Tiny Hueman premiere new song “Up The Coast”

The City of Brotherly Love has given us countless, captivating bands started anywhere from a dull classroom or family gathering to a twinkle-lit basement show.  Tiny Hueman is one of those coming-of-age organically formed bands which started as a 2 man alt-rock project in 2016 simply writing songs as a Continue Reading

She Past Away announce North American tour dates

Turkey-based post-punk band SHE PAST AWAY, comprised of Volkan Caner and Doruk Ozturkcan, is announcing a string of ten North American tour dates starting November 27th in Quebec, and carrying on through mid December.  The band will be stopping in ten cities including Portland(December 4th), Los Angeles(December 7th) and New York(December 14th).   The band’s live show ruptures with sprawling Continue Reading

Dream Theater announce second leg of North American tour

Two-time Grammy-nominated and millions-selling progressive music titans Dream Theater are currently in the middle of a successful European tour.  With three weeks left on that run, the band is turning its attention back to North America with the announcement of the next leg of the acclaimed The Distance Over Time Tour Continue Reading

The Faim release new video for “Humans” and announce tour

In anticipation of their long-awaited debut album, State of Mind, The Faim, comprised of Josh Raven (lead vocals), Sam Tye (guitar), Stephen Beerkens (bass/keys) and Linden Marissen (drums/percussion), have unveiled the official music video for lead single “Humans” today.  The cinematic offering dives into the world of science fiction while Continue Reading

Alec Benjamin releases video for “Must Have Been The Wind”

Platinum certified singer songwriter, Alec Benjamin, has released a breathtaking new video for his song “Must Have Been The Wind”, directed by Conner Evert. You can watch the music video below: Also announced today, Alec Benjamin will perform his current single “Jesus in LA” for the first time in national Continue Reading

The Brother Brothers to tour this fall in support of new album

The Brother Brothers are an identical twin indie folk duo who released their debut album Some People I Know on Compass Records last fall. Since, the band’s garnered widespread acclaim for their stunning sibling harmony and beautifully simplistic Simon and Garfunkel-like songwriting. They’ve nabbed major press nods from Rolling Stone Country, NPR, Continue Reading

Louder Than Life Festival coming to Louisville this September

Words by Bailee Logan Louder Than Life returns for its fifth year September 27th-29th, bringing with it all the best of rock n’ roll, whiskey, and food. Looking to be its biggest year and lineup yet, the festival will be held at its new location, Highland Festival Grounds at KY Continue Reading

Strand of Oaks to tour in September

Strand of Oaks (Timothy Showalter) released his 6th album Eraserland, via Dead Oceans, on March 22nd of this year.  The album features Carl Broemel, Patrick Hallahan, Bo Koster and Tom Blankenship of My Morning Jacket, as well as Jason Isbell’s Hendrix-esque guitar skills and the vocals of singer-songwriter Emma Ruth Rundle.  In Continue Reading

Wilder Woods releases new single “Light Shine In”

Atlantic recording artist Wilder Woods, known to many as Bear Rinehart, frontman and co-founder of GRAMMY® Award-nominated NEEDTOBREATHE, has released his latest video for “Light Shine In”, the lead track off his forthcoming debut album, WILDER WOODS.  “”Light Shine In” is the first song on this record…and it acts as Continue Reading

The Revivalists release “Oh No (Made In Muscle Shoals)”

Chart-topping rock band The Revivalists are bringing fans into the studio with their newly released live track and video for “Oh No (Made In Muscle Shoals).”  Produced by the band and filmed at the legendary FAME Recording Studio in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, the video brings The Revivalists’ current radio single Continue Reading

Amber Run release latest single “Neon Circus”

Amber Run have released “Neon Circus,” the band’s third single from Philophobia (out September 27).  The three-and-half-minute cautionary tale balances carefully controlled chaos with a beautifully-crafted wall of sound structure.  The song is a call to action to live within the moments that help create human interaction and shelve the distractions Continue Reading