Recently I had the opportunity to review guitarist Steve Tibbetts’ latest acoustic endeavor Natural Causes. A cover of Jimi Hendrix’s “Villanova Junction” got axed
San Francisco's Social Studies offer up a blend of skizzy pop and math rock on their Antenna Farms debut Wind Up Wooden Heart that released this July.
Lifting their name from one of Shakespeare’s most acclaimed plays is an indication that Jersey-bred Titus Andronicus have massive cajones and don’t shy
Their gentle, pastoral pop ideally suits these waning days of summer, made all the more ironic given that these tunes were recorded during the cold winter months in frosty Nashville basement.
Belle and Sebastian Belle and Sebastian Write about Love (Matador) Releasing: 12 October It was only a few months ago that Belle and Sebastian were recording
!!!‘s new platter, Strange Weather, Isn’t It? releases next week. Look for the PopMatters review early next week. In the meantime, you can get
Robyn Hitchcock has formed a “psyche ‘n’ western” outfit called the Hungry Moment. Abigail Washburn is banjo while Rayna Gellerd handles fiddle duties. Their single
Add another color to that crayon box. Highlighting yet another facet of the vocal versatility she exhibited on Crayons (2008), Donna Summer delivers a late-summer dance
On the anniversary of the death of Elvis Presley, it is good to remind ourselves that Elvis is everywhere.
The Walkmen are releasing their latest album, Lisbon, 14 September via Fat Possum Records. Last night they stopped by Jimmy Fallon’s show to preview a