The Detroit-based indie rock band delivers big melodies, exciting instrumental interplay and plenty of variety on its second album.
Frontman Hayden Thorpe talks about bringing his band from England to Dallas to record their latest album with producer John Congleton (St. Vincent, Swans), the allure of strong women, and how to giggle at musical machismo while still secretly enjoying it.
The ever-shifting Portland ensemble, known for its layered compositions, builds its sound even further by incorporating drum machines and synthesizers on its new album.
The genre-hopping keyboardist brings upbeat electronics into the mix on a track from his upcoming album, The Story of Fred Shot.
Dallas-based rock & roll band the Roomsounds went to Muscle Shoals’ FAME Studios to record their sophomore album.
The Brooklyn-based sextet delivers a new six-song EP, blending roots music and hints of Americana into their anthemic, self-described “chamber rock” sound.
The Utah-based pop-rock band brings big energy on their new EP.
Produced by Alejandro Escovedo, the Austin-based roots musician delivers an album based on themes of struggle and perseverance.
The post-hardcore band from Boston, currently appearing on Warped Tour, shares their new album before it hits stores on Friday.
Adapted from his autobiography, It’s So Easy and Other Lies, Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan and filmmaker Christopher Duddy explore his mischievous youth in Seattle, the formation of GNR and McKagan’s downward spiral and redemption.