Whitehorse duo Luke Doucet and Melissa McClelland go their separate ways to write songs, especially for an emotional album like I’m Not Crying, You’re Crying.
What stranger things can happen to Magdalena Bay after transforming from prog-rock high schoolers to an electro/synthpop pair? Time will tell how far they go.
For a trio that’s been around as long as the Wailin’ Jennys, it’s time to commemorate this major anniversary and honor them with a career retrospective.
Sparked by a three-man band and her riveting guitar riffs, power player Madison Cunningham turns on an infatuated crowd with new songs and a rock-hard attitude.
When She & Him follow Sunflower Bean into Denver for shows promoting new albums during an unseasonably warm late spring, this twofer only means one thing, it’s getting hotter in here.
Singer-songwriter and This Is Us star Mandy Moore discusses making music, babies, and unforgettable TV magic as she and her husband Taylor Goldsmith hit the road.
Brisbane’s Jaguar Jonze is making noise with her full-length album debut and a wild music video while speaking out about abuse within Australia’s music industry.
Alt-rocker DYLYN returns with the gorgeous title track of a splendid six-song EP that signals she’s here to stay. She discusses her music and premieres “Bring on the Blues”.
Using her music to address the distressing nature of relationships gone awry, British pop singer Maisie Peters brings a collection of eloquently frank songs to life during her first headlining tour of North America.
The signs they are a-changin’ in the eyes of the HawtThorns, a perceptive pair bringing their sophomore album, Tarot Cards and Shooting Stars, and road show to the masses after debut plans went nowhere.
Although COVID halted her tour, British soul’s Joss Stone comes out swinging with a new album while loving life, celebrating the best gig she ever had, and collaborating with Dave Stewart.
West Virginia’s Sierra Ferrell has found a temporary home in Nashville as an artist who makes old-timey country sound new, but she isn’t ready to stop there.