its own unique energy, which proves Del Rey’s...

Driving to and from school every day can get repetitive. Large cities like Houston are known to have an overwhelming number of vehicles on the road at any given time. This leads to accidents and traffic jams, which can make your commute intolerable. For students that live off-campus, this is a part of a daily...

The weekend cold front that hit Texas brought Friday morning rain upon the city of Austin. For Austin City Limit attendees, the rain could either make or break their weekend at the festival. As the clouds moved away, and the sun shined, the gates opened to an unforgettable experience. From the music, to food & drinks,...

Grammy Award winning Daniel Caesar took the world by surprise through his soulfully adorned and original R&B vocals, echoing the rich sounds of gospel. The Toronto-raised singer’s career started when he was 17, after he felt that “he had no choice but to pursue his calling”2. Since then, he has amassed a strong...

People don’t win Pulitzer prizes for just anything. These prestigious prizes go to those who exhibit the utmost excellence in journalism and the arts. Having received a Pulitzer, Kendrick Lamar not only achieved a highly-coveted honor, but also made history. The artist is the first non-classical or jazz artist to...

Friday night with Matt and Kim was a combination of pure chaos, gallons of sweat, and explicit sexual innuendos. The duo put on an epic performance combining humor, high energy, and an expert display of musicianship. All for an unforgettable night at White Oak Music Hall. After cancelling their tour dates for all of...

South By Southwest (SXSW), the annual festival which combines film, technology and music, has returned for a ten day extravaganza in the heart of Austin, Texas. Spread among the many bars of sixth street as well as notable music venues around downtown including Stubb’s, Mohawk and the Historic Scoot Inn, bands seemed...

Primarily known for his prowess in the snowboarding industry, including his recent gold-medal victory in the 2018 Winter Olympics, Shaun White is making a name for himself in the festival production arena as he effortlessly combines his passions in life – snowboarding, skateboarding and music – for a collision of...

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”...