A deep dive into the song “Nudista Mundial ’89,” from Palomo’s new album, ‘World of Hassle,’ out September 15.
The Mesquite native revives 2010s R&B sounds in "Admit It," a song off her debut album, Aperture.
Hardy Fox, founder of the strange and influential band the Residents, developed his bizarre sensibility while growing up in small-town East Texas.
The near-forgotten River City boogie-funk band has reunited and a fresh anthology gives a new generation a chance to enjoy this sequin gem of a band.
How Dallas-raised Basinski’s life of trauma and creation prepared him to compose ‘The Disintegration Loops’ and console a grieving nation.
A massive box set reveals all the quirks and charms of a San Antonio–born genius.
Gaze at one of her vivid, mesmerizing paintings, and you'll see more the longer you look.
As one of the genre’s most prolific players, the West Texas-based musician brings an experimental approach to his work.
Khruangbin draws from a vast palette of sounds and traditions, making them a quintessentially Texan band.
Sarah Lipstate, Iggy Pop’s new favorite guitarist, approached her new album as a puzzle.
In a rare move, the iconoclastic Houston artist took his only solo album on the road—fifty years after its release.
Iliza Shlesinger, whose comic style mates icy reserve with feverish belligerence, hits the road.
Dallas's Annie Clark (a.k.a. St. Vincent) on her new album, the “weird high harmonics" of the late “Dimebag” Darrell Abbott, and the there's-nothing-in-the-world-quite-like-it quality of a Texas sky.
The new book "Houston Rap," makes it clear that by the time the city's rap scene began attracting national attention, its roots were already strong.
Houston rapper Riff Raff’s debut album is just the first step on his journey to world domination. No, really.
Talking with the people behind the recent compilation, Eccentric Soul: The Dynamic Label