Blondes got together during their freshman year of college. The lineup has remained the same since their inception as a cover band: vocalist Will Potter, guitarist Alex Davidson, guitarist and drummer Daniel Stroud, keys and guitarist Mark Turton, and bassist Tom Herbert.
Architects are a British post-metalcore band that have used their ninth studio album, For Those Who Wish To Exist, to ask the question: are we treating the planet as nicely as we could/should?
Pale Waves have become one of the biggest names in indie pop/alternative rock. The sound of the work they have put out before Who Am I? has held a dreamy, indie sound. Who Am I? has changed this as it carries a much poppier tune.
Wax Romantics are a duo who neglected to tell anyone about releasing their first EP, Heart of Wax. This time around, the pair have done a bit of promotion in the announcement of their second EP: Nail Biter in Pinky Land.
Anyone who has paid any attention to rock music since the mid-nineties knows and inevitably loves Foo Fighters. Their fans are the first to admit their music does not particularly stand out from album to album. The band has kept a very consistent sound since their formation. Medicine At Midnight is no exception to holding that well-rounded sound.
Pale Waves has made a name for themselves as an essential alternative artist, touring with The 1975, Muse, and The Cure. They’ve become known for a dreamy, melancholy alternative rock sound; however, the band is taking a new direction with their upcoming album Who Am I?
American-Korean indie band Run River North has created a sound for themselves that feels incredibly on track with today’s popular alternative scene but is very strongly unique to the band.
Paul McCartney spent his lockdown this spring creating music that he liked. The Beatle set out to record a bunch of music at his home studio for the sake of making music as a hobby rather than as his job. That music has ended up becoming his eighteenth solo album McCartney III. Inspired by the global pandemic, McCartney wrote and recorded everything […]
As most Phoebe Bridgers’ music does, Copycat Killer makes the listener feel like they are part of a cool girl club explicitly made to let out all their emotions. The EP is soft in sound, sharp in lyrics, bringing that chilled sound to the forefront of bedroom pop.
I Don’t Know How But They Found Me (iDKHOW) brings a robust MTV New Wave sound to the alternative charts with their debut full-length album, Razzmatazz. iDKHOW is the project of ex-Panic! At The Disco bassist Dallon Weekes and ex-Falling In Reverse drummer Ryan Seaman.
Best known for her song’ death bed (coffee for your head)’, beabaddoobee releases her debut album: Fake It Flowers. The record embodies ’90s cool-girl nostalgia with a modern feel.
The British female duo Ward Thomas releases their fourth album: Invitation. All 14 tracks ooze with romance and longing that fans of late 2000’s pop will love.
2020 is Bon Jovi’s take on the current turmoil of America in the last several months. Their 15th studio album, it touches on politics, unity, and the pandemic.
Machine Gun Kelly jumps into the pop-punk scene with his fifth studio record: Tickets To My Downfall, produced by Blink 182’s Travis Barker. While the record is still distinctly MGK’s style, the sound takes a turn away from rap/hip hop, the genre of Machine Gun Kelly’s first four albums.
Canadian trio Violet Night releases their sophomore album, A N T I H E R O E S, a record that will inevitably be adored by pop-punk fans.
in earnest breaks into the British alternative scene with their self-titled debut EP, out October 7. The trio dives into the scary, incredibly important conversation of mental health with their six-track EP. In earnest proclaims their first EP to be an “exploration of mental illness, nostalgia, and hope vs. hopelessness”; the band dives into these themes while tugging at the […]