'Arrested Development' returns to TV screens on May 26th via Netflix, which means we can binge them over a whole weekend. Yay!
The season six premiere of 'True Blood' is just around the corner on June 16th and HBO has released a few trailers to whet your appetites.
The National's eagerly-awaited new album 'Trouble Will Find Me' releases on 21 May and the group shared two new songs ("Sea of Love" and "I Need My Girl") with the world in live performance last night as a web exclusive.
Today Canada's Crystal Castles release what they term "an abstract tour documentary" for their new single "Affection", which will be released in the US on May 28th. In the meantime, the group is out on a lengthy North American tour (dates below).
There’s nothing you can say about George Jones that one of his own records couldn’t say better, and now’s as good a time as any to acquaint or reacquaint yourself with his artistry.
British electronic duo Mount Kimbie gives us a trippy, psychedelic snack this week.
Wonderlick are one of the finest unknown treasures in the overwhelmingly vast world of indie pop and it's songs like "Sixteenyearoldgirl", their first sign of life in a couple of years and possible first sampling from their upcoming third album, that showcase their knack for the sort of great songwriting that deserves more accolades.
The remix of Young Man's single "In a Sense" still brings out the essence of Colin Caulfield's yearning sound, drawing out its tender grace.
When I talk about metal music I don't typically make reference to terms like "optimism", "hope" or "sunny afternoons". But just as other genres have their emotional orientations, metal too can offer a spectrum of perspectives -- even if not as often.