We got some damn good “Hollyweed” for you this afternoon, just what you need to start the week off right. “Hollyweed” is the brand new single off of musician Brian Mietz’s brand new Sludge People album Panzarotti.
You’re going to be feeling like a “Hundred Bucks,” or maybe even a million bucks, after you experience the brand new single from Niagara Falls, Canada-based hard rockers James Blonde.
Grey Daze, the ‘90s era band helmed by Chester Bennington, have given fans an early listen to their as-of-yet untitled Loma Vista Recordings’ debut album with the release of the single, “What’s In the Eye”.
Canadian post-hardcore heroes Alexisonfire have just dropped a new Karl “Horse” Bareham-produced single titled “Season Of The Flood.”
It’s been a quick and unpredictable rise, but the duo known as Calloway Circus are showing talent and wisdom well beyond their years. Check out their evocative new music video for “Unpredictable” off the new album Entropy.
Delaware indie rockers Haha Charade are taking their crack at the breakup song, but they’re bringing a new take on it; check our exclusive premiere of their latest track “Goodbye Juliet.”
Reno, Nevada’s poppy shoegazeers, Blunderbusst are back with new music and, today, are debuting their latest song, “James Alex Chilton,” off the upcoming Slow Start Records EP, Monarch of The Mountain.
Mason, Michigan-based rock/metal quartet Assume Nothing is further promoting their brand-new single “Signs of Misery” by debuting the ripping song’s official music video. Check out our exclusive premiere today!
New Jersey’s rock quartet Feeny will release a new full-length album in September but are now beginning to tease the music by debuting the lead single “Are You Leaving?”
Consisting of musicians Alan Tweedley and Stefan Jurewicz, All Day Breakfast is an Ontario, Canada-based garage rock duo which, on July 19th, served up it’s latest single, the super-savoury “Piglet.”
St. Petersburg, Florida’s Dead Is The Cat continue the trend of the “Sunshine State” producing totally killer musical acts. With August 30th release of the grungy indie/rock group’s debut album, For All We Know, nearing, check out their lead single “For All We Know.”
Californian indie punks, Black Adidas, are no mere aping of other acts and insist on being loud, brash, and most importantly, unique. Their new single “Be Cool” is due June 21st via Digital Analog Records but you can now hear it here!
Out now via Third Man Records, recent The Raconteurs single “Help Me Stranger” opens like you are listening to an old blues 45 stuck in a groove formed from years of spinning and, right when you feel the impulse to move the needle, the song really kicks in.