Note: Once again this year, Rocks Off is proud to share our L.A. sister blog West Coast Sound's coverage of this weekend's Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas. If there is any lingering question about the mass popularity of electronic music, one need look no further than Electric Daisy Carnival. W ... More >>
Art Car stalwarts employ time, energy and creativity to bring their new creations to life. Oh, and scrap metal comes in handy too.
This is... impressive. It's called Houston SunBurn, and it's somehow related to famous Nevada freakfest Burning Man. It's tomorrow at Jet Lounge, the Engine Room and Last Concert Cafe, and looks like a who's who of local fringe talent - experimental electronica to Americana, and literally everything ... More >>
Within this past week, I've had occasion to visit the supermarket four times at three different stores. While each store offers its own distinct pros and cons, I can't help imagining my own perfect, ideal supermarket experience. There would be a large, open space with smaller sections therein. Th ... More >>
Menil presents Vija Celmins's early work.
We swear, we're done now
A popular Art Car gets booted
This was the year electronic dance music got its head --
and its ass -- out of the past
This was the year electronic dance music got its head -- and its ass -- out of the past
Cuttin' a rug with the Dubya bunch at Wild West
A rundown of every act on this year's bill
Find out what the late Ian Curtis thinks about Interpol. No, really.
Naderites have got the art car crowd and ample altruistic ardor. But they're still searching for a sporting chance.
Mike Scranton's creations are the evilest looking things in the parade. And he'll wrassle anyone who says otherwise.
CyberCulture Houston: Three days of art, music, dance and deep thoughts