Tune in to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to see Nicky Jam and the king of Bachata Romeo Santo perform. They two will be collaboration “Fan de Tus Fotos,” which has garnered over 11 million streams on Spotify and 19 million views on YouTube since its release three weeks Continue Reading
the Michigan four-piece rock band Greta Van Fleet shines in a new live performance video for their single “Heat Above”. “Heat Above” is the band’s latest track from their upcoming sophomore album The Battle at Garden’s Gate scheduled for release on April 16th, 2021.Dressed in all white, Greta Van Fleet, Continue Reading
I’ve struggled with how to tell this story, Stefan’s story since the world has collapsed right before our eyes. However, no one understands having to adapt quite like Alexander. With chronic health issues coming into his life right after his first single “Skeletons” was released. Alexander has a brand new Cry Again EP out now and it’s the perfect time to discover this artist who understands the difficulties of our time and changes very much.
Punk music has always been a safe space for all kinds of anger, including that of fascists and white supremacists. When the Dead Kennedys said “Nazi Punks, Fuck Off!” in 1981, it didn’t come out of nowhere. Fascism and punk should be polar opposites, but the fascists in all their Continue Reading
With their latest album LAUNCH FLY LAND steadily climbing the alt charts and their tour Dreamers aren’t planning on taking a break it seems. Today they released a new track “DESENSITIZE”. The song sounds like something straight out of a Black Mirror episode (sorry Ashley O, but I think Dreamers Continue Reading
Another season, another reason to see Dreamers live. On their Die Happy tour my favorite California boys brought along Irontom and Arrested Youth to support them as they celebrate their latest album “Fly Launch Land”. The band played last Tuesday night at the House of Blues’s Bronze Peacock room in Continue Reading
Fresh off of the Austin City Limits festival Sigrid and Raffaella graced White Oak Music Hall in Houston, Texas. With a few days left in her first North American tour. The crowd at the show was very diverse everyone from little children to older adults that I would have never Continue Reading
Christian French brought his first headlining tour to an end in Houston, Texas. After four shows in a row French and co were still trucking excited to bring this first chapter to close. With lots of energy a crowd filled up the Bronze Peacock room at Houston House of Blues Continue Reading
I’ve always found it strange how HBO’s Game of Thrones became a cultural phenomenon. Fantasy was a niche, nerdy genre for decades, and until Game of Thrones came around, the only massive, mainstream fantasy successes were the Lord of the Rings films (the first three, at least) and of course Continue Reading
There is something truly amazing about fandom. There’s a synergy that comes between fans and bands and nothing is more exciting than when everyone in the crowd is hyped for the performance. The first sold-out night on the OnesToWatch tour with flor headlining took place in Houston, Texas at the Continue Reading
From Hood River Valley, Oregon to Los Angelos, California the band signed to Fueled by Ramen in 2015 and put out their debut album album come out. you’re hiding. Blending indie rock with pop rock influences the first album came together as bassist Dylan Bauld and vocalist Zach Grace mixed and collaborated all from a computer. For their sophomore album taking lots of things had learned from their years together as a band came ley lines the bands sophomore album that released on September 6th. ley lines Is a sharper more collaborative effort that has it’s roots in the performance for flor.
Lovesick by Tennis System is an great blend of 90s grunge and modern indie with a dash of New Wave. This is the LA-based bands third album and I hadn’t listened to their previous work before getting Lovesick sent to me, but after Lovesick I listened to the bands previous Continue Reading