Karima Walker (Tucson, AZ) returns to Galveston Artist Residency on April 27th with Michael Stuart Allison.
April 1 - Merel & Tony, David Feil at BIG FACE @ NHAL
The Netherlands-plus-Texas duo Merel & Tony play a donation-based house show at BIG FACE (Loft 200 at the National Hotel Artist Lofts.
April 7 - A. Sinclair, Young Mammals, Cool Moon at VFW Post 880 (Large Hall).
A. Sinclair (Austin, TX / Dangerbird Records) debuts in Galveston with the summery, hook-heavy rock of Houston's Young Mammals and Cool Moon.
April 8 - Guilla, WNDBRKR, Cat Daddy Slick, Abe G at VFW Post 880
Houston rap artist and producer Guilla will be at the VFW with local support from the GTS family via WNDBRKR, Cat Daddy Slick, and Abe G.
April 22 - Giant Kitty, Anna Garza Q & A at Galveston Artist Residency
Wake the Zine editors Jorja and Laure host a Q&A with DIY veteran Anna Garza at 5:30pm, then Giant Kitty performs a live outdoor set at 8:00p,.
April 25 - Peelander-Z, Mannequin Mishap, Blast DAD at La Playa
The undeniable fun of Peelander-Z will be joined by Houston's impressive bass-and-drums duo Mannequin Mishap and the math rock of Blast DAD.
April 26 - De Camera Houston: "Blow Up, My City" at Galveston Artist Residency
Paris-based cellist Sonia Wieder-Atherton and Houston-based pianist Sarah Rothenberg perform to two 1960s short films by Chantal Akerman.
April 27 - Karima Walker, Michael Allison at Galveston Artist Residency
Tucson-based solo artist Karima Walker returns to Galveston with her mix of folk and electronica after an ambient set by Michael Stuart Allison.
April 29 - Swarming Branch, Ancient Cat Society at Old Quarter
The glam / folk of Swarming Branch is reminiscent of Bowie in the early 70s. The band is joined by the harmony-heavy folk of Ancient Cat Society.
April 29 - Halfway to Halloween Party: India Tigers in Texas, Mojave Red at Stuttgarden
Local psych rockers India Tigers in Texas and Houston's Mojave Red join forces to take you on a trip from Strand to "Halfway to Halloween."
May 6 - Tee Vee, Black Kite, Miears at VFW Post 880 (Large Hall)
An all-woman lineup of electronic pop, including Houston duo Tee Vee, the compelling hooks of Miears, and the dark moods of Black Kite.