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.
4 months ago | Concerts
With so many hometown festivities packed into the weekend—from a hopeful Astros playoff series, to numerous Oktoberfest celebrations, to Saturday night's cosmic outing with Tame Impala—Houston was in need of a cool down come Sunday evening. For th...
6 months ago | Music
Before diving into the debut full-length from Motel Radio, all signs indicate that the experience is certain to be a soothing one. Initially, your eyes lock into the album artwork, which by the use of a beach-themed color palette, amounts to a mou...
6 months ago | Concerts
Listening to the music of Drugdealer can feel like entering a time warp. The sparsity of the arrangements, the aridity of the production, and the classic pop melodies embedded in each tune immediately bring to mind the music of the 1960s and 1970s...
7 months ago | Concerts
When it was announced back in February that both Mac Demarco and Thundercat would be joining the bill for Anderson .Paak ’s headlining slot at Revention Music Center, the reaction of many was likely that of confusion. Given the hip-hop-leaning sty...
8 months ago | Concerts
“This is fucking crazy man!” For Brandon Paak Anderson (better known as Anderson .Paak), that’s about the only way these last few years can be summed up. After all, this is an artist who since 2014, has gone from releasing his debut album to littl...
10 months ago | Concerts
For more than a decade, Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter, Chris Cohen, was an artist lurking behind the scenes of the indie-rock world, touring and recording with some of the most enigmatic and critically-revered artists around, from Deerhoof t...