One of Houston's most popular '90s bands, 30FootFALL, reunites for its 20th anniversary.
With due respect to the Hates, Really Red, Spunk and all the bands that have come before and since, for a certain generation of fans, 30footFALL is where Houston punk begins and ends. Thanks to years of nonstop touring, a string of uptempo albums, and high-profile compilation contributions, perhaps ... More >>
Broken Note Records returns from the graveyard of labels
Just like the rest of Houston, the local music scene saw plenty of ups and downs
Tony Avitia picks up the pieces of his Broken Note
Space City's tallest and shortest musicians rule the 2002 Houston Press Music Awards
Hip-hop, bad hair and bad jokes steer I-45 on a twisted joy ride
A guide to who's who in the Press Music Awards ballot. Plus, the where and when of the Press Music Awards Showcase!
Vamping down memory lane with members of the Kiss Army
Houston's indie record entrepreneurs do it for the love of the music. Of course, they don't mind moving a few units, either.
Tone Zone puts its new product on-line; Ezra Charles flogs his the old-fashioned way
Ames gets sued; the Juice -- Brutal and O.J.-- take to vinyl