Blaudzun addresses the elephants in the room.
There’s something about Mean Creek’s seductively unapologetic pop punk that makes you nostalgic for the rock and roll you listened to as a kid, the songs that made up the soundtrack to warm summer days spent with friends listening to tunes on the back porch or the front stoop of your childhood home. Their gritty…
Take a ride around the block with the The Milk Carton Kids, as featured in Gus Van Sant's "Promised Land."
While the band may have shortened their name from Whispertown 2000 to just Whispertown, their sound has gotten exponentially more expansive. Morgan Nagler’s group made a name for themselves with a lo-fi indie rock sound filled with summery harmonies and a country bent. While those heartland vibes are still present in Whispertown’s songs, Nagler has…
Spindrift teases a peak at their tour of the Old West’s hallucinatory ghost towns.
When David McDaniel moved to New York from Oakland, he brought a guitar, a drum machine and a love of The Ramones. When Lee Lichstinn joined him in NYC, they formed Young Boys, a post-punk bad with an eye on the future and a sound from the past. The band has since added Ethan Miller…
Books On Tape returns to reinterpret classic cartoon hijinks with manic beats.
“Hollow” will premiere on iTunes January 8.
Mother Feather spread their wings in this sweaty cock-rock explosion.
When you think of Brazilian music, you probably think of Joao Gilberto tunes flitting over the beaches of Ipanema. But that just means you haven’t heard of Tim Maia, who brought American soul, disco and funk to his native Rio De Janeiro. The result is a downright mesmerizing blend of carioca sound with a Motown…
A cappella along with Petra Haden’s “Superman” theme song before you lose your mind.
After releasing a series of critically-acclaimed albums and earning an ardent fanbase, some artists would leave well enough alone. Not so for Matt Pond, who after releasing eight albums under the moniker Matt Pond PA, has dropped the “PA” and is releasing his first official solo album, “The Lives Inside The Lines Of Your Hand,”…
Living Days’ Pete Townshend cover set to wild montage of Sam Raimi/the Coen Brother’s 1985 thriller, “Crimewave.”
The Slants have no problem making a statement, but they’d probably rather just keep making their infectious dance-rock. The Portland, Ore., group, who is known for providing the soundtrack to some insane dance parties, brings their music to the masses with a message. Much like bands like Public Enemy and N.W.A., The Slants, who are…
Download the theme song from “Beasts Of The Southern Wild” for everyone’s favorite tiny heroine.
Smooth newcomer, Sebastian Mikael, gets personal at Rubber Tracks.
Bon Jovi, Dave Grohl, Billy Joel, Alicia Keys, Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Eddie Vedder, Roger Waters, Kanye West and The Who are all slated to perform.
Download the down and dirty sounds of Brooklyn’s Peanut Butter Lovesicle.
State Radio plays on the economic disparities between Wall Street and the rest of us.
Frightened Rabbit documents a picturesque tour through the Scottish Highlands, delivering performances as stunning as the landscapes they visited.
Article: R. Kelly 101: Everything you need to know about the singer before Trapped in the Closet returns
Everything you need to know about R. Kelly before Trapped in the Closet continues on IFC on November 23 at 9/8c.
Trapped in the Closet returns to IFC on Friday, November 23rd at 9/8c.
Hortlax Cobra is the nom de plume — or, rather, nom de dance project — of John Eriksson from Peter Bjorn and John. (This is not to be confused with Smile, the new side project from Peter Bjorn and John’s Björn Yttling, of course.) The album, which debuted back in June was released on Ingrid,…
The Cult mourns the loss of the natural world and tries to make sense of the trash heap we have inherited.
When you tune in to to “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan” today at 1:15 p.m. ET, we want you to try something: Close your eyes. We know it will be hard to turn away from the action as the crew of the Starship Enterprise battle one of their most hated villains: Khan Noonien…