Scarred But Smarter gives an in-depth look into the life and times of Atlanta's indie rock luminaries Drivin' N' Cryin', a band now celebrating its 30th year. Check out an exclusive video preview to get a taste of what's to come.
While the stereotype of the one-night stand is dominated by scumbag guys, Boyfriend proves that women have just as much capability for in-your-face sexuality with the dirty hip-hop of "Tomorrow."
Before seeing the André Benjamin-fronted biopic Jimi: All is By My Side, give a listen to a collection of classic tunes covered by Hendrix, including hits by the Beatles, Chuck Berry, and Cream, via Rdio.
PopMatters caught up with Mecca Normal's Jean Smith on the Vancouver duo's upcoming album Empathy for the Evil. The video for album track "Between Livermore & Tracy" premieres here.
“My father told me, this is a dark organization, don’t go there.” Gonen Ben Itzhak sets up the moment when he decided to join
Anyone on the market for some unadulterated vintage rock and roll should give Trigger Hippy's self-titled LP a spin as fast as possible.
The myriad sounds of world music and the creative impulses of the electronic remix come together in the eclectic hodgepodge Psychedelic Planet, out now through Six Degrees records.
Brazilian dream-pop artist SILVA's latest album, Ocean View, offers the listener an inviting collection of dreamy, beach-worthy tunes.
The Imogen Heap-indebted electronic of Claire London's "Cut the Strings" is a powerful sample of what's to come on her new EP, Hit the Switch.
Summer may have just finished, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't dive into a prime cut of surf rock like Los Straitjackets' retro ditty "Kawanga."