7 months ago | Houston Music
To casual observers and critics alike, punk was considered a flash-in-the-pan genre, just another degenerate subculture that would fade quicker than a searing, loud-as-hell album after turning off the electricity. Unfortunately for them, punk was ...
1 year ago | Breaking News
Arthur Hays was an irreplaceable figure in music scenes that included San Antonio, Austin, and most recently Houston. A Texas native son born who graduated from high school in the early 1970s, he was a rock'n'roll drum legend whose sheer titanic p...
2 years ago | Music
For 40 years, groundbreaking hardcore punk band MDC has proven that commitment works. As a globe-reaching political unit, they foreshadowed The Woke Generation's emphasis on social justice, pro-LGBTQIA fights, environmental awareness, labor concer...
2 years ago | Current Events
Ever since the tumult and turmoil of the late-1960s, when Peter Case was a lean hectic teenager hitching himself to songcraft, he has been searching. Using the naked compass of writing to find his bearings in the world, he followed varied, vivid p...
2 years ago | Breaking News
Mike Watt occupies his own niche in the space and time continuum of punk rock. He seems to belong everywhere and nowhere, simultaneously. Although he graduated high school in 1976 and fervently took the alternative path out of stadium rock clichés...
2 years ago | Local Spotlight
Punk in Houston was a curious Southern aberration, an explosion of personalities and styles that ran the gamut from carefully crafted renegade soundwaves to jittery art-core and manic rock’n’roll. Bands tumbled quickly through the zeitgeist – Legi...