Montreal, Quebec pop-punk/rock trio, Les Shirley announces three Spring 2022 Ontario shows dates in Hamilton, Toronto and Barrie.
Melbourne, Austalia’s pop trio, Dorsal Fins have announced their third album, ‘Star of the Show,’ and debuted the second single and video, “Sister.”
Telltale have unveiled their latest single and music video via Rude Records. The track is titled “COBAIN” and features LA-based artist Honey Revenge.
For the type of jangly guitar pop and overall positive vibes that are being lobbed out in their debut single “Gold Rush,” it’s no wonder why they decided to call themselves The Upsides.
As a single, Vattica’s latest, titled “Gasoline,” checks all the boxes of a great rock song; emotive, ambitious, atmospheric, catchy, infectious… it basically does it all. The artist joins us for a Stereo Six to discuss songs that influenced this newest banger.
Listen up and listen closely, because you won’t want to miss Inside Voices and the release of the band’s new EP, ‘Liminal Space’! Enjoy our exclusive track-by-track breakdown.
Not scared to boldly “Say Something,” My Silent Bravery support their recent full-length ‘Bigger’ with a music video for the poignant single.
MisterWives returned to Chicago on December 3rd for an incredible sold-out show at Thalia Hall; bringing along artist Frances Forever on their first-ever tour.
At the House of Blues Chicago on December 1st, Provo, Utah rock band The Aces brought their “Under My Influence” tour and created a safe space for the queer community. Support included The Beaches and Sawyer and coverage was captured by Ann Storlie.
2021 has certainly been a success for pop-rock group Start The Week Over, but it’s also had its fair share of challenges. In our latest top 10 feature, the band shares the ways in which this global pandemic has affected them as songwriters, performers, and musicians, and how they’ve successfully navigated their way through it all.
Portland, Oregon’s Matthew Heller continues to promote his liberating new album, ‘Maybe My Love Was Just Right,’ and debuts the new “Scorer Be Scored” music video.
A delicious mix of different genres and musical eras, Gwynn Gold is making her presence felt with the exquisite debut album, ‘Land of Honey.’
In sum, The Body Remembers ain’t Electric Youth. Nor should it be. But it is a crisp snapshot of who Debbie Gibson is today. Which is pretty darn fabulous!