Archive for January, 2009

Houston Music: To infinity and beyond

The local show on 91.7 featured the Mathletes Tuesday with new guitarist, The Mighty Bret Taylor. You may remember him from such bands as By the End of Tonight or from his solo project, Sings. Joe Mathlete will be playing a solo set with The Mckenzies this Saturday on Valentines Day February 14, 2009. Here is a peak at one of The Mathletes music videos.

 

Indiehouston.org presents The Mckenzies CD Release Party with The Ton Tons, Mathletes, Built By Snow

Indiehouston is releasing the McKenzies’ first self-titled EP this February 14th at Walter’s on Washington. Bring your main squeeze or your “lonely heart” for a night of dancing with The McKenzies, The Ton Tons, The Mathletes, and Built By Snow.

The Mckenzies :: This Lonely Heart
Built By Snow :: Something in 3D
The Tontons :: Syrup
The Mathletes :: Yet Another Song About You

 

Indiehouston Fridays: Time Machine Veterans


Indiehouston.org Fridays with Time Machine Veterans from robert de los santos on Vimeo.

 

Thursday Early Show with ListenListen, AU, The Wild Moccasins @ The Mink

AU – RR vs. D from Rainbow Dropshadow on Vimeo.

 

Reasons to get out of bed this weekend:

Through a divorce it is always the children that suffer, and suffer we did when it was announced that The Secret Saturday Show and The Shady Tavern were parting ways. But alas Daddy has got a new girlfriend and she is 901 Eleanor, in Lindale Park. You got it, the Secret Saturday Shows have  been revived and with an amazing lineup: The Mathletes, Sings (Brett Taylor from By The End Of Tonight), Guitars, Sad Gorilla (Lucas from Satin Hooks on stage alone), Sew What, and Time Machine Veterans (A cornucopia of talent and ass kicking power pop riffs), with more still TBA. Did I mention that this thing is FREE?! Well get off your ass early cause it starts around noon and runs till about 6. Food will be available but bring your own booze.

MV & EE and the Linus Pauling Quartet @ Rudyards! I know I’m gonna be there. LP4 always and I do mean always puts on a good show with notes and riffs that twist and turn and make you buckle under the weight of their sound. Not to mention that Houston’s Ramon Medina is in LP4. If to date you have not listened to MV & EE, shame, just shame. Get out there. The lulling yet captivating sound of MV & EE is totally worth the 7 measly dollars. So be there, Rudyard’s, Saturday.
MV & EE :: Away
Linus Pauling Quartet :: Bongfire

 

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