Jackie Venson's new music video brings us more of the guitar-centric dynamic blues that has put her on the map.
Cleveland's Welshly Arms blend soul and gospel with rock in a powerful mix on "Down to the River", a tune that will burn up the festival circuit this summer.
Former Poppees/Sorrows man Arthur Alexander emerges with first-ever solo album, One Bar Left and corker of a new single.
Garage-blues duo Messenger Birds offers a biting and ominous perspective on America's sociopolitical landscape with "Self Destruct".
Jack White on Which 'Star Trek' Captain He's Like in the Studio and Why Hip-hop Feeds His Bold New Sound
To make the just-released Boarding House Reach, White sought musicians who've played with the likes of Kendrick Lamar and Kanye West.
Detroit's blues-rock analog kid Jack White releases the messiest, weirdest, most ambitious album of his career with Boarding House Reach.
When the lights go down at the Fox, a charge of electricity surges through the air from the collective excitement that comes with witnessing a genuine living legend like Robert Plant deliver music that truly transcends time and space.
Soul band extraordinaire Barrence Whitfield and the Savages produce their first ever music video for the heavy blues rock number "Let's Go to Mars".
The Aussie blues rocker's latest shatters the idea of hiding behind the image of what people want you to be, instead daring to be authentic and show the world who you really are.
Queens of the Stone Age keeps the pedal to the metal with a high-energy set interrupted only by occasional interludes where Josh Homme muses with tidbits of hard-earned rock wisdom for a perilous world that's reached two minutes to midnight.
The desert rockers of Dirtmusic find an oasis in the psychedelic scene of Turkey on darkly cinematic Bu Bir Ruya.
The 50th anniversary reissue of the Doors' second album, Strange Days, offers a direct, no frills edition that emphasizes the dynamic, solid music.