June Divided discuss their debut label EP, changing their sound and what’s next for the band

Philadelphia indie-rock/electronic band June Divided have reinvented themselves on Body Talk,  their upcoming debut label EP.  Having signed with Revival Recordings in 2018, the band now has a good team of people supporting them in their musical endeavors.  Counting Mutemath, Cold War Kids and Metric as influences, the band consists of Continue Reading

Made In America 2018

This year mark’s six years since Philadelphia’s very own festival, Made In America, began. To ring in the festivals sixth birthday, fest owner Jay-Z is pulling out all of the stops. Featuring artists across a variety of genres, this years lineup remains hip hop heavy, with headliners Kendrick Lamar, Post Continue Reading

Homebound release new music video

UK pop-punk band, Homebound, has shared the official music video for their single “Indelible”. The music video and single come from the bands forthcoming EP More To Me Than Misery, which is due put this Friday, August 17 via Rude Records. “Indelible” offers listeners with a notably slower and softer song Continue Reading

Lydia’s Matt Keller discusses the meaning of music, their seventh album and the future of the band

Interview by Katie Burns Hailing from Gilbert, Arizona, indie pop band Lydia have made quite a name for themselves since they first came into the music scene 15 years ago. The band has been able to tour with bands like The Dear Hunter, Lights and most recently, Moose Blood. Lydia Continue Reading

Hands like Houses release new music video

Australian pop-punk band, Hands Like Houses, have shared the music video for their single “Monster”. You can watch the video below: “Monster”, which was shot by Benny Gagliardi and edited by Sam Koster made its audio debut with Octane – SiriusXM’s highly popular active rock station – on Friday, August Continue Reading

Boston Manor share new music video for “Bad Machine”

Photo by Joshua Halling Boston Manor have just released their latest video for “Bad Machine,” a track off of their highly anticipated second album Welcome To The Neighbourhood. Heavy with dynamic guitars and powerful vocals, this high energy song serves as a sneak peek into the band’s upcoming album. Set in black and white, Continue Reading

Manchester Orchestra – (Sandy) Alex G – Kevin Devine // Louisville, KY 8.8.18

Manchester Orchestra with (Sandy) Alex G and Kevin Devine Mercury Ballroom Louisville, KY August 8th, 2018 Words and Photos by Emily May Atlanta indie rock band Manchester Orchestra recently brought their A Black Mile To The Surface Tour to Louisville, KY.  Touring in support of their latest album by the Continue Reading

Artist Spotlight: REZZ

Photo by William Selviz Words by Jess Williams Isabelle Rezazadeh, better known as REZZ, is a Ukrainian born, Canadian DJ and record producer hailing from Niagara Falls, Ontario. REZZ began her career as a self taught DJ, making tracks in her bedroom as a teenager. However, three years ago her Continue Reading

Takers Leavers announce EP, share new music video

Offering a fusion of rock with post hardcore and punk influences, Takers Leavers are carving their own path with powerful lyrics and impactful storylines. The name stems from the novel Ishmael by Daniel Quinn, simplifying the concept of society/human behavior and its impact on its surroundings. Forming in 2016, the Costa Mesa, CA Continue Reading

Tequila Mockingbyrd – Renegade Twelve – The Garage Flowers – Dig Lazarus // London, UK 8.5.18

Tequila Mockingbyrd with Renegade Twelve, The Garage Flowers and Dig Lazarus Fiddlers Elbow London, UK August 5th, 2018 Words and Photos by Katie Frost Aussie rock ‘n’ roll trio Tequila Mockingbyrd returned to London for the final show of their “Seaside-To-City” UK tour (for which the band produced their very Continue Reading