Dr. Teeth Presents “Pas Honteux”: A Trippy & Surreal New Wave French Film with a Familiar Twist

This past week Splashtown really showed out on all fronts. Amidst the heavy amount of raining we've been experiencing for the passed 40 days and 40 nights, Houston's Bar 5015 & Courvoisier played host to the red carpet screening of Pas Honteux, a new wave French Foreign Language film directed by legendary Houston contributor, Dr. … Continue reading Dr. Teeth Presents “Pas Honteux”: A Trippy & Surreal New Wave French Film with a Familiar Twist

Bushwick Bill: Geto Boy is an Important Documentary for Houston Hip-Hop

Photo by Peter Beste The director of Bushwick Bill’s: Geto Boy documentary, Gregy Roman, was in tears at the Museum Fine Arts of Houston telling the audience how proud he was making this film. Despite how taxing the production was一mostly because gaining the Houston legend’s trust was no easy feat 一he couldn't be more pleased … Continue reading Bushwick Bill: Geto Boy is an Important Documentary for Houston Hip-Hop

The Greatest of All Players: An Interview with Lil’ O

Lil’ O calls his newest album, The Greatest of All Players, his magnum opus. The Nigerian-American Houston legend, whose career has spanned for over 20 years, seemingly gets better with age. In a genre that is considered a “young man’s game,” it’s easy for artists to fizzle out as the years go by, especially in … Continue reading The Greatest of All Players: An Interview with Lil’ O

Starting from Scratch: An Interview with Lance Scott Walker

Photo from Lance Scott Walker Hip-Hop in Houston has a very rich history. Houston possesses a special kind of Southern ingenuity一we’ve always been known for doing things ourselves, making something out of nothing, and making sure our voices were heard. From the early days of Radio Personality and Rap Pioneer, MC Wickett Crickett and Houston … Continue reading Starting from Scratch: An Interview with Lance Scott Walker