With an approach that is completely spontaneous and uninhibited, HEY!TONAL. brings new meaning to the adjective experimental, particularly on their latest single “Kcraze.”
In honour of today’s release of ‘Words To Live By, Suits To Die In,’ we connected with Dutch alt-rock band Queen’s Pleasure for a track-by-track rundown of their new Excelsior Recordings release.
Rebellious and defiant in nature, In The A.M’s new song “Save Yourself” stands as a landmark for Alex Shimp, the architect behind this alternative rock band.
What becomes of the brokenhearted? There might be no clear answer to the age-old question, but Country singer and songwriter Derek Lersch offers his own take on how to process such complicated emotions on his new single “Over.”
Danko Jones are only getting better with age. Celebrating 25 years as a band, the trio released their tenth studio album, ‘Power Trio,’ just last month. We caught up with Danko himself for a quick and philosophical conversation.
How’s that tender heart of yours feeling today? You feeling a little bit on edge? Punk rockers Wavy Trees are paying their respects to the heartbroken with their latest music video for “Hypocrite.”
With momentum on their side, Pistols At Dawn have come out with guns blazing on their music video for the new single “Gone Black.”
Today, we’ll give you something on which to really pig out; hear the brand new album from The Borstal Boys titled ‘Crumbs,’ due on September 10th via The Vault Records.
Armed to the teeth with style, grace, and aplomb, The Slang is reemerging with their brand new single “Divide,” which comes ahead of their debut full-length album of the same name.
Strap on your armour, grab your helmet, sharpen your sword, shine your boots because we’re going to war today with “Rise Forth,” the brand new single from Siren’s Rain!
Equipped with their new single and music video for “Frankenstein,” the terrifying twosome The Nightmares are out to show you how to have a good time with a charming, DIY-like video.
You have to somehow find a way to grasp the highs within the lows, and that’s the lesson to take away from Nightwell’s brand new single “Thank You.”
We’ve enlisted the help of En Orbito to make things feel a little more celebratory and jubilant today, with the premiere of their latest single “Crumbling Cities.”