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Blue October sells out Revention

On November 24, 2017, Blue October sells out their concert tickets for their performance at Revention Center. Blue October came to play at their hometown for their “I Want It” tour and the amount of support for the beloved band was unmatched, lines for Blue October wrapped the entire block

방탄소년단 (BTS) : Love Yourself ‘Her’ Album Review

Track list: Intro: Serendipity* DNA* Best of Me* 보조게 (Dimples) Pied Piper* Skit: Billboard Music Awards Speech Mic Drop* 고고 (Go go)* Outro: Her* Skit: 망설임과 두려움 (Fear and Hesitation) 바다 (Sea) *Songs I’ll be analyzing Intro: BTS, known by other names such as Bangtan Sonyeondan (방탄소년단), Bangtan Boys, or Beyond the Scene.

Kanye West cancels the rest of his tour

Kayne West canceled the rest of his Saint Pablo Tour after making multiple statements about how if he had voted, it would have been cast for voting Trump. This in turn resulted in hate from his fan base. Kayne had 21 shows left before he canceled. Kanye last show was last

Dierks Bentley

Houston Rodeo veteran, Dierks Bentley, came back to his stomping grounds Monday night. This rodeo performance marks his sixth time at the Houston Rodeo and by now his audience has grown up. The seats were filled with families and older adults, who could identify with Bentley, a 39-year-old. “5-1-5-0” was a tough

5 Of The Grooviest Beats You’ve Never Heard

Those who follow my blog know that I often cover video games 99% of gamers have never played. If you've been reading my online articles on our Insight page, you'd know that I review music in genres that most people don't know exist. I like to consider myself a hipster,

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

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

Paco de Lucía, Famed Flamenco Guitarist Dead

Paco de Lucía, a master flamenco guitarist, died this Wednesday at age 66 in Mexican coastal town, Playa del Carmen. Born Francisco Sánchez Gómez in Algeciras, Spain on Dec. 21, 1947 he won his first international flamenco competition when he was only 14 years old. Shortly thereafter he recorded his first

California Rapper Kyle On the Rise

Kyle, an up and coming rapper and singer from Ventura, California has his goals set and is successfully working towards them. Known and respected by the likes of other accomplished artists in his genre such as Childish Gambino and Chance the Rapper, Kyle is quickly making a name for himself

The 56th Annual Grammy Awards: The Winners

Grammy Awards 2014: The Complete Winners List Album of the Year: Daft Punk, Random Access Memories (Julian Casablancas, DJ Falcon, Todd Edwards, Chilly Gonzales, Giorgio Moroder, Panda Bear, Nile Rodgers, Paul Williams & Pharrell Williams, featured artists; Thomas Bangalter, Julian Casablancas, Guy-Manuel De Homem-Christo, DJ Falcon & Todd Edwards, producers; Peter Franco,

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

Study Sessions

If, like me, you are a high school student preparing to take finals soon, you are probably looking for a study method that works for you. I love listening to music while I'm studying. It ensures that I don't get bored while studying, but it isn't distracting enough that I can't

Rusko Concert Review

RUSKO was a big kid onstage at the Houston House of Blues. Outside House of Blues, up three flights of stairs, lies the ticket window. This can be a pain if you were one of the hundreds of fans dressed in short shorts, tank tops, bikinis and baseball caps that came

Five Memorable Moments of the AMAs

As expected, for those of you who missed it (and those who just want to reflect), here are the five most memorable moments of the 2013 American Music Awards. In no particular order: 1. Ariana Grande Slays the Basics | After One Direction gave such as disappointingly subpar performance of their hit

The Music of Video Games

For some of us gamers, what we remember most about our favorite games is the action. For others it's the environment we played it in. Personally, what sticks with me after many years are the sounds I hear, ringing, embedding their patterns in my mind long after I press pause. Connections

“Bonobo” Concert Review

Featuring psychedelic visuals, driving basslines, and enthusiastic melodies, Simon Green (stage name Bonobo) and his band fed off the energy of the crowd and created a live performance rivaling their recordings at Fitzgerald's on Friday, November 8. The opening act, Chet Faker, was lively. Bobbing his body while tapping away at

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