Gryffin – The Knocks – BUNT. // Louisville, KY // 11.7.19

Gryffin with The Knocks and BUNT. Gravity II Tour Mercury Ballroom Louisville, KY November 7th, 2019 LA electronic artist Gryffin, who is in the midst of his Gravity II Tour,

Warren Haynes releases latest cut, Hard Working American’s “Stomp & Holler”, from upcoming live album

Grammy Award-winning artist and guitar legend Warren Haynes’ has recently released the latest cut from his upcoming live film and album, Warren Haynes Presents: The Benefit Concert Volume 16, for

Bishop Briggs vulnerability makes her powerful with newest album “CHAMPION”

Out Today is Bishops Briggs most personal album to date. I was super stoked heading feet and ears first to check out this album! Let me tell you, it hit

Jake Kemble discusses his new EP, his sonic growth as a musician and what’s next

Iowa based singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Jake Kemble began songwriting as the frontman for his rick band Kick, having released two studio EPs and played hundreds of shows over the years.  Kemble started playing the guitar in high school and, at the age of 19, moved to the Twin Cities to try to Continue Reading

The Captain’s Son discusses their new album, running their own label and what’s next

California pop band The Captain’s Son, comprised of Paige Byrd (guitar/vocals), Jarred Hayden (drums) and William Hopkins (bass/vocals), blend catchy warm guitar melodies, laid-back harmonizing vocals and upbeat drum rhythms, reminiscent of early California surf pop.  Living in Long Beach, California, the band formed after Byrd and Hayden started playing together as teens. Hopkins later Continue Reading

FKA twigs creates a masterpiece in “MAGDALENE.”

In MAGDALENE, FKA twigs creates a beautiful, angelic musical world full of high, lilting vocals juxtaposed with a mix of grungy, industrial sound effects. The album shows a deeply vulnerable outpouring of emotion that evokes a heart-wrenching reaction from the listener; it grapples with loneliness, vulnerability, and love. Immediately apparent Continue Reading

O Future release new album ‘Voyeur’

Electronic duo O Future (previous OOFJ), comprised of Katherine Mills Rymer and Jens Bjornkjaer, have released their new album Voyeur.  Highlighted by “Smell You,” which rocketed to #1 on the Hype Machine, “Telephone,” which previously reached #2 on the Hype Machine charts, “Spy” which premiered via Earmilk, “Crystal Shiny” which features Sune Rose Wagner of The Ravonettes and “Clothes Off” which Continue Reading

Warren Haynes releases latest cut, Hard Working American’s “Stomp & Holler”, from upcoming live album

Grammy Award-winning artist and guitar legend Warren Haynes’ has recently released the latest cut from his upcoming live film and album, Warren Haynes Presents: The Benefit Concert Volume 16, for Hard Working Americans’ “Stomp & Holler”.  Recorded at Warren Haynes’ Christmas Jam on December 13, 2014, supergroup Hard Working Americans Continue Reading

Jacqueline Loor premieres her new single “It’s Not On Me”

Jacqueline Loor is an alternative-pop singer-songwriter from Miami who taught herself to play guitar at nineteen and used it to create original songs after every heartbreak and loss.  She noticed her vulnerability and honesty in her lyrics along with the catchiness of her melodies were well received by anyone who Continue Reading

Tom Walker – Lily Moore // Manchester, UK // 11.13.19

Tom Walker with Lily Moore O2 Victoria Warehouse Manchester, UK November 12th 2019 Words and photos by Lewis Roberts After winning the 2019 Brit award for ‘British Breakthrough Act’ Tom Walker has had, as the award would suggest, a hugely impactful breakthrough year as the Scottsman has shone throughout the Continue Reading

Mayday Parade – Grayscale // Sayreville, NJ // 11.9.19

Mayday Parade with Grayscale Anywhere But Here 10 Year Anniversary Tour Starland Ballroom Sayreville, NJ November 9, 2019 Photos by Maggie Friedman Setlist: Kids in Love Anywhere But Here The Silence Still Breathing Bruised and Scarred If You Can’t Live Without Me, Why Aren’t You Dead Yet? Save Your Heart Get Continue Reading

Stray From The Path seeks to inspire change on “Internal Atomics”

    If gigantic riffs, pounding drums, and intense vocal delivery are what you’re into, then Stray From The Path latest release is the album for you. Long Island’s Stray From The Path continues their hard-hitting affront and refusal to mince words with Internal Atomics. Internal Atomics hits hard, but Continue Reading