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August 13th, 2023

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Jai Wolf
@House of Blues

Sunday 8/13/2023 7:00 PM

[From All Kellman] Jai Wolf is an alias of Sajeeb Saha, a producer of melodic, dreamlike EDM who previously recorded under a handful of names, including No Pets Allowed. In 2015, he hit number 31 on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart with his track "Indian Summer." His full-length debut, The Cure to Loneliness, arrived in 2019, followed by tracks like 2022's "We Will Meet Again" with San Holo and 2023's "Want It All" with Evalyn.

Jai Wolf -
Want It All Featuring . Evalyn

Born in 1991 in Bangladesh, Saha moved with his family to the United States when he just a year old. Actively involved with music since the age of five when he took up the violin -- he was a New York all-state performer in high school -- he started making tracks during his teens. In his early twenties, as Jai Wolf, his style stabilized and he gained notice for his remix work. An unauthorized version of Skrillex's "Ease My Mind" impressed the original's maker enough to facilitate a partnership with the OWSLA label. Saha's own track, the bubbly "Indian Summer," was issued on Foreign Family Collective in 2015 and reached number 31 on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart that December. The wistful "Drive," featuring the Chain Gang of 1974, followed in 2016. Saha's notable remix credits also include Melanie Martinez's "Dollhouse," ODESZA's "Say My Name," and Mocki's "Weekend." Read more @All (Click Here)

HOB Houston
in GreenStreet

1204 Caroline St.
Houston, TX
(888) 402-5837
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Sunday 2/13/2023 2:00 PM

[From] Hailing from Southampton, UK, BISCITS has had a seminal impact on the global dance scene. Likened to some of the genre’s leading names, including Dom Dolla, Sidepiece and Noizu, BISCITS’ reputation for full-bodied peak-time cuts has seen him attain an impressive global appeal in a relatively short space of time.

Standout releases on some of the industry’s most respected imprints, including SOLOTOKO, Higher Ground, Black Book and Sola, have cemented BISCITS’ acclaim as a sought-after producer.

BISCITS prides himself on regular support from Pete Tong & Danny Howard on BBC Radio 1, Sirius XM, Slam Radio, Radio FG and many more. It’s fair to say that the BISCITS sound remains entrenched at the precipice of modern dance music.

Goodboys x Biscits x Max Mylo
The Loop

An undeniably talented remixer, BISCITS has also reimagined the work of several high-profile artists, including Ed Sheeran, Moby and Becky Hill, amongst others. His debut album also saw him collaborate with several artists, including Karen Harding, Good Boys, Everyone You Know, Sonny Fodera and more.

Outside of the studio, his performance passport is littered with stamps from North America, South America, the UK, Europe and Australia performing alongside Gorgon City, Fisher, Chris Lake, Cloonee, Sidepiece and WADE across the likes of Reading & Leeds Festival, EDC, Tomorrowland and support across Sonny Fodera’s US Tour in 2022.

BISCITS continues to be one of the industry’s most promising and fastest-growing talents, with much left to give.
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2301 Main Street
Houston, TX 77002
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"The Psychotherapy Sessions"
with Coal Chamber, GWAR
Nonpoint and Butcher Babies
@The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

Sunday 8/13/2013 5:30 PM
Gates Open 4:30 PM

[From All Music.comWilliam Ruhlmann] Heavy metal quartet Mudvayne formed in Peoria, IL, in 1996, its members adopting the unusual pseudonyms sPaG (M. McDonough) (drums), Gurrg (G. Tribbett) (guitar), and Kud (Chad Gray) (vocals). The group's original bassist was replaced after two years by Ryknow (Ryan Martinie). During their development, the bandmembers began the practice of applying bizarre makeup. After self-releasing their first album, Kill, I Oughta, they were signed by Epic Records and recorded their major-label debut, L.D. 50, which was released in August 2000 shortly after the end of their first national tour opening for Slipknot.


The album later went gold and earned Mudvayne the first-ever MTV2 Video Award at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards. Mudvayne continued touring and reissued their self-released debut EP, Kill, I Oughta, in November 2001 as The Beginning of All Things to End. A year later the band returned with its official follow-up, The End of All Things to Come, which was recorded at Minneapolis' Pachyderm Studios with Tool producer David Bottrill. With a new album came new personas, this time as space aliens. The bandmembers changed their names accordingly, taking the new monikers of Chüd (Kud), Güüg (Gurrg), R-üD (Ryknow), and Spüg (sPaG). They embarked on a European tour, arriving back stateside in July to join the Summer Sanitarium shed tour, featuring such heavyweights as Metallica and Linkin Park. In 2005, the band released Lost and Found, their third album for Epic. In September 2007, Mudvayne announced they would allow fans to vote on the band's website to determine the track selection for the compilation By the People, for the People, released the following month. The all new full-length New Game arrived in November 2008, followed six months later by an eponymous 2009 effort. Read more @All (Click Here)

Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
2005 Lake Robbins Dr.
The Woodlands, TX 77380
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H-Town Sneaker

Sunday 12/13/2023 3:00PM – 8:00PM

Pull up to the highly anticipated H-Town Sneaker Summit at NRG Center on Sunday, August 13th! This is the original community sneaker event that started it all! Buy, sell, trade, and admire rare and collectible sneakers, apparel, and accessories! Get ready for an unforgettable experience with special guests, contests, prizes, and much more! Take a break and refuel with your friends in the Monster Energy Traders Lounge! Grab your Early Bird Discount Tickets now to save!

NRG Park
NRG Stadium
NRG Center

1 NRG Pkwy
Houston, TX

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Meat N' Bone


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