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The U.K. garage rockers won’t let little things like below-freezing weather and snow stop their music.
He’s a big boy in the big city making some music and flipping some burgers.
Metal, punk rock, garage thrashers—whatever you want to call them, they’re here to shred & have a blast.
We chat with the frontman about drugs, music and music that sounds like drugs.
They don’t really know about your teeth, but their music will drill into your head and rock your world.
We have a gossip sesh with frontwoman Jordan Miller about all kinds of band shenanigans.
The Cincinnati rockers have a love/hate relationship with horoscopes and an amazing new album.
Out June 14, the forthcoming album ‘Bent’ is meant to make fellow women feel empowered.
Frontwoman Kelli Mayo admits in new song that she can’t do the ‘Dirty Dancing’ leap, but she loves to try.
Bassist Betsy Wright spills on their new album, touring and ‘Scooby-Doo.’
The quartet explores their interesting collision of hard and soft vibes.
We chat debut EP, country music and taking accountability for being awesome.
The duo comes from an indie rock background, but wanted to experiment with techno.
The New York quartet’s music has matured, but their behavior is still as wild as it comes
Tesha uses music to help her get through the hard times and hopes it helps you too.
Deep State might mean many things in the media today, but Georgia-based punks have their own definition.
These are a few of her favorite things—plus, we talk new album and musical evolution.
Caution: The West Coast punk trio shreds so hard you may get a rash. We chat about new album, touring and the band.
What started as a family activity blossomed into a rock ‘n’ roll dream.
They’re both very demanding jobs, but also both extremely rewarding.
The U.K. trio is spreading black feminism through in-your-face, catchy and fast punk rock anthems.
Legal troubles may have put their tour on hold, take it from Jennifer Herrema: “shit could’ve definitely been worse.”
Nashville by way of Utah, Jamie Timm created Microwave Mountain to stick it to the man and make his own tunes.