Contributor Connor Fields is a music photographer and writer for the Houston Press. Whether covering local shows or major-label acts, he seeks to give an undervalued Houston music scene the level of attention it deserves. When he's not trying to convince others of the importance of Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp a Butterfly, he can usually be found stuck in Houston traffic.
2 hours ago | Things To Do
In 2018, no one better represented the idea of a "genreless" artist than Damon McMahon (aka Amen Dunes), a Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter who with the release of 2018’s Freedom, showed off his ability to craft something completely singular. In r...
2 days ago | Houston 101
Pulling up to Satellite Bar in an Uber almost always results in the same confused reaction from the driver. Sandwiched between a Whataburger and a dated car wash in the city’s Greater East End, the 2,000 square foot building is about as discreet a...
19 days ago | Concerts
The Black Angels at White Oak Music Hall, December 27, 2018. With a noise-heavy approach that expands the classic sounds of 1960s acts like Roky Erickson, The Black Angels have ushered in a new era of Texas psych rock that was evident throughout T...
26 days ago | Music
2018 is coming to an end, and with that is the inevitable overload of year-end lists from entertainment publications far and wide. However, rather than beat you over the head with the obviously great releases found on the hundreds of countdowns ou...
1 month ago | Concerts
Fear at Warehouse Live, Wednesday, December 12, 2018. Despite the toned down physicality of their once machismo-dominated live show, Lee Ving and Fear showed out to be a group still plenty capable of hitting their musical mark, still with plenty t...
2 months ago | Concerts
Gary Clark Jr. live at Revention Music Center, Friday, November 30, 2018. Though Clark’s reverence for blues giants like Hendrix and King is still plenty evident in his music (and live show), he showed Friday night that he now has the freedom to t...