Mac Miller- Dang! (feat. Anderson .Paak) [Video]


Mac Miller released his visual for “Dang!” featuring Anderson. Paak. In the retro video below, the two talk about their relationship issues. The track is expected to be included on Mac’s upcoming album The Divine Feminine, set to drop on Sept. 16.

Mac also announced The Divine Feminine Tour and will be making three Texas stops. Tickets go on sale this Friday, August 5th at 10AM. Snag them below:

11/19 – Dallas – The Bomb Factory 
11/20 – Houston – Revention Music Center
11/21 – Austin – Emo’s 

Danny Brown – Atrocity EXhibition


It’s been nearly three years since we’ve received a full project from Danny Brown. Last month he dropped the single “When It Rain”, and Sunday evening Danny finally announced his fourth-coming album, Atrocity EXhibition.

The album is inspired by a Joy Division song, which is named after a JG Ballard book.

Danny still hasn’t given us a release date for Atrocity EXhibition, but yesterday he announced an accompanying tour with 40 stops that starts mid-September. We should expect the project sometime between now and then.

Danny will be making three Texas stops and tickets go on sale this Wednesday, July 20th at 10AM. Snag them below:

10/20 – Houston – Warehouse Live
10/21 – Dallas – Southside Music Hall
10/23 – Austin – Emo’s Austin

Make sure to peep Danny’s latest track “When It Rain” if you haven’t yet, and stay on the lookout for Atrocity EXhibition!

AlunaGeorge – I Remember


Today on BBC 1 Radio AlunaGeorge debuted her title track with Flume off her upcoming album. Along with the track she released the cover art for the album, which is expected to come out sometime this spring. Listen to the new track below and catch one of her upcoming shows in Texas or her performance at this year’s Neon Desert Festival.

5/26 — Houston @ Warehouse Live
5/27 — Austin @ Emo’s
5/28 — El Paso @ Neon Desert Music Festival

3/3 — Houston @ Warehouse Live

Devin The Dude – Austin October 24 Postponed


Due to anticipated bad weather, Devin The Dude’s show in Austin Saturday, October 24 will be moving to January 29, 2016. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause but ultimately it is the best decision for the artist and everyone involved. Your safety is our highest priority and we want the show to happen on a night when everyone can come out and have a great time in a safe environment. We appreciate everyone that has already bought tickets and look forward to seeing you at the rescheduled date. All tickets will be honored for the new date. Devin, C3 and ScoreMore would like to thank you for your understanding. For any info needed, please contact [email protected] See you in January!

Miguel – Wildheart Tour Kicks Off in Texas

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This past weekend, Miguel kicked off his Wildheart Tour in Texas, supporting his wildly anticipated third release of the same name. Wildheart is a fresh take on R&B, blending elements of psychedelia and the inexplicable new sound that many are dubbing “future-soul” to create a unique project that can be jammed during more activities than just the horizontal tango. Miguel kicked the tour off in Austin on Friday, July 24 at Emo’s before moving onto Dallas at South Side Ball Room and Houston at Warehouse Live, all the while performing with his incredible live band. Also, female blues-rocker/singer Dorothy opened for each date. Check out the photos from the Miguel Texas shows, including a sold out Houston show, below:

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Photo Credits:
Photos 1, 4, 5, 9, 11, 12 by Grant Waring
Photos 2, 3, 6, 8, 10, 13, 15, 16 by Greg Noire
Photos 7, 14 by Justin Hashaw

Miguel – Wildheart (Buy & Stream) + Jimmy Kimmel & GMA Performances


Today, Miguel released Wildheart, his third studio album and first full release in almost three years. The album features Miguel crooning over beautiful production, much of which is unorthodox in terms of the typical R&B you hear encapsulating the Top 40 these days. Miguel has a sound of his own and with a full band to accompany him on his Wildheart Tour hitting Texas next month, we know this is going to be an amazing experience for music lovers of all different kinds. Check out his performance on Jimmy Kimmel last night (below) and Good Morning America this morning plus a review of the album by the New York Times. You can also grab tickets below, stream the album here or here and buy the regular album and deluxe album as well on iTunes.

7/24 – Austin @ Emo’s Austin
7/25 – Dallas @ South Side Music Hall
7/26 – Houston @ Warehouse Live

Logic Texas Run Review – (Photos from Houston & San Antonio)

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Less than a year ago, Logic hit Texas and there might have been 150 people in the room – the OG fans, those that have been fans since the mixtape days. Since then, he dropped his debut album, Under Pressure, which sold 73,000 copies it’s first week and 93,000+ to date, allowing for him to continue to grow his fan base – or as he calls them, the RattPack – to an unbelievable level. That’s why the same room he played in Austin last time, Emo’s, sold over 1,500 more tickets this time. He sold out Houston, Dallas, Austin AND San Antonio – all days in advance. Here are some of the reasons why:

Logic knows how to connect with his fans. During his Dallas show a few days ago, someone in the crowd had a seizure. RIGHT as Logic got off the stage, he found out what hospital the fan had been admitted to and went directly there to check on him and hang out. During the meet and greet before his Austin show, a fan was wearing a “Rap with Logic or Die Trying” t-shirt. Logic told him he wouldn’t be able to get on stage just by wearing the t-shirt, but after a few songs, Logic noticed the fan, ten or so rows back, rapping every word and invited him up on stage.

“I’m gonna be your hype man,” Logic said and what went down next was truly amazing, a dream for any hip-hop head – the kid knew every word, bringing the house down with a surprisingly solid stage presence.

While Logic’s album was still being produced, he was trying to get a sample from Vanilla Sky cleared – one of Penelope Cruz’s lines from the film. When he tried to get in touch with her and her people, she was off in Spain and couldn’t be reached, according to Logic. Instead of dropping the idea for the song, Logic remembered a fan from Austin that he met during his previous visit, who had a beautiful Columbian accent, and requested that she come record Cruz’s line so he could avoid having to clear the sample. Logic pointed her out during his show last night in Austin and told the aforementioned story.

He also spent a portion of his show pointing out fans in the crowd, asking them their names, ages, where they were from and personally thanking them for coming to the show and for being fans.

It’s not everyday that you see things like this in the world of live music or music in general. Logic is a genuine human being who knows the value of personally connecting with the people who support him. He is a breath of fresh air and we hope he continues to see all the success he deserves.

Thanks to everyone who came to the shows this time around. It was truly an incredible experience and we’re glad you could all be a part of it with us. See below for more photos from the Houston and San Antonio dates and we’ll see y’all next time Logic comes through.

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Photos 1, 4, 6, 9, 10 and 12 (Houston): Jerms318
Photos 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 11 and 13 (Houston): Justin Hashaw
Photos 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 (San Antonio): Chavis Barron