The Red Elvises @ The Continental Club
Atmosphere/Mr. Dibbs/Micranots/Deejay Bird/OddJobs/Brother Ali @ The Engine Room
Pigface w/ Dope & Professional Murder Music @ Fitzgerald’s
Lyle Lovett @ Jones Hall
30footFALL/Pansy Division/Huff Rally @ Fitzgerald’s
Pretty Girls Make Graves/Cobra High/Young People/S Process @ Fat Cat’s
Chevelle w/ Dredg @ Verizon Wireless Theater
Shadows Fall/God Forbid/Lamb Of God/Avenged Sevenfold @ The […]
Entries from November 2003
November 24th, 2003 · Comments Off on Give thanks for the rock
November 21st, 2003 · Comments Off on Weekend Plans
If you’re going out tonight, this is the show to see: Flametrick Subs with Los Skarnales and Molly & The Ringwald’s @ The Continental Club. If you haven’t seen the Subs play before, you don’t know what you’re missing. They offer the best in rockabilly, death, aliens, and cheerleaders. A must-see show.
Saturday’s show at Fitz’s […]
November 18th, 2003 · Comments Off on 10 Questions for Work
I recently heard about a local hip-hop group called Work and decided to find out more about them. They are playing on Saturday night at Walter’s on Washington as part of the ANTICON USA tour. The bill also features Sole, Alias, Odd Nosdam, Telephone Jim Jesus, Babel Fishh, Killers for Hire DJs, Rob Mozel, and […]
November 16th, 2003 · Comments Off on A Day in the Life + the week in music
Visit the newly revamped Swizzle-Stick (www.swizzle-stick.com) for great music news and reviews, including my take on Friday’s concert by NYC’s The Damnwells and Tody and the Falcon in Houston.
Also, I attended the Loud and Clear 2003 charity event last night at Vine Street Studios, sponsored by the Houston chapter of AIGA and 90.1 KPFT. Basically, […]
November 15th, 2003 · Comments Off on The Damnwells/Tody and the Falcon
The Damnwells are awesome and should be huge. Visit the newly revamped Swizzle-Stick.com on Monday for details of the night’s festivities.
Tody and the Falcon are an amazing Houston band that should be huge. I am not quite sure why/how I haven’t heard of these guys before but I will keep a watchful eye out for […]
November 8th, 2003 · Comments Off on 10 Questions for The Damnwells
A couple of years ago, a friend gave me some demos from a “new band out of New York City” called The Damnwells. At first listen, I was hooked. The songs had great melodies–a little bit country, a whole lotta rock’n’roll– and great lyrics. They create songs you can’t get out of your head, not […]
November 6th, 2003 · Comments Off on Fondue Monks CD Release Show–more interviews
Fondue Monks have gained quite a reputation in Houston. Their live shows are known for their intensity and extended musical interludes. Propelled by bassist Rozz Zamorano’s high-energy style, blazing guitarwork from Steve Olson, incredible drumming from Ronnie Zamorano, and singer Denver Courtney’s great stage presence, the band’s shows have become something not to be missed.