If there is anything you can say about Enter Shikari, it's that the band is a challenge just by its very nature. There's no genre, no label, no box that they fit comfortably in. Ultimately, they are that obnoxious zigzag Tetris piece that brings the whole game down.
Lots of attempts have been made ... More >>
7horse: Mon., April 9. Fitzgerald's, 2706 White Oak, Houston.
Allen Toussaint: Fri., March 9. Dosey Doe Coffee Company, 25911 I-45 N., Spring.
The Wheeler Brothers, The Asteroid Shop, Antonio Estevan Huerta: Sat., April 7.
Warehouse Live, 813 St. Emanuel, Houston.
Basshunter: Fri., Feb. 24. Rich ... More >>
While it may not often be recognized by "mainstream listening audiences," post-hardcore is not a dead genre. Though its popularity has often waxed and waned throughout the years since its inception in the mid '80s, there are always great upstart bands keeping it alive. As of late, the genre has seen ... More >>
10 Years, Digital Summer, A Cry Farewell: Mon., Feb. 28. Scout Bar Clear Lake.
Al Staehely: Fri., Feb. 11. Old Quarter Acoustic Cafe.
Blue Oyster Cult, Marshall Tucker Band: Fri., March 18. Arena Theatre.
Cults, Small Black, Sun Airway: Tue., March 15. Fitzgerald's.
Destruction, Destroye ... More >>
Atreyu, Drive A, Otenki: Sun., Feb. 28. Meridian.
Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears, Grandfather Child: Fri., April 2. Walter's on Washington.
Camera Obscura: Sun., April 11. Warehouse Live.
Cold, Nonpoint, Day Of Fire, Chrome 44: Fri., March 19. Scout Bar Clear Lake.
Deer Tick, Dr. Dog: Sun., ... More >>