Justin Courtney Pierre of Motion City Soundtrack fame has given us a taste of his voice in the past performing guest vocals for everybody from Fall Out Boy to Metro Station. This time however he’s doing it for himself on his latest EP An Anthropologist On Mars.
Multi-platinum producer and author Jeff Blue on his new book One Step Closer, Linkin Park, and going after your dreams
Multi-platinum A&R executive, songwriter, music publisher, attorney, journalist, producer, and author Jeff Blue tells an inspirational, true story of perseverance, young musical visionaries’ rise to fame, and what it takes to build a dream while confronting his own truths and showing readers how to work hard and show up for what they want in his new music novel One Step Closer.
It’s the album we’ve all been waiting and waiting and waiting for. A Day To Remember announced the release of their album You’re Welcome so long ago that you could be forgiven for thinking it may never have arrived. Finally, it’s now due to drop on Friday, March 5, at long last.
Chase Atlantic, known for their unique blend of hip hop, RnB, and some form of rock, have given us a new album, Beauty In Death.
It’s been the best part of nine long years since The Spill Canvas released a full-length album. However, last month, the South Dakota rockers announced their signing with Pure Noise Records and the inevitable release of the album Conduit.
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?
Electric Century AKA Mikey Way and David Debiak have released their self-titled sophomore record. Electric Century takes us on a journey through 11 tracks of sublime retro 80’s inspired music. The album is produced by My Chemical Romance’s Ray Toro and is a sequel to the first album, For The Night To Control. It claims to move their sound onto a bigger or more dynamic platform […]
Singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Kelc Galluzzo, who goes by the stage name Jetty Bones, proves that talent is found in the most unlikely of places.
Alternative pop upstart Tishmal (real name Rachel Brockbank) is here to give you brooding, intelligent pop and expand the depths of the electronica scene. Given to her as a young girl around the time she started to pursue music seriously, the name means hummingbird in Luiseno, the language of her Native American heritage.
Maxïmo Park had a lot to deal with in the run-up to the release of their seventh album, Nature Always Wins. Singer and lyricist Paul Smith, Tom English on drums, and Duncan Lloyd on guitar and keyboards made sure it was set to be an interesting one.
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.
Sweden’s Normandie has a new album out in a matter of days: Dark & Beautiful Secrets. It’s the third full-length from the Stockholm trio, made up of frontman Phillip Strand, guitarist Håkan Almbladh and drummer Anton Franzon.
Inner struggles are sublimed into a communal affair in slowthai’s second LP, TYRON. As the gaze turns inwards, slowthai tells the story of the forgotten through his own.
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.
Los Angeles band Teenage Wrist are due to unleash their sophomore album, Earth Is A Black Hole, on us this Friday, February 12, via Epitaph.