Maryland natives, All Time Low are arguably one of the biggest pop-punk bands in the world. Known for their catchy hooks, relatable lyrics, and staggering live shows, this energetic foursome are back and ready to rock with their brand new single!
With their debut album, Ploy, Silvertwin has taken a step towards bringing retro sounds back into the mainstream.
Tramlines Festival is dubbed as Sheffield’s biggest party and is all set to go ahead at Hillsborough Park on the 23rd – 25th July. Here’s everything you need to know about the festival.
An early summer night, live music, and a palpable desire to get back to normal, to make music together, to dance, and get lost in the crowd.
The latest and considerably most ambitious addition to Waterparks’ alphabetized discography is the highly anticipated Greatest Hits. The record’s name alone is setting the bar high, but this is not a band that would make such a statement unless they could not only meet but succeed expectations.
St. Vincent takes her musicianship to downtown New York, heels in hand, with yesterday’s paint on and no intention to relinquish any control over a spotty narrative.
The latest album of the soul and R&B artist Rag’n’Bone Man mirrors life’s bittersweet, a soundtrack of a man’s misadventures that sketch life in broad lines.
Billie Marten on her upcoming album Flora Fauna, supporting the backbone of the industry and finally enjoying gigs
Billie Marten’s new album is her statement of purpose: Flora Fauna is an affirmation of undeniable talent and, this time, it sounds like Billie believes it too.
Released on Friday, April 23, via Airbag Records, High Functioning’s eponymous debut EP is a white-hot thrasher. It’s fast-paced punk at its finest, compact but more than enough to tide you over. The production value here is through the roof—it was recorded at Toe Rag Studios in Hackney by Grammy-winner Liam Watson, who famously worked on The White Stripes’ Elephant.
On April 17, from The Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles, California, Weezer, along with the LA Philharmonic and the Youth Orchestra Los Angeles, put on a very special live stream.
FancyNormal’s Noni and Jules on their debut Starters & Appetizers, authenticity in pop and hard to swallow pills
Newly-formed Melbourne pop duo FancyNormal are launching full throttle across romantic 80s synth soundscapes with their subtly profound debut EP, Starters & Appetizers.
In the fall of 2019, Black Honey entered the studio and started recording their sophomore album. COVID-19 hit in early 2020, and the whole world went under multiple lockdowns. There were false starts, bad-to-worse middles, new hopes, bittersweet and triumphant ends – and through it all, Izzy B. Phillips and Black Honey masked up, locked down, and kept Written and Directed on […]
A bleak reality was still setting in as we passed the one-year mark of the degradation of our social cocoons. MF Tomlinson’s first full-length project, Strange Time, landed amidst this bleak anniversary, one full trip around the sun after the world suddenly shut down.
Following on from their recent LP release, Cowboy Flying Saucer are set to drop a double-sided single today, April 2. ‘Mascara’ is headlining in this instance, followed by ‘I Threw Something Awful On It’. This is a strictly limited physical release with only 25 copies of the 7″ available (and already sold out at the time of this review!), with […]
‘Boomer Baby’ is the latest single from British songwriter Ryan McMey, a young pop talent writing and producing from his bedroom to the world.
The music industry as we know it has changed drastically, and artists are now desperate to find new ways to connect with their fans. With shows not feasible in most countries currently, live streams have become the new norm. Texas-bred band Waterparks are one of the latest to jump on the bandwagon, offering ticket and merch packages for a live […]