Music

John Allen Stephens Trades the Studio for Stage

With producer credits for The Suffers, The Tontons, and even J Balvin, the local artist recently dropped an album of his own. There was much to discuss.

11/06/2018 By Madonna Matta

Bye bye herby

Remembering Herb Remington

The legendary steel guitarist left his mark on music and the city.

10/31/2018 By Brittanie Shey

Knowles News

Solange Wants to 'Make Your Trunk Rattle'

In other words: Prepare yourself for a new album.

10/15/2018 By Morgan Kinney

Sweet Honey

Peyton Wants Her Music to Last Forever

"My end goal is to make things [that are] classic—not just stuff for this specific time. I want to make things that are timeless."

10/15/2018 By Madonna Matta

We Chillin'

Youth Soul Love Is More than His Name Lets On

We talk with the Houston-raised artist about his background and viral new EP.

10/10/2018 By Julia Davila

The Truth

Vérité Pops into Houston

Learn more about Kelsey Byrne's musical act ahead of a Tuesday show.

10/05/2018 By Madonna Matta

Beachy Goodness

Listen to 18 Summers, Rome Hero Foxes' Buzz-Worthy New Release

The refined sophomore album could propel the Houston band to national attention.

07/31/2018 By Cory Garcia

Album Review

Everything Here Has a Little Bit of, Uh, Everything

The new album from The Suffers further expands their already all-encompassing sound.

07/13/2018 By Cory Garcia

Remarkable things

Bill Murray and Friends Slayed At Jones Hall

The New Worlds tour has to be seen to be believed. You also just really need to see it.

04/17/2018 By Dianna Wray

Let's Go

Matt and Kim Are Un-Retired and Ready to Play

The bubbly Brooklyn duo talks their new album ahead of next week's show at White Oak Music Hall.

04/04/2018 By Josh Davis

light it up

5 Things You Must Do This Weekend, Feb. 9–11

Kam Franklin sings to trees, liberal rednecks, a Mardi Gras kickoff, and more.

02/08/2018 By Morgan Kinney

Robot Love

Robot Puppets Will Soon Invade Jones Hall

Nufonia Must Fall takes shape as “a live silent film" telling the story of an antiquated robot who falls in love with his master.

02/07/2018 By Chris Becker

Up and Coming

Alex Aiono Is Ready to Move Beyond Mashups

With a show at White Oak Music Hall, the 21-year-old YouTuber talks his debut album and making sure his mom is always proud.

01/24/2018 By Josh Davis

bidi bidi bom bom

This Texas City Singer Reenacts Selena's Life in Murder Made Me Famous: Yolanda Saldivar

A longtime Selena tribute artist brings the Tejano superstar back to life, for a time.

12/08/2017 By Camilo Smith

Jazz

Join Houston's Own Tianna Hall for an Evening of Jazz

The Broadway singer-turned-jazz-crooner opens up before her Bayou City performances.

12/04/2017 By Chris Becker

Music Talk

Let's Talk About Talk, Vodi's Debut Album

"If Fleetwood Mac produced a soundtrack to Stranger Things, it would sound a whole lot like local Houston band Vodi’s debut album."

11/22/2017 By Laura Furr Mericas

Far From Old Fashioned

D'Ussé Cognac Didn't Invent the Remix, But It's Making the Most of It

Cognac and music production meet in unlikely ways, with a delicious recipe.

11/21/2017 By Nath Pizzolatto

Bayougraphy

Legendary Steel Guitarist Herb Remington Looks Back

You know this 91-year-old Houstonian’s music, if not his name.

10/30/2017 By Brittanie Shey

Tour Time

5 Things You Must Do This Weekend, Oct. 6–8

Two weird tours, two musical diversions, one (of many) art fairs.

10/05/2017 By Morgan Kinney

sza-approved

How the Hive Society Used Twitter to Land Big Artist Donations

This small Houston non-profit harnessed social media to attract Harvey relief from SZA, Kehlani and more.

09/27/2017 By Nandi Howard