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  • 15 years ago | Houston Music

    Horseshoe Movinà the Goods Wayward Sound Recordings Music that's raw, homespun and honest has a way of being good regardless of genre. If you allow yourself to sink into Horseshoe's latest, Movin' the Goods, it doesn't really matter where y...

  • 15 years ago

    Most musicians do not know how to spend their downtime. Instead of running through scales or jotting down riffs or pounding the pavement, most, like Jeremy Gaskill of Geek, guitarist for Houston's newest and most exciting heavy band, contemplate t...

  • 15 years ago

    Imagine being a band in a tiny college town called Houghton in northernmost Michigan. The nearest "big" city is Green Bay, Wisconsin. And next to Cheesetown, the only other "cities," Madison, Wisconsin, and Minneapolis, are both seven hours away b...

  • 15 years ago

    The industrial revolution, musically speaking, has been touted as a potentially all-consuming force for more than 20 years now. Ever since the first Moog analog bleeped and gurgled its way onto the stage in the early 1970s, there has been some Her...

  • 15 years ago

    Punk rock is a lot of things. Loud, always. Fast, mostly. Angry, sometimes. Uplifting? Well, yeah. Actually, if it's done well, it can be downright inspirational -- firing up the engines of self-empowerment that typically lie dormant, or creating ...

  • 15 years ago

    Step Rideau and the Zydeco Outlaws American Music Stage Saturday, April 15 If the dancing feet near th stage, itself covered with banners from the likes of KILT, KPRC and Oldies 94.5 (media outlets that wouldn't know an accordion from boudin) were...