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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...

On Tuesday night, The Weeknd returned to Houston’s Toyota Center for yet another sold-out performance, marking his second in less than five months. Despite the lack of new material, fans were as eager as ever to see the soulful hip-hop artist in action. The evening began with a quick set from PNDA, a modern era DJ...

Houston’s fall concert season is in full swing. Though the sun-soaked days of summer are slowly fading, Houston’s fall concert season shows no sign of slowing down, so to give you an idea of what’s in store, check out our recap of some of Houston’s best shows at the end of September.   Vérité Taking on a full-house in...

On Friday night, I had the opportunity to attend “Harvey Can’t Mess With Texas: A Benefit Concert for Hurricane Harvey Relief,” in the beautiful city of Austin, Texas. Aware of the tragedy that struck its neighbors along the coast, local companies and organizations in Austin banded together to host the largest live...

The skies opened up in Houston this weekend and washed festival goers out of Eleanor Tinsley Park. About halfway through the Saturday performances and only a few shows deep on Sunday, attendees of Free Press Summer Fest were asked to evacuate the premises and take shelter due to severe weather. “For me, I ended the...

On a winding backstreet only feet away from an I-10 exit ramp, the Last Concert Café rests obscurely at 1403 Nance—solely identifiable by an unmarked, crimson door. Considered by longtime Houstonians to be the premiere concert venue since it’s establishment in 1949, the café remains a place of intrigue. Under...

The first time I saw Foals was on my birthday, at a concert where the Silversun Pickups were headlining. They opened for the band, playing right after another favorite of mine, Joywave. Following the electronic indie-rock band, Foals stole my heart with their unique mix of heavy, intense riffs and dreamy melodies. The...