Austin, Texas crew Meltt shares a track-by-track rundown of each alternative psych-rock track on their EP ‘Another Quiet Sunday’ (Nettwerk).
Australian and Japanese metalcore group, Seiran join us for a Stereo Six session counting down some of their most cherished records.
At the end of 2022, Wake Up! Music Group CEO/Founder Pepper Gomez won an auction supporting WiMN, resulting in a photo shoot with renowned photographer Mark Maryanovich.
Davey Muise and Andrew Gaultier have formed the new project Hematite. Today, they tell us which of their dark country-rock tunes would pair best with which films.
To better understand their sound, Dammit Goldie join us for a Stereo Six feature to run down six albums that played a prominent role in shaping their sound.
For our latest Women of Rock feature, VILIVANT vocalist Julia Gentile shares the top five female artists who have helped mould her into the talented and accomplished artist she is today.
Lately, it’s been one of the most creatively rewarding periods of their career for the members of Mrs. Henry.…
Mirek Coutigny joins us for a track-by-track rundown of the origins and motivations behind his new album. ‘Through Empty Landscapes And New Beginnings’ (Icarus Records and Consouling Sounds).
Hosted by Gilles Peterson, the long-standing Godfather of Jazz curation, We Out Here Festival returns in 2023 from August 10-14.
Considering the origins of Tiny Ghosts (members Dayan Marquina and Eric Morgan), it comes as no shock that they are massive AFI fans. Today, they rank every AFI studio album.
Fire-powered English quintet MOSKITO joins us for a track-by-track rundown of the sick-ass riffs on their ‘BAD LOVE’ mixtape.
Elyose frontwoman Justine Daaé joins us for a Women Of Rock discussing her influences, Amy Lee, Brené Brown, Cristina Scabbia, Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, and Christina Aguilera.
Singer-songwriter Haley Harkin takes us for a track-by-track trip through her new folk album ‘To Heal Her Too.’