John Pizzarelli’s pandemic record comes after helping James Taylor with a set of old standards but it’s a departure: solo guitar treatments of Pat Metheny.
Get ready to hear much more from Livingmore, the alternative rock quartet having a few laughs with “Got Me Feelin’ Like” while focusing on the new LP Take Me.
The London Souls’ Tash Neal talks with PopMatters about his solo career, the funk and soul influences in his fiery rock music, and moving beyond the trauma of his life-altering accident.
Chillwave pioneers Small Black return after an extended hiatus for Cheap Dreams‘ melancholic pop that you can still dance (or run) to and they tell us about it.
Director D. Mitry talks with PopMatters about his debut feature film, My True Fairytale, whose story aligns with the tragic loss of his daughter.
Americana’s Desert Hollow premiere the video “I Can’t Wait For Summer” from their upcoming EP and share an outrageous origin story as entertaining as they are.
Legendary Scottish indie-poppers Teenage Fanclub discuss their new LP Endless Arcade and why they look forward to their future as a band.
After 2020 delayed plans to release their fourth album, the Danberrys are back in 2021 with a covers EP and music video as the determined duo will soon bring more warmth, soul and songs to Shine’s expanded edition.
Ethnographer Megha Wadhwa talks about her book, ‘Indian Migrants in Tokyo’, which describes the contemporary interaction between two ancient cultures.
DL Rossi’s “Great Lakes State Line” is from new LP, Lonesome Kind. “Once I had a chance to breathe in some life, I exhaled a bunch of songs.”