New Music: You Blew It – “Greenwood”

Hailing from Orlando, Florida, You Blew It marry contemporary emo, indie, and pop-punk with dark soft-shouted vocals over upbeat melodies. Gearing up for the release…
Josh Rosenberg / October 27, 2016

New Music: Cerrone – “Kiss It Better”

French disco pioneer Cerrone continues his fantastic comeback run with "Kiss It Better," a slick and buoyant tune featuring the British singer and DJ Yasmin on…
Andy Cush / October 20, 2016

New Music: The Megaphonic Thrift – “Hendene”

The Megaphonic Thrift hail from Bergen, Norway, and create pulverizing noise rock with members from The Low Frequency in Stereo and Casiokids. Today, they've shared "Hendene,"
Charles Innis / October 17, 2016

Video: Robert Plant on Austin City Limits – “Babe, I’m Gonna Leave You”

Rock legend Robert Plant returned to Austin City Limits for the first time since 2002 with his band the Sensational Space Shifters, taking the stage…
Sadie Bell / October 14, 2016

Video: Marian Hill – “I Want You”

Earlier this year, Samantha Gongol and Jeremy Lloyd, a.k.a. Philadelphia jazz/pop duo Marian Hill, released their debut record ACT ONE. Today, they've shared the video for their single…
Josh Rosenberg / October 13, 2016

New Music: Listen to the Dig’s New Single “Simple Love”

The Dig are a four-piece band from New York who bring a contemporary spin to '60s and '70s psych rock via crisp synths and tight…
Charles Innis / October 6, 2016

Stream the Legends’ Woozy Pop-Duet With Maria Usbeck, “Cocaine”

Stockholm-based synth weavers the Legends are the primary musical outlet for Johan Angergård. They put out their fifth album, It’s Love, last year, and covered the…
Charles Innis / September 28, 2016

Watch the Faint’s Arresting “Young and Realistic” Video

It’s been 15 years since the Faint's "Agenda Suicide" and "Glass Danse" first blasted the earbuds of disenchanted scenester youths across the country. But the…
Charles Innis / September 27, 2016

Stream Muuy Biien’s Dangerous New Song “Bitter Blessings”

Athens, Georgia-based band Muuy Biien have a new album called Age of Uncertainty coming on October 28, but first they’ve shared a new song called…
Sadie Bell / September 26, 2016

Emily Estefan Takes the Spotlight with New Single “Reigns (Every Night)”

Emily Estefan is a singer, like her mother Gloria. She also plays drums, guitar, bass, and piano; on top of that, she produced her forthcoming debut…
Josh Rosenberg / September 22, 2016

Be ‘Alone Together’ With Leagues on Their Inviting New Album

Having made waves with their 2013 debut, You Belong Here, Leagues are back with their sophomore effort, Alone Together. Hailing from Nashville, Tennessee, the duo consists of Thad Cockrell,…
Josh Rosenberg / September 6, 2016

Genders (and Their Guitars) Wail About How They ‘Never Belonged to You’

"But I never belonged to you / I never belonged to anyone," protest Portland-based indie-rock quartet Genders on the chorus to their new single. The…
Andrew Unterberger / September 1, 2016

IAN SWEET Are Raw and Inventive on Debut Album ‘Shapeshifter’

Jillian Medford used to perform alone, but through her cross-country travels and tribulations, her solo act picked up bassist Damien Scalise and drummer Tim Cheney…
Josh Rosenberg / September 1, 2016

Signals Midwest Head Forward in the Face of Adversity on New Album ‘At This Age’

Signals Midwest have lived through a lot during their eight years together as a band. With their upcoming fourth record At This Age, the Cleveland-based…
Josh Rosenberg / August 29, 2016

Law Holt Is a Force to Be Reckoned With on Debut Album ‘City’

Friend and frequent collaborator of the Edinburgh pop trio Young Fathers, Law Holt brings the U.K.'s underground pop scene to newer, darker places. Three tracks…
Josh Rosenberg / August 25, 2016
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