2 days ago | Classic Rock Corner
Martin Scorsese is one of American cinema's greatest music fans. Within his movies, the music comes at you from all sides, and with the kind of encyclopedic range and in-your-face attitude that applies to every other aspect of a Scorsese film — th...
3 days ago | Houston Music
It's been a while since a local release has arrived with as much baggage as The Suffers' debut LP, conveniently titled The Suffers. After selling out Fitzgerald's at last January's Make Some Room EP-release party; backing almost every Houston rap ...
6 days ago | Bayou City
LOW Walters Downtown, February 8 Low’s purposeful, quietly intense music has made them one of indie-rock’s most admired minimalists since 1994 debut I Could Live In Hope, which marked the dawn of the Minnesota trio’s oft-copied...
11 days ago | Bayou City
The Houston Press is still figuring out all the details, but it appears things have come to a head over at Fitzgerald’s. The building’s now-former occupants have apparently been evicted by their landlord, Sara Fitzgerald, which we have confirmed w...
12 days ago | Bayou City
Everyone should witness at least one live auction at least once in his or her lifetime. Even if you’re not even there to buy anything, there’s something bittersweet about watching bits of the past get sold to the highest bidder one lot at a time, ...