Forty-six years ago today, rock and roll got a hell of a lot weirder in the state of Texas. On Nov. 30, 1966, Austin garage band The 13th Floor Elevators released their The Psychedelic Sounds Of album on Houston's International Artists label. Powered by the raw, fluttering classic "You're Gonna Miss ... More >>
• Above is a video from Arthur Yoria's Web site which seems to document his recently wrapped-up "Protest Jingle" tour, but it was posted with commentary so we aren't 100% sure. • It's a quiet start to the week around these parts. Magnolia City Mixtape thinks most of Houston's music blogospher ... More >>
A band that started by accident, the Dead Weather is now here to stay.
Athlete, Carney: Sat., June 26. Walter's on Washington. All Leather, Balaclavas, Yip-Yip: Sat., May 15. The Mink. The Bangles, Tonic: Sat., May 29. Moody Gardens Outdoor Amphitheater. Tyagaraja, Black Queen Speaks, Peekaboo Theory, Robert Ellis & The Boys, The Tontons, VerseCity, Wayside Dri ... More >>
Jerry Lightfoot 1952-2006
A reclusive (and bitchy) local musician debuts on stage at the Texas Psych Fest