The indpendent French electronic duo, neumodel have unveiled a stunning black & white music video for their song “HAYAH” featuring Kiddy Smile.
Elaborating on his debut recording, Her and All of My Friends, Salt Lake City-based lo-fi indie-pop artist Jack Rutter, aka Ritt Momney, joins us for a track-by-track breakdown of his thirteen new songs.
Birmingham, Alabama’s KinZie, a formidable indie rock/punk trio that’s as quirky as it is catchy, are today debuting their new album Dead Eyes and, with it, are going to quickly become well-known outside of The Yellowhammer State.
Lifted from Metamorphejawns, their debut full-length that’s due July 19th via Records, Man Records, New York art-rock septet, Ecce Shnak serve some psychedelic brew with their new single “Privatization Jawn: іTurnit! / іBurnit!.”
Athens, Georgia drumming legend Jeremy Wheatley casts aside his drumsticks long enough to create his own solo project, Sailors & Ships, for which we’re premiering the new ”Cave In” music video.
Meet The HU, the pioneers of Hunnu Rock! We caught up with the YouTube sensation in an exclusive interview to find out more about the throat-singing quartet’s musical influences, debut album The Gereg, tour dates, and more!
With their debut album, Remains released via the loud-friendly folks at Prosthetic Records, Sweden’s newest sludgy, metallic hardcore act, Horndal is making one hell of a racket!
Welcome to the music of Peterborough, Ontario’s Bonnavilles, a quintet which deliver a modernised take on ‘90s skate-punk. Promoting their debut EP, Back Alleys & Bar Stools, grab yourself a free copy of their punchy single, “Better Part”!
Today, in support of the #mellowmovement, we’re offering a free high-quality MP3 download of the single “My Face Is Hangin’ Low” from Boston, MA indie folkers, Lick Neon, whose debut thirteen-track album, Be Good To Yourself, is due on March 15th.
Sunless Dawn’sprogressive death metal début Timeweaver, out November 16 on Prime Collective, showcases some of the most original progressive metal released this year, yet inconsistencies hold the album back from being a classic
Italian band Lacuna Coil will release a live recording of their 20th anniversary show in London entitled The 119 Show – Live In London on November 9th, 2018. Check out a clip for “House Of Shame” here.
Italian band Lacuna Coil will release a live recording of their 20th anniversary show in London entitled The 119 Show – Live In London on November 9th, 2018.