Hip-hop performer Otis Mensah has a new EP out titled Mum’s House Philosopher and it is an album not to miss. We spoke with the artist about his new EP, what artists he truly looks up to, and what’s next for him.
The dynamic duo of Slug and Ant, also known as Atmosphere, are back with their first album since 2016, Mi Vida Local.
Piines is a Toronto-based ambient rock band who are trying to make everyone’s holiday season a little more bearable with the release of their new three song EP, “Out in the Grey”, and a corresponding music video for their single, “Soaked”.
Epilogue is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon honoring classic horror and sci-fi films. Feature #10 celebrates 1993’s Jurassic Park, starring Sam Neill, Laura Dern, and Jeff Goldblum, released via Universal Pictures.
South Africa’s Zombies Ate My Girlfriend and their production crew, reveal the sweat and tears behind the making of their latest music video, “The Worst Is Yet To Come,” which also gave us a chance to talk about the concept of humanity being fucked.
Fresh off their newest album, Make Room (out October 19th on Uncool Records), Destroy Boys join us for another Women of Rock installment to give us the five female-inclusive groups they are loving right now.
“Welcome 2 Neverland,” and the world of Swiss metallers Almøst Human with the exclusive premiere of their new single and visualizer video.
Summer saw them playing Warped Tour while December saw them touring Europe with Bowling For Soup so it would be fair to say that 2018 was awesome for Not Ur Girlfrenz. We spoke to the band recently to find out more about their favourite bits of the last twelve months.
Songs for the Dead Live, out January 25, 2019 on Metal Blade Records, is the ultimate treat for King Diamond fans and an absolute must-have. Do not miss this one!
PeerTracks co-founder Cédric Cobban speaks with us about launching a music-streaming service with a business model in which everyone wins, from artist to content-owner to listener.
In another of our exciting Stereo Six installments, we’re happy to have Big Lonely’s own Jake Heise join us to detail five classic albums (and one curveball) that influenced Bad Magic, the band’s most recent release.
Bristol heavy rock quintet Phoxjaw are our “190 Proof” Artist of the Month. We tell you why, plus, vocalist/bassist Danny Garland drops some humorous knowledge on both the band and dinosaurs.
Rambunctious pop-punkers Hello, Atlantic, who recently dropped their newest single, “Night Life”, join us to showcase their lighter side by listing their TOP 10 fun facts about their home state of Rhode Island.
The Paltrocast continues with episode 11 and, this time around, Darren Paltrowitz sits down for three engaging interviews with Jon Spencer, Spin Doctors frontman Chris Barron, and Game Of Thrones star, Hafthor Björnsson.
To learn more about the innovative instrumentation and ancient Greek instruments at work on Dead Waves’ new album, God of the Wild, we conducted a Geared Up interview with one-half of the duo, bassist Teddy Panopoulos.
German death metallers, Deathrite, have an eclectic taste in music, but all of it ties into the world of nightmares. Check out their playlist for unpacking their latest album - When Nightmares Reign, out now on Century Media.
We’re stoked to premiere a stream of “Babel” by YERÛŠELEM, a project of Vindsval and W.D. Feld (Blut Aus Nord), off their upcoming Feb 2019 Debemur Morti Productions album, The Sublime.
It’s “For The Greater Good” that you check out our latest free download from Brooklyn, hard rock band, The Rooftop Rebellion.
We’re packing some serious Greek Fire today and offering you an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the St. Louis-based group’s latest music video for their single, “The Ride.”
Brooklyn’s Barclays Center was host to Radio.com’s annual “Not So Silent Night” show which hit New York for the very first time. Along with ALT 92.3, the gig included Muse, Mike Shinoda, Florence + The Machine, and many more.