19 days ago | Festivals
Christopher VictorioBy Sarah Purkrabek/LA Weekly The temperature isn't the only thing that's sizzling at Coachella. With their tanned bodies, gym-rat physiques, and seriously on-point bohemian/ethereal/fairy-style choices, Coachella-goers know to ...
21 days ago | Festivals
Written by Taylor Hamby/LA Weekly It was shortly after Charles Bradley's stellar set last Friday afternoon at Coachella. Four coffees sat heavy in my bladder and I had already spent our meager per diem on 2.5 beers. It was time to break the seal. ...
22 days ago | Festivals
Written by Andy Hermann/LA Weekly Steely Dan fans get a bad rep for being snobby jazzbos who only like eight-minute songs with saxophone solos and overuse the word "musicianship." Which is probably why the Internet's collective mind was blown when...
23 days ago | Concerts
Policia House of Blues, April 14 The 2010s are turning out to be the best decade for synth-pop since the 1980s, with similar yet hardly identical bands like Future Islands, Bleachers, Chvrches and Purity Ring stepping forward to become some of the...
26 days ago | Concerts
Folk Family Revival Dosey Doe Coffee, April 10 Folk Family Revival were country enough to land a date in the Hideout tent at this year's Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, though only on the far outer edges. The Magnolia-bred Americana quartet owes a...
27 days ago | Concerts
Houstonians' ambivalence over the city's most iconic structure and, at the moment, biggest civic embarrassment should reach a climax this evening at the Astrodome's "50th birthday party." With that milestone comes with an asterisk almost as big as...