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Looking for a good fright before Halloween night?

This Halloween season, get ready to face your fears with a visit to the longest run haunted house in Houston, Phobia. With the new location by Beltway 8 South, its easily accessible with even bigger and better  haunts to encounter!   What to expect In the futuristic take over horror-  they have the haunted house

Houston goes wild for YG’s #FDT Tour

On September 30,2016, California rapper, 26, puts on the biggest show for his Houston fans at Warehouse Live.   Opening artist; RJ, Kamiayah and Sad Boy, got the warehouse crowd hyped before YG came out. After all the opening acts the crowd was anticipating the appearance of YG on the stage. The crowd

Flying Lotus Stuns at ACL

By Ella Robertson Known for his off-beat, experimental style of music, producer Flying Lotus has been able to capture the attention of fans from all genres.   After seeing the diverse audience he drew at Austin City Limits, it became all the more apparent that Flying Lotus's sound is the glue that brings

“Sounds Live Feels Live” 5 Seconds Of Summer 2016 world tour

  5 Seconds Of Summer ended the U.S leg of their 2016 world tour in Houston, Texas September 18th, at the Cynthia Mitchell Woodlands Pavilion and it defiantly was one to remember. Roy English kicked off the concert Sunday with a bang! The charisma he exuded while working the crowd with each song

Just Brittany Makes an Appearance at Free Press

By Ella Robertson Just Brittany, a Houston-based singer and rapper, made her debut appearance on BeatKing's stage at Free Press Summer Fest. Alongside the artist, she rapped and twerked, but don't make any assumptions; that's not all Just Brittany's about. "I'm a singer... I started out singing, but BeatKing was the one

Say Anything at House of Blues

By: Kayla Sturdevant On May 27th Say Anything performed at the House of Blues in Houston with "their best audience yet." Lead singer Max Bemis said he thinks every night the crowd cheered louder and louder. Bemis said each audience tells the next audience to cheer louder than they did. Say Anything played

An Outsider in a Dubstep Crowd

By Ella Robertson When Zeds Dead began performing at Free Press Summer Fest, crowds of people pushed themselves up toward the stage, and I found myself swept into the group as well; however, I was completely unfamiliar with EDM and dubstep music. From an outsider's perspective, the most distinguishable aspect regarding this

Free Press Highlights: Jamie xx

By Ella Robertson At the age of 27, Jamie Smith's (Jamie XX) career in music has spanned countless genres, including indie, future garage, electronica, and house music; however, at his set at Free Press, he shed his roots in pop that were planted during his work with The xx and focused on

Matt and Kim captivate at Free Press

By Ella Robertson The indie duo Matt and Kim are inseparable from their music's characterization as upbeat and buoyant, and this label was solidified during their performance at Free Press on June 4th. After a surprisingly ominous opening, the pair stepped onto stage and began to draw a crowd in with "It's

Steve Jobs- (Movie Review)

Steve Jobs is a hysterical depiction of the history of Apple’s rocky start along with the behaviors and actions of its founder, the legendary Steve Jobs. The movie takes us behind the scenes of two big Apple releases and one release from Steve Jobs second company - NEXT. We are able