While ‘Exit Emotions’ (Century Media Records) contains many of the tropes from the golden age of nu-metal, it still feels refreshing. Blind Channel continue to move...
Silent Planet brought their “Superbloom Tour” to Worcester Palladium with support from Johnny Booth, Aviana, and Thornhill.
The Western Civilization delivers expressive vocals and a wealth of stylistic aromas with an existential richness on ‘Fractions of a Whole.’
‘Bob Marley: One Love’ Biopic held it's premiere alongside personal insights from a guest panel in London recently. Read our thoughts here.
Two Faces West knows how to play blues rock. On ‘Postcards From Lonely Places’ they’re at their best when pumping out nasty, swaggering, trash-laced melodies.
Gianfranco Pescetti delivers a series of ambient/dance bangers, coalescing a nexus of complexity and intoxicating extracts on ‘DAYSTAR NOCTURNAL.’
R&B/pop singer and dancer Tinashe lit up the stage on Monday, February 12th, at The Royale in Boston, and fans gushed about the show.
On February 9th Boston, MA fans at MGM Music Hall were transported back to the ’90s/early 2000s with a nostalgic performance by Boyz II Men.
The “Metalcore Dropout Tour” hit Vancouver’s Commodore Ballroom and Fit For a King, The Devil Wears Prada, Counterparts and Avoid brought the heat!
‘The Love Insane’ displays the psychedelic jazz band persona of Wabi Sabi and their talent shifting from genre to genre with aplomb.
Seething with primal momentum and frenzied, punchy surfaces, Spike Polite & Sewage’s ‘Punk Not Dead’ projects an intensity of defiance and insurrection.
Dave Luv drops “Some Days,” revealing the frozen-in-time sensation of pervasive sorrow fused with a nomadic melody and insightful storytelling.
Progressive alt-rock artist Night Wilds, the musical brainchild of Seth Micarelli, will drop his debut album, All That Should Have Been, on April 1. A darkly...
Dirty Honey and Baby Said hit London, UK’s The Electric Ballroom for a memorable show that had rock fans smiling from ear to ear.
‘Drifting,’ the debut album from Faire Osciller, is musically well-developed and full of undeniable emotions, a sonic venture of consequence.