Halifax, Nova Scotia’s Jon Samuel (yep, the keyboardist in Wintersleep) is a talented and ever-evolving musician who’s not one to remain idle for long. Celebrating his new solo recording Dead Melodies, out via Hidden Pony Records, we’re stoked to offer a free, high quality MP3 download of lead single, “Modern Lovers.”
Nottingham newcomers Merrick's Tusk have just put out their new video for "Hold The Waves" so we had a chat to them about five of the songs that helped influence their sound.
Our mailbox is flooded on a daily basis with new sounds, so we’ve rounded up some of the best to get you through the next seven days. Enjoy!
UK trio Steel Trees, hot off the release of their new single “Deaf In One Eye,” are hunkered down with producer Matt Elliss working on a new album, due summer 2019 via These Bloody Thieves/Cargo Records. We connected with vocalist and guitarist Tom Hannon to talk gear!
Florida rapper Denzel Curry shows how vital and influential Rage Against The Machine still are with a devastating cover of their hit anthem "Bulls On Parade". Check it out here.
Injecting a little bit of Californian sunshine into the hearts of the Union Chapel audience, acoustic rock duo This Wild Life dazzled the London crowd, with formidable support from former Yellowcard vocalist William Ryan Key, and opener Rob Lynch.
Swiss quintet, Dreamshade are wrapping up an intense, four-date tour of South Africa which sees them pummelling local audiences with their melodic, alternative metal. We spoke with the band about the trek, South African hospitality, covering Linkin Park, and whiskey!
A lot has changed for Harry Radford, frontman with Call Me Amour. Along with a new single, "Tourniquet", the band played their first show recently so we caught up with Harry to find out more about the last two years and the future.
Steel Panther transported the ecstatic crowd at London, UK’s The Roundhouse back to the ‘80s for a night full of inappropriate jokes, boobs, and good old-fashioned rock n’ roll. What more could one want on a Sunday before the reality of Monday morning comes around again?
We’re always up for a little local lovin’, so we’ve decided to kick off this (partial) Canadian holiday weekend with the premiere of the “Mufasa” music video from Toronto area heavy (and we mean HEAVY) rock trio, Lawless Sons!
Johnny Crowder, vocalist for the alternative metal act Prison, chats with us about his “unsigned and unstoppable” band, their upcoming new music, and blossoming mental wellness app, Cope Notes.
We hooked up with doom metal band Eye of Nix for our new edition of Stereo Six, describing five classic albums (and one curveball) that directly influenced the gloom and doom on their recent Prophecy re-release, Black Somnia.
The “Misery Will Find You”! We caught up with The Amity Affliction and Senses Fail as they hit The Catalyst in Santa Cruz, California with supporting act Silent Planet.
Scottish indie-pop 3-piece Stillhound have released a brand new electronic-tinged single “Walk In The Park” from the new self-titled album due this March and are premiering their new video right here.
We caught up with UK post-metalcore giants Bring Me The Horizon, plus supporting acts Thrice and FEVER 333, as they came to play UMass Lowell’s Tsongas Center on February 1, 2019.
Northern Ireland’s Jealous of the Birds, aka Naomi Hamilton, joins us fresh off the release of the Wisdom Teeth EP, to list her favourite gender progressive artists as part of our Women of Rock series.
We recently spoke with The Goombas' lead singer and guitarist Dakota Wylie to find out more about the very cool album cover for the "It Ain't Easy" single in the latest installment of our UnCovered series.
“Velvet Crush”, the latest track from Austin duo Primal Static, sees the girl/guy pair retain their bluesy rock sound but infuse the hell out of it with pulsating post-punk, and some electronic flair for good measure.
Our premiere of the single “In The Line of Fire” sees synthy electronic rock artists C Z A R I N A and Chris Keya united in a common and intergalactic cause to save the human race from an evil alien force!
Following on from the successful release of their debut album Penumbra, we spoke to London progressive tech metal outfit Khaidian about the records and bands that changed their lives as well as getting them to pick their own favourite Khaidian release to date.