Sports Team played their biggest headline show to date with support from Walt Disco and Pig.
A band called The Maine are back with their sixth studio album, You Are OK and it’s every bit the amazing offering we were hoping for as a follow up to their 2017 record Lovely Little Lonely.
It’s that time again – Slam Dunk Festival is nearly upon us.
We get to know British alt-rockers, Lady Jane’s Revenge.
We get to know Canadian indie band House Handshake.
We get to know Kurt Riley in what may be our most in-depth interview yet…
We get to know “Midwest Rock n Roll” band Good Times & Company.
We get to know rock/funk/indie collective The King of Mars.
We get to know Brandon Rix of the hard rock band, Days To Come.
You Me At Six is an English group with members Josh Franceschi, Max Helyer, Chris Miller, Matt Barnes, and Dan Flint. As their tour is coming to an end, they came out to Pomona and played a great, energetic show at The Glass House this past Sunday.
Indoor Pets have been around and releasing music since 2014 (when they were still Get Inuit) and have toured with the likes of Spring King, Ash and most recently Razorlight.
Mayday Parade and The Wonder Years played London’s Troxy with support from Movements and Pronoun.
Generally, when one thinks of German music it’s either industrial synth electronica, along the lines of Kraftwerk or Tangerine Dream; noisy Motorik Krautrock, or trashy Europop and EDM.
How do you build an empire in a day? The Romans couldn’t, but you could always ask new kids on the block Twin XL who have managed to forge quite the following in less than a year.
Wild Nothing recently played The Village Underground in London on their UK tour with support from J Fernandez.