41 minutes ago | Concerts
Low Walters Downtown February 8, 2016 Low is a band that was built for winter. The Minnesota three-piece may have arrived during the white-hot, summery explosion of alternative rock in the early ‘90s, but Low’s glacial tempos and chilling vocal ha...
5 days ago | Metalocalypse
The list of American heavy metal bands that have enjoyed more 21st-century success than Virginia’s Lamb of God is a very short one indeed. Since their commercial breakthrough with As the Palaces Burn in 2003, the thrashy, growling headbangers have...
7 days ago | Screwston, Texas
T2 the Ghetto Hippie has never been the kind of rapper who’s afraid to smile. Onstage, he’s a ball of energy, bouncing and swaggering and basking in the electric joy of his role as chief party-rocker. His rhymes are tight and his ambitions are lof...
11 days ago | Concerts
Lyric Michelle, Kyle Hubbard, Corbin Dallas Walters Downtown January 28, 2016 By the time I got to Walters last night, most of the coolest, sharpest people in Houston’s underground hip-hop scene were already inside. Quite a few of them were schedu...
15 days ago | Bayou City
For a lot of Houston’s live music fans, the scene stretches no further north than Fitzgerald’s — and not that far south of Walters, either. Though it feels like we’ve been complaining about how spread out it is forever, the all-caps Houston Music ...
20 days ago | Bayou City
The grand opening of White Oak Music Hall, Pegstar’s mighty new live-music fortress going up now on White Oak Bayou, is still months away. But Houston got its first, tantalizing taste of how the new construction might alter its Near Northside neig...