When Rocks Off published our choices for "Houston's Top 25 Closed Music Venues" back in July, we knew all along there would be a Part 2. We just didn't know how many were left. Today, after excavating the memories of 25 more, we're still probably not done. Please let us know what else we missed, an ... More >>
Houston's Top 10
Three years ago, the Houston Chronicle released a pretty much dive bar-free list of 20 dive bars, and now their scrappy little sibling 29-95 has inflicted a similarly hapless collection of ten of the same. On the 29-95 list: Rudyard's, Boondocks, Warren's, Poison Girl, Catbirds, the Continental Clu ... More >>
Pegstar's Jagi Katial hunted and pecked until he put together a big-time music festival.
â€‹If you think trying to keep track of which bands are playing where is tough, try it with the umpteen regular DJ nights popping up around Houston like so many toadstools after a fresh rain. On second thought, don't - that's what we're here for. Here are some new or upcoming recurring events that h ... More >>
Tonight, see how - or where, anyway - the beautiful people kick back at House of Blues' new weekly "Rock & Roll" night in the venue's ultra-plush and oddly brothel-like Foundation Room (entrance on Dallas Street), with no cover, $3 beer and whiskey, tunes curated by Metropol/Stuka/Mink veteran T ... More >>
Wanna hang out with Vince Neil? Got an extra five grand on ya?
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Tim Murrah's Stuka goes down in flames
An omnivorous three-headed DJ monster wants to rewrite your old musical code with hip-hop vibes
Alex Lozano trumpets a 420 soiree and the return of the Westheimer Street Festival to its old home
Tim Murrah unleashes another blitzkrieg on Houston nightlife
Houston Press Music Awards Showcase 2002
Among musicians, everyone wants to become an author
At Tim Murrah's Metropol, it's about music, not style
If you blinked, you often missed the latest club opening (and closing) on the nightlife circuit
Cat Power -- Bloodhound Gang -- Rollins Band