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 months ago | Festivals
In treading through the annals of rock music, it’s hard to argue that any approach to the genre has been more persistent than psychedelic-rock. From the jangling opening riff of 13th Floor Elevators’ “You’re Gonna Miss Me,” to the outpouring of gr...
3 months ago | Concerts
For many of us, this pandemic has entirely redefined the process of yearning. Where we once yearned for often unrealistic things that we hoped we would one day have, we now find ourselves yearning for everyday simplicities that were at our fingert...
4 months ago | Indie
It goes without saying that 2020 has been a year we’d rather forget—an endless feedback loop of disappointment and disaster. It’s even further obvious that few have had a more difficult path navigating this mess than the countless number of musici...
1 year ago | Concerts
As COVID-19 wreaks havoc on small businesses throughout the city, forcing a mass stream of layoffs and shuttering of operations, business owners of all forms are dreaming up different ways to mitigate these losses in any way they can. Whether it’s...
1 year ago | Indie
With life as we know it being virtually upended by COVID-19, and a mandatory stay at home order being issued for Harris County (and most surrounding counties), it’s safe to say that we’ll continue needing things to pass the time with during this i...
2 years 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...