4 days ago | Bayou City
For those folks tired of almost dying of heat exhaustion in order to get their EDM fix, Something Wicked is an oasis in this distance, a chance to dress up and dance all night without feeling like you're stuck in a sauna for hours. Unless, of cour...
10 days ago | Concerts
I still remember the first time I went to a concert after 9/11. It was a month and a half after the attacks, and Tool was playing up in The Woodlands. What I remember most about the show was not the performance itself, but the process of getting i...
11 days ago | Concerts
Incubus, Deftones, Death From Above 1979, The Bots Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion August 19, 2015 Wednesday night’s show up at the Pavilion really could have used a catchy name of some sort. Something silly, something summer-y, something that wou...
12 days ago | Concerts
Weird Al Yankovic Revention Music Center August 18, 2015 Seeing Weird Al Yankovic is like getting the best history lesson you can on popular music over the past couple of decades. It’s not comprehensive, but it’s damn near close. In his show you c...
21 days ago | Concerts
5 Seconds of Summer, Hey Violent The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion August 8, 2015 There are certain types of live music experiences that every music fan should experience at least once, no matter what genre they love the most. These include, but...
25 days ago | Film Podcast
During this week's meeting of the Voice Film Club, Alan Scherstuhl and Stephanie Zacharek of the Village Voice, along with Amy Nicholson of the LA Weekly, discuss the Marlon Brando documentary Listen to Me Marlon. Our trio of film critics then mov...