Trevor J. Wallace
Aftermath: Emilie Autumn and the Bloody Crumpets at Meridian - Welcome to the Clockwork Orange Dollhouse8 years ago | Concerts
Two small signs on the filigree-ensconced keyboard stand read "BEWARE" and "WHORES." Whether an admonition or a threat remained alluring ambiguous through the Victoriandustrial set presented by Emilie Autumn and her Bloody Crumpets. Like the joy d...
8 years ago
Houston's D.R.I. released Crossover in 1987, signaling the alchemical wedding of hardcore punk and heavy metal. Mohawks became dreadlocks, flowing tresses became shiny pates and the fringe world of fast, heavy, angry music gained a foothold in the...
9 years ago | Concerts
Saturday was sing-along with twentysomething girls night at Warehouse Live. English transplant Greg Holden opened the night with a disappointingly brief set, but the lack of quantity certainly didn't seem to affect him in any way. Genuinely excite...
9 years ago
Now known as one of Houston's premier spots for eclectic, esoteric, eccentric and just downright insane music, in 2003 the original Super Happy Fun Land was slightly different. "We had imagined that the place would host a lot more arts and crafts ...