Houston is getting hot and heavy – and we’re not just talking about the weather. What else is hot and heavy, you ask? Well … the music scene at the 2017 Free Press Summer Fest Lineup. The annual music festival will be pumping up the jams June 3-4th. Here are the artists to look for during the 2017 FPSF Houston!
The Australian band with a heavy electronica influence is ready to drop the beat. With countless remixes and features with other leading artists, the ambient jams they produce are always inventive. Flume’s beat-driven music is sure to get some heads rockin’ and rollin’.
This poetic singer, whose songs often tend to point out the obvious societal gap between luxury life of excess and vast poverty, is back on the radar with a new single. Green Light is all the rave, and Lorde never ceases to produce anything but an exceptionally unique live performance.
The German folk pop band’s new album Blossom is circulating throughout the globe. A little more pop and beat influenced than their first album, Sandnecessary, Blossom features instrumentals, layered harmonies, and Spanish guitars, amid an electronica atmosphere. This niche and elaborate combination of influences are sure to make a live performance worthwhile.
The indie pop band derived from the Alaskan wilderness knows how to rock. Indie and alternative, Portugual. the Man seems to produce a sound that feels appropriate for the beach, campfire or, of course, a music festival. The mustachioed lead singer, John Gourley, has bright vocals that will linger in the depths of your music-loving head long after the performance.
This local band from our very own Houston, Texas, comes with a sturdy and sound lyrical base. Steven Higginbotham has strong vocals that are just as powerful as the political relevancies his lyrics highlight. Heavy on both rock and meaningful topics, the Wheel Workers are sure to make an impactful appearance at 2017 FPSF.
American reggae is the genre. The Southern California band creates a marriage between reggae and electronica sound, giving them a distinctive niche. The new American reggae sound has dub beats, heavy instrumentals, and great vibes. Get ready to chill out and kick it with Stick Figure.