I met up with the rockin’ mountain boys/turned city boys across the pond for a grand ‘ole time.
Antagonista is the Brooklyn-based trio of Sean Davenport, Michael Alan Hams, and Andrew Monorchio. With a dizzying array of genres…
Fresh off their debut music video for “Eh Eh Hem,” the NYC trio is ready to rumble.
This week we're getting into some spring releases and it's warming things up—tune in!
The London rock ‘n’ roll show was a day of tension and release.
Barrie coming in hot with their emotional new album 'Happy To Be Here.'
Bedstudy is the electro-RNB trio of Peter Baldwin, David Plakon, and Ranson Vorpahl. Originating in Orlando, FL, but now based in…
Frontwoman Kelli Mayo admits in new song that she can’t do the ‘Dirty Dancing’ leap, but she loves to try.
Cosmonauts are currently on tour with The Dandy Warhols and they're taking our top spot.
Thumpasaurus is a punk-funk wild rollercoaster ride of a party machine full of aliens, tearing out of LA. With a ridiculously…
Her music has a hint of twang that’s played fast and to-the-point with lyrics about realizing your crush sucks.
This week we get pop punk and straight up pop with brand new tunezzzzz. 
The freakedelic, rock ‘n’ roll psych bands got the crowd at the brand new Williamsburg venue moving.
Nashville brothers Ben Ford and Michael Ford, Jr. have returned with a fresh batch of their distinctly catchy, melodic indie rock,…
This week we listen to and chat with Ex Hex—tune in.
Bassist Betsy Wright spills on their new album, touring and ‘Scooby-Doo.’
Bibio's emotional new album 'Curls' takes the top spot.
We chat with frontwoman Anna Lies and stream their debut album before its release.
This week we listen to the newest music from bands that really know how to rock—tune-in!
Bird Streets is the musical project of NY-based songwriter John Brodeur. The moniker - a reference to a neighborhood in LA - which…
The Mountain Goats are back and still killing it with their tragic indie rock.
Listen to all the new music here first, it's really great! You're oh so welcome.
The Nashville quartet’s fun vibes and groovy beats took over the Lower East Side.