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Rap duo rocks 210

Rap duo rocks 210

Michelle Segura, Contributor February 20, 2024

The electrifying performance by Black Smurf and IdontKnowJeffery at Studio 210 in San Antonio on Feb. 16 was nothing short of a musical journey into the depths of underground rap. The intimate venue...

Quarter for a concert

Quarter for a concert

Malaki Lingg, Web Editor January 30, 2024

      San Antonio has a large, active DIY music scene. When scrolling through Instagram, it is hard to miss the flyers for new shows being hosted and set up weekly. Some...

Mac Sabbath makes San Antonio debut

Mac Sabbath makes San Antonio debut

Logan Martinez, Staff Writer November 15, 2023

Last Sunday, the forefathers of drive-thru metal, Mac Sabbath, made their San Antonio debut at the Paper Tiger. A show filled with hard-crunching metal riffs, Ronald McDonald fog machines and incredible...

‘Fall in love with’ Cavetown

‘Fall in love with’ Cavetown

Chloe Williams, Managing and Social editor November 9, 2023

        British indie pop artist Cavetown made their first appearance at the Paper Tiger this past Wednesday, Nov. 9. Cavetown, born Robbie Daniel Skinner, is a popular...

Tourzilla’s dynamic duo: Vacations and Last Dinosaurs

Tourzilla’s dynamic duo: Vacations and Last Dinosaurs

Armin Suljovic, Staff Writer October 31, 2023

“Tourzilla” is a joint tour of Last Dinosaurs and Vacations co-headlining each stop. Both bands have already toured Texas on their respective tours prior to this show. Considering the two bands...

Bringing a ‘Fantasy’ to life

Bringing a ‘Fantasy’ to life

Cesar Soto, Staff Writer April 18, 2023

Making their long-awaited return to San Antonio after seven years, the French shoegaze band M83 sold out Aztec Theatre on Thursday, April 13, as part of their “Fantasy Tour.” With exceptional stage...

Feel the wrath of the ‘EA Monster’

Feel the wrath of the ‘EA Monster’

Cesar Soto, Staff Writer April 11, 2023

Stopping in San Antonio as part of his “EA Monster Tour,” Atlanta-based rapper Young Nudy sold out the Aztec Theatre on Friday, April 7. While it was not the longest-running set, the venue was packed...

A ‘Momento’ to remember

A ‘Momento’ to remember

Riley Carroll, Arts & Life Editor April 5, 2023

For the first time in five years, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees of Depeche Mode are back on the road. The band’s Momento Mori World Tour will make stops across North America and Europe...

Beabadoobee from a fan’s perspective

Beabadoobee from a fan’s perspective

Riley Carroll, Arts & Life Editor April 3, 2023

Between opening for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour, alternative indie singer Beabadoobee headlined at the Aztec Theater in San Antonio. Born Beatrice Kristi Ilejay Laus, Beabadoobee has paved her way through...

Ready for a late night drive home?

Ready for a late night drive home?

Cesar Soto, Staff Writer April 3, 2023

On Sunday, March 26, while Paper Tiger was in the midst of hosting a cancer treatment benefit show, there was also a hidden gem of a show happening on the side stage. Being one of the venue’s hottest...

Feeling the ‘Timesheet Blues’

Feeling the ‘Timesheet Blues’

Cesar Soto, Staff Writer March 7, 2023

San Antonio band Retro Cowgirl put on a show on Friday, March 3, promoting the release of their upcoming single, “Timesheet Blues.” Accompanied by special guests Floats and Flight by Nothing, Paper...

A psychedelic experience at the Paper Tiger

A psychedelic experience at the Paper Tiger

Cesar Soto, Staff Writer February 28, 2023

Rating: 4/5 stars Coming to San Antonio as part of their “Jukebox Tour,” psychedelic-indie band Inner Wave brought a dreamlike experience to the Paper Tiger on Feb. 23, continuing a great year of...

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