SINGLE PREMIERE: Penalty Boxing’s “Good Night” brings a peaceful end to a chaotic year

What a year.   We all dealt with what seemed to be way too much occurring in these past twelve months. From the riots and political change in January to

Our Lady Peace // Detroit, MI // 12.18.2021

Our Lady Peace St. Andrew's Hall Detroit, MI December 18, 2021   On Saturday, Canadian rockers Our Lady Peace finished their US tour at the almost sold-out St. Andrew's Hall

AVATARI discusses his journey into music, becoming a solo artist, his latest single, and what’s next

Inspired by the craftsmanship of legendary rock and roll artists such as Little Richard and Mick Jagger, San Francisco alt-rock artist Ari Welkom, better known by the moniker AVATARI, is

Our Lady Peace // Detroit, MI // 12.18.2021

Our Lady Peace St. Andrew’s Hall Detroit, MI December 18, 2021   On Saturday, Canadian rockers Our Lady Peace finished their US tour at the almost sold-out St. Andrew’s Hall in Detroit, MI. When the doors opened at 7 pm on a chilly evening in Detroit, fans from not just Continue Reading

Fredrik Saroea, of Norwegian punk-dance band DATAROCK, premieres his new single “Bergheim” featuring the award-winning BIT20 Ensemble

Best known as the frontman of critically-acclaimed global disco-punk outfit DATAROCK, Norway’s favorite son Fredrik Saroea has replaced the bass-heavy dance beats for strings – lots of strings.  Teaming up with the award-winning BIT20 Ensemble (Martin Shultz on violin, Liene Klava on viola, Agnese Rugevica on cello, Johannes Wik on harp with arrangements by Bjørn Morten Christophersen), Saroea has merged his passion Continue Reading

The Aces – The Beaches – Sawyer // New York, NY // 12.9.21

The Aces with The Beaches and Sawyer Webster Hall New York, NY December 9th, 2021 I arrived at Webster Hall on the evening of December 9th, for what would turn out to be my final show of 2021. The Aces were bringing their Under My Influence tour to New York Continue Reading

Best Coast’s ‘Always Tomorrow’ Deluxe Edition set for digital release January 7 and new single “Leading” released–Finally Tomorrow Tour dates announced

January is shaping up to be a banner month for Bethany Cosentino and Bobb Bruno of Best Coast: on January 7, 2022, they will release an expanded digital edition of their critically lauded album Always Tomorrow that features five bonus tracks including two brand new originals, and on January 11, they will start Continue Reading

NYC-based alt-rock glam band The Ritualists release their latest album Baroque & Bleeding, produced by Ed Buller (Pulp, White Lies, Suede)

It’s been an exceptional two years since NYC-based alt-rock glam band The Ritualists released their debut album Painted People.  While the pandemic kept the band from performing, lead vocalist/songwriter Christian Dryden used that time to write and create the sophomore album Baroque & Bleeding, released on December 3rd, and snagged one of his heroes Continue Reading

Nick Vivid takes over SPIN’s Twitch for an Electro-Funk powerhouse performance on 12/16

Not beholden to any trends, Nick Vivid states, “I think I’ve found a way to fuse everything I love about ‘60s psychedelic funk, ‘70s glam rock, ‘80s new wave, and ‘90s hip hop into my own voice.” The sounds of Nick Vivid’s fourth album No More Secrets “champions that dirty DIY Continue Reading

Chris Berardo reflects on the holidays for his heart-warming “This Year” video, premiering via Americana Highways

Today, roots rock vet Chris Berardo is proud to premiere his brand new video for his Christmas song “This Year” with Americana Highways.  A deeply personal but universally relatable holiday tune, “This Year” celebrates life and serves as a reminder of what we have and a remembrance of what we’ve lost: “the Continue Reading

Human Impact – Bad Wires – Waxeater // Louisville, KY // 12.9.21

Human Impact with Bad Wires and Waxeater Headliners Music Hall Louisville, KY December 9th, 2021   On December 9th, noise rock supergroup Human Impact, featuring Chris Spencer [guitar/vocals] from Unsane, Jim Coleman [electronics] from Cop Shoot Cop, Chris Pravdica [bass] from Swans and Phil Puleo [drums] of both Swans and Continue Reading

LA-based indie-electro duo Strange Hotels discuss forming the band, their new single, moving to LA, and what’s next

After touring for years as a part of Portland’s iconic touring band The Lower 48, cousins Ben Braden and Nick Sadler formed their indie-electro duo Strange Hotels in early 2018, and within weeks of forming the duo, they had the opportunity to open for Billie Eilish and Finneas at the Continue Reading

Christopher Hill and the Stardust Crush premiere their latest track “The Gravity of the Goddess (No One Else Can Dance Like You)”

Chris Hill and the Stardust Crush is unlike any other musical group you’ve heard before. The Stardust Crush is more like a musical community in Seattle than a formal band. Chris Hill does the writing, singing, and most of the instrumentals and their music is genreless. They span from Pop/Rock Continue Reading

Adam Melchor – Bandits on the Run // Jersey City, NJ // 12.3.21

Adam Melchor with Bandits on the Run White Eagle Hall Jersey City, NJ December 3rd, 2021   On Friday, December 3rd, Adam Melchor returned to his home state of New Jersey for a fantastic night of music at White Eagle Hall in Jersey City. Kicking off the night was the Continue Reading

The National Parks discuss their new album, growing together as a band, creating and curating Superbloom music festival in Utah, and what’s next

In 2013, folk-influenced indie pop band The National Parks, comprised of Brady Parks [guitar, vocals], Sydney Macfarlane [keys, vocals], Cam Brannelly [drums] and Megan Parks [violin], released their debut album Young and have cultivated a loyal following of fans over the years.  Based in Provo, Utah, the 4-piece band has grown into an Continue Reading