Monday, April 27 2015
Trails and Ways' latest jam, a funky indie rock number with dreamy four-part harmonies, is "Say You Will", a tune from their forthcoming Pathology LP.
Hairball is a confident, exuberant semi-reset from the self-professed “pop scum” outfit Nai Harvest.
The Magic Whip is a goofy record, featuring a kind of scattershot energy that is usually only mustered by young bands just discovering their love of music for the first time.
Friday, April 24 2015
Seattle quintet Ivan & Alyosha's "Modern Man" is a driving, earnest rock number that you can find on their forthcoming LP, It’s All Just Pretend.
Thursday, April 23 2015
The UK's own Palma Violets have a new video in lead-up to their forthcoming LP, Danger in the Club: the dingy rock 'n' roll of "English Tongue".
The Australian indie rock quintet Running Young take their music to an abandoned mill for their video to "Did You See".
Doug Martsch and Built to Spill march on. Despite a core lineup shift, they never plan to slow down.
A survivor band if ever there was one, the Charlatans have drawn on personal tragedy to produce one of the stand-out albums of their long career.
Hospital Handshakes is a milestone in Rocky Votolato’s career and one that would do well to serve as a springboard for all his efforts going forward.
Wednesday, April 22 2015
Sadie Dupuis of Speedy Ortiz talks with PopMatters about a growing progressive movement in rock music, her new record, and more.