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The battle for Taylor Swift tickets was over before it even started.  Millions of Swifties were eager to buy concert tickets after Taylor Swift’s release of Midnights only to be left ticketless after Ticketmaster left them in endless queues and unresponsive web pages.  The public sale was even canceled as...

Seulgi, legally named Kang Seul-gi, is best known as a member of Red Velvet, one of South Korea’s most popular girl groups from SM Entertainment. The girl group debuted in 2014 with a four-member line-up consisting of Wendy, Irene, Seulgi, and Joy, with new member Yeri joining in 2015.  Red Velveroup has mainly...

Photo by Dominique Crespo Houston’s own Swishahouse rap legend, Paul Wall, faced Austin’s Grammy Award-winning blues-rock artist, Gary Clark Jr., in a four-round battle of the bands on Thursday night.  With two distinctive artists striving to amplify the beauty of southern sounds, the Red Bull SoundClash was...

Starting September 15 in the United States, there is a month-long celebration of the Hispanic and Latino community. This date was chosen in relation to Latin American countries gaining independence. Music has always been a huge part of Hispanic/Latino communities. Today, I will be recommending 10 songs to help start...

Austin City Limits completed its final day of weekend one on Sunday. The sun rose to the coolest temperatures all weekend, a welcome reprieve from the sweltering heat festival-goers had had to endure, but nowhere near cold.   Goth Babe Goth Babe kicked off the day with an energetic set. Performer Griffin...

Austin City Limits kicked off its second day to a larger crowd than the day before. This is what you missed.  Conan Gray Conan Gray was the first artist that really drew me in at the start of day two. The moody California pop star was actually raised in a small Texas town. Austin may as well be a home away from...

Austin City Limits kicked off on Friday morning to a healthy crowd.  The iconic Austin staple is back in full swing following COVID-19. However, the lineup is notably not as jaw-dropping as it has been in years prior, according to online discourse (and personal opinion). However, this is not to say that Austin City...

My Chemical Romance Houston “Your lyrics gave me a voice.”  “We waited for a lifetime.” These are just some of the words written across signs fans held up yesterday at the Toyota Center. My Chemical Romance filled up the stadium Tuesday night, finally performing on their reunion tour originally scheduled...

“Houston, Texas,”  yelled Vic Fuentes into the microphone, climbing on a riser. “Did you come here to forget about all the drama, all the bullshit?” The crowd yelled in agreement, closing what little space they could find between them and the stage with another surge forward.  “Well sing this with us; We will...

I Prevail played for an eager Houston crowd at a sold-out White Oak Music Hall on Sunday night.  The band has become popular in recent years and is showing no signs of slowing down. They’ve sold out a lot of the shows on their current tour in support of their third studio album, True Power.  Photo by Cynthia...