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Big Sean I Decided Tour

Big Sean kicked off his I Decided Tour last night in Houston at the Revention Music Center. Houston was the first city of the tour and he sure did open it up with a bang. 18818

London Grammar Review

London Grammar, a burgeoning trip-hop band from the U.K., performed their first show in Texas at Fitzgerald's on the 17th. The sold-out show most definitely did not disappoint the packed crowd that came to see them. Their first song was more of a warm-up for the band than anything. Vocalist Hannah

Rodeo Houston Review: Robin Thicke

Robin Thicke brought his blue-eyed soul to the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo last night, to a crowd of enthusiastic young to middle-aged adults. With all members of his band decked out in shades of red and black, from the moment the fireworks signaled the start of the show it was

RodeoHouston Review: Jake Owen

Jake Owen is a performer who likes to shake things up. His March 12 performance at RodeoHouston definitely shook up the idea of what a performance at the rodeo should be. He stood out amongst other performers from the very first minute when, instead of being brought to the revolving stage

The American Dream Tour at House of Blues

Bring Me The Horizon headlined a show on Tuesday at the House of Blues and shared the night with metalcore bands Of Mice and Men and letlive., plus post-hardcore band Issues. In keeping with metalcore tradition, there was much screaming, crowdsurfing, and ad-libbing. What stood out the most was the

Abiotic, Dysmetria, Gods of Death Screw Concert Review

Those who went to Fitzgerald's Thursday night were treated to an up close and personal death metal performance. Abiotic, the headliner, is a technical death metal band from Miami whose band image portrays young white guys of average height. Playing the hits and other songs from their upcoming album, they demonstrated

Head and the Heart Make Houston Quiet

The Head and the Heart make up that peculiar territory within indie music that is too indie to be classified properly. They have boomed in the past few years, or at least as much as an unclassifiable mellow, folk-like band really can. This past week the six person band played for

Weekdays Bring The Weeknd to the Bayou Music Center

With each airy high note that The Weeknd hit last night at the Bayou Music Center in Houston, it became harder not to walk away from the concert as a full blown fan. The sultry artist's taboo lyrics and production set the crowd ablaze as he poured his heart out, singing