Alice in Chains, Jane's Addiction, Coheed and Cambria and Circa Survive Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion August 29, 2013 If there's anything that Rockstar Energy Drink loves more than jacking kids up on near-fatal doses of caffeine and sugar, it's putting together pre-fabricated, traveling music fes ... More >>
Black Flag Walters, August 26 Just to be clear, this is the Black Flag fronted by Greg Ginn, the transplanted Central Texan who in late-'70s L.A. founded one of the most aggressive, influential bands American rock has ever seen. It's not a stretch to say that within the punk world, Black Flag were ... More >>
When it comes to production, the general heuristic would be that the more money you have, the better production you can buy. That, oddly enough, is not necessarily true. While a lot of the richest and most famous musicians do buy some pretty stellar production from the hottest names in the business, ... More >>
2013 is going to be a big year for Nine Inch Nails and their fans. Already we've seen the giant awaken with the announcement of a new tour, a new touring line-up (which has been in and out of chaos ever since), a new album titled Hesitation Marks, and the release of a new single, "Came Back Haunted, ... More >>
Rich's, the popular but troubled Midtown dance club, has quietly reopened under a new ownership group after the landlord evicted previous tenants in May. The venue at 2401 San Jacinto is now operated by a group of investors calling itself Rich's Sacred Ground Inc. According to Texas Alcoholic Bever ... More >>
Jason Isbell sees a glimmer of hope in his true-to-life melancholy story-songs.
fashionbombdaily.comDave Navarro: Indoctrinating young boys into a cult of nail polish?Just as I was wrapping up researching and writing a lighthearted piece about what a man's nail polish color says about him, I happened to tune in to an episode of ABC's Primetime Nightline entitled "My (Ext ... More >>
The only summer trend that matters this year - to us, anyway - is "Boys Gone Wild." So, what happened, H-town dudes? It's as if when Free Press Summer Fest wrapped up, none of you has wanted to strut around town sweaty and shirtless since. This is one of the reasons why we can't really see a ... More >>
Atmospheric rockers Pale leave L.A. for Houston - and a record deal.
Craig's Hlist just cracked into his copy of Life, by Keith Richards. It's the first time that the Rolling Stones guitarist and god among men has taken time to document his rock and roll journey for anyone. Sure there have been Stones oral histories from the band, but this is Richards' chance ... More >>
Rocks Off is currently in the market for a good guitar yet has next to no money, so for the past few months we've been tantalizing ourselves by poring over the multitude of guitars of the Internet. There are some mighty pretty signature guitars out there, including Angus Young's signature Gib ... More >>
Photo illustration by John Seaborn GrayThe chicken is Photoshopped. The swimsuit, sadly, isn't.Guess what you're missing if you haven't picked up the latest copy of Rolling Stone? Go on, guess. All right, we'll tell you: according to their website, you're missing the lowdown on John Mayer's " ... More >>
Don't be too surprised if Phil "Sussudio" Collins heads into the stu-stu-studio to make a new album soon - maybe another Disney soundtrack a la Tarzan - or calls up his old Genesis mates for an encore to last year's "farewell" tour. Its 13-date North American leg skipped Houston anyway, so that woul ... More >>
Dilana comes home to the reality after reality TV
Stephen Chow's Kung Fu Hustle breaks all the rules
Rock memoirs take us behind the music
Liz Phair (Capitol); Hotel Paper (Maverick/Reprise)
Flea and company prove they can keep it together
Or "How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Ignore Audioslave"
Trust No One (Capitol Records)
Ex-Chili Pepper John Frusciante sleepwalks through a rock and roll nightmare