ScoreMore shows made a big announcement this week when they let us know they were presenting three Texas concerts featuring Houston hip-hop fave Trae Tha Truth. The bigger news? All FREE.
The Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival tour stop for San Antonio is changing venues. We also have some important info about tickets purchased and the upcoming ticket sale. Read up, because you don’t want to miss Slayer.
After a successful US headlining tour, White Arrows will hit the road with OK Go. The tour will make three Texas stops this spring.
Sunday, June 15, San Antonio-based indie band The Hawks (of Holy Rosary) will be performing a headlining concert at Spider House Ballroom. This show is their last of a short tour that included a string of dates supporting Dr. Dog. Austin-based indie-pop band Burgess Meredith will follow and Slomo Drags open the show.
San Antonio indie-rockers The Rich Hands will showcase their ’60s-inspired garage rock on multiple occasions during South by Southwest. You might want to check them out before they take off and play on bills with expensive tickets later.
Get your broke ass ready for the annual Fun Fun Fun Fest Scavenger Hunt! The madness happens in Austin, Dallas, San Antonio and Houston. We have the details for you.
Michael Carrillo is on a relentless search for a musical unity similar to that of bands he admires. Hence, the complexity of his band’s lineup history. Read about Deer Vibes and their self-described “indie rock shit/sad orchestral” sound.
San Antonio-based indie band Phonolux is the next band to come out of San Antonio to get over the hump of being from “Austin’s little brother.” Their new EP “Feathered Fortress” is available now on iTunes.
We have two tickets we’re giving away to check out the OVRLD indie showcase at Lambert’s this weekend. Sphynx and Good Field perform with San Antonio-based Wild Party. This should make for one good ass night.
There are a few things you can always rely on during summer: tan lines, devastatingly hot temperatures and the Vans Warped Tour. Last weekend, the tour made its annual stop in San Antonio at the AT&T Center, and despite a few raindrops as the doors opened, fans came out in hordes to see the 80+ […]
Last summer, Of Mice & Men released their sophomore album The Flood , their best album to date and probably one of the best new hardcore albums of 2011. The wildly popular album shot the band onto a whole new level, but it hasn’t all been smooth sailing. Earlier this year, Shayley Bourget, one of […]
Hailing from San Antonio, Girl in a Coma, have come far since the band formed the night Nina Diaz (vocals/guitar) first sang for her older sister, Phanie Diaz (drums), and friend Jenn Alva (bass). Now, the indie rock trio is signed to Joann Jett’s label and has opened for Morrissey, Sia, Tegan and Sara, The […]
Red River Noise as a brand has been around for 15 months, but the people who write, edit and operate this beastly machine have been around for years. We are Austin music veterans, as fans and promoters, and we—the people behind the Noise—aren’t going anywhere. We will continue to write, take photos and shoot videos […]