Matmos, the Matador Records-signed electronic music duo that has done work for Björk, has never performed in Houston. The person responsible for making the group's debut show in town happen? An expat living in Germany. A few years ago, dancer Ayman Harper -- a graduate of the High School for the P ... More >>
Thanks to dancer Ayman Harper, Matmos will perform for the first time in Houston this weekend. All it took was for Harper to miss a concert by the popular Matador Records-signed electronic music duo that has done work for Björk. A few years ago, Harper -- a graduate of the High School for the Perf ... More >>
Upstairs, downstairs.The double-decker Airbus A380, the largest commercial jet in the world, will begin making regular landings in Houston next year. Bush Intercontinental will be the first Texas airport, and only the fourth in the U.S., to have flights from the massive jet that began regula ... More >>
Crashing a birthday party didn't work, but young rapper J. Cole eventually got Jay-Z's attention.
Local favorites the Wild Moccasins embark on a six-week European tour this weekend. Rocks Off knows how daunting international travel can be, especially when you're on a multi-country blitzkrieg that exposes you to numerous languages and many differing cultural mores in a relatively short per ... More >>
Photo courtesy GHCVBForbes Traveler has a new list up -- called alternately "the 13 greatest urban silhouettes" and "the world's most stunning city skylines."Here is what makes a skyline great, according to the article: It has to be more than merely memorable, it must have some exceptional chara ... More >>
In honor of Northern State's appearance at Warehouse Live, Houstoned Rocks is proud to present 10 of the dorkiest and funniest moments in the history of melanin-challenged rap: 1. Here's a dorky guy who can impersonate LL Cool J, Mystikal and Digital Underground:
The MFAH screens nine important Mexican films
Theatre Southwest's Nice People is good for some laughs
Thomas Vinson's work is math-happy
Speaking off the toque: John Schuster
Forget the usual construction materials. Two German artists built a dream home out of plastic boxes.
Gallery Sonja Roesch