You better watch out for The Casual Sexists, because they’re about to run amuck with their brand new album,…
This hasn’t been the year for too many people, but it has been for London, England’s LAU. The singer-songwriter…
With their 1981 Extended Play EP flying high since its November release via Fearless Records, the two-piece I Don’t Know How You Found Me (iDKHOW) are starting to soar. We spoke to frontman Dallon Weekes about the EP, the recording process, keeping up with the times, and more.
Years & Years have shared their stunning new video for new single “All For You”, taken from their hugely acclaimed second album Palo Santo.
Though it’s unlikely anyone who has come this far with Hundredth will be taken aback by Ultrarare’s tangential direction, it’s still magnificent to see a band break with their past so boldly.
Swiss rock quartet, Roamer just dropped their new album What The Hell through Czar of Crickets Productions and now we’re debuting the music video for the single “Today”.
A glorious twenty-four hours ahead of its April 27th release via Czar of Crickets Productions, we’re here to provide a sneak listen to the new album What The Hell from Swiss rockers, Roamer.
Sweden’s PRIEST is a must-hear. A must-add to your #musicradar. Check out the debut of their, New Flesh, via Lövely Records on November 17th.
PVRIS fans in Boston were treated to just that on October 12th as the band made their way home to play a packed House of Blues with support from Lights and opener Flint Eastwood.
An early collection of rare tracks from Ministry that are just as diverse as the dance floors they have filled. Take a look at our review of Ministry’s Trax! Rarities.
It has been 30 years since Men Without Hats asked the world to dance (if they want to), and this year the Montreal New Wave group will ask the question again with the release of their highly anticipated new album Love In The Age of War (out June 5th on iTunes and everywhere June 12th on Cobraside Records). Produced by Dave “Rave” Ogilvie (Skinny Puppy, Marilyn Manson), Love In The Age of War features charismatic front man Ivan Dorschuk (voice and electronics), his brother Colin Doroschuk (vocals), as well as Lou Dawson (vocals and live keyboards), and James Love (guitars).