Chef Danny P. returns for another Baker’s Dozen entry, this time with a Spring treat that’ll help you get sprung. Hungry for lunch? Try a mid-day munch with some Jack Herer-infused “Fuzzy Spring Fiddleheads.”
Montreal’s Operators are fresh off a new album, Radiant Dawn, out now via Last Gang Records, and, with a busy summer of touring ahead of them, they lend us Devojka for a guest blog to give a comprehensive rundown on her extensive gear.
What UK nu-metal bruisers Blood Youth have done on their Rude Records release, Starve, is extremely impressive and the only place they’re headed is toward the big leagues.
As we have just hit the half-way mark of 2019, we thought that it would be the perfect time to toss up a #THROWBACKTHURSDAY and reflect upon some of the incredible music which captivated our team in 2018. From Boss Keloid and Parkway Drive to Fever 333 and Johnny Cash, there’s stuff on here for everyone.
In a special guest blog, music video director Sergio Rebolledo and NEXT CItY guitarist Philip Paulsen take us behind-the-scenes of the themes, the logistics, and even the smoke bombs featured in the band’s new “Tell Me” video.
In anticipation of XXL’s 2019 Freshman Class, here are our predictions for the this year’s list of the top young rappers the world of hip-hop has to offer, including Blueface, Gunna, Lil Baby, and Juice Wrld.
After a few months “vacation,” chef Danny P. is back again with a new episode of Baker’s Dozen. With summer nearly here, let’s get those warm days started on the right foot with our recipe for “Not Those Kind of Shrooms” Mushrooms on Toast.
With his newest album, (I Am) Origami Pt. 3 - A Catacomb Hymn, dropping July 19th on Tooth and Nail and DevilDuck Records, indie rocker John Van Deusen hits us with a Stereo Six to catalogue his songwriting inspirations.
With post-hardcore band Movements skyrocketing faster than we can keep track of, here are five reasons the Fearless Records quartet’s preternatural success took off and isn’t slowing down anytime soon.
L.A.’s Pete Wilde dropped his debut album, Sugar & Smoke, on April 5th via 88 Jump and now joins us for an incredible guest blog wherein he reminds us where rock ‘n’ roll came from and who really built it.
Ryan Meyers, the mind behind the emo/punk band Figure Eight, gives us a track-by-track look deep into the new record Any Given Flower, along with an exclusive album stream.
Minneapolis metalcore quartet Odds of an Afterthought give a track-by-track rundown of their triumphant five song EP, Through Eyes of Change.
Portugese rockers Pântano lend vocalist Nuno Rodrigues for a Guest Blog to dish on the band’s video for “Solitude.”
LA’s high energy rockers Desert Weather give us a rundown on the conception and meaning of their debut single, “Still In My Head,” out May 17th.
Liz Mauritz, lead vocalist for Austin, Texas-based pop-punk group Gold Steps, delivers a fantastic guest blog detailing various Easter Eggs in the video for their newest single, “Empty Space.”
Montreal native and art-rock connoisseur Jesse Mac Cormack lends some insight into his newest record, “Now” (out May 3rd on Secret City Records), with a track-by-track rundown of its ten dreamy, explorative songs.
Having just released their double album, Visions of The Blinded World Pt. I & II, Lucky, vocalist with electro-metallers Spookshow Inc., talks about five songs that influenced their sound.
Jared Putnam is a very busy man. The creative force behind alternative rock/indie project The March Divide joins us for a guest blog regarding the making of his new single “I Got Lost.”
In celebration of “Tropical punk” band The Skints’ upcoming Easy Star Records album Swimming Lessons, the group has been so kind as to offer up an exclusive track-by-track breakdown of the recording’s fourteen songs.
Norwegian ambient rocker Sylvaine drops a Stereo Six listing six albums that helped shape her newest record, Atoms Aligning, Coming Undone - out now via Season of Mist.