Tegan & Sara have already made some waves back home in Canada and in the States thanks to Neil Young (who signed them to his own label), The White Stripes (who covered one of their songs) and o
While “New England” still continues to warm that special place inside of me every single time I hear it, Billy Bragg has continued to release beautiful and angry yet somewhat inconsistent albums.
Following up 2000’s “From The Screen To Your Stereo”, New Found Glory is back with another batch of covers of move themes.
Featuring former members of Transition, The Morning Light first saw the light of day (haha) less than a year ago and they have since secured themselves a deal with Fearless, played nearly 150 shows
Gee, what to think of Our Last Night? These guys released an enjoyable debut album with “The Ghosts Among Us”.
Jucifer’s new album starts off normal enough with a 90s alternative rock song a la Sonic Youth and G. Amber Valentine’s vocals resembling Tanya Donnelly’s in the chorus.
A band that is as bombastic as Muse has to have an equally bombastic intro.
Just like the movie, this soundtrack is smart, funny, innocent and endearing. That’s in no small part thanks to The Moldy Peaches’ Kimya Dawson who contributes a handful of tracks.
Paint It Black. Do they really need a lengthy introduction? I hope not because I wanna sleep real bad right around now.
Have you already heard of Left Lane Cruiser? If you haven't, you sure are missing out on a treat. I hadn't but I was sold three songs into "Bring Yo' Ass To The Table", the duo's latest album (out now on Alive Records).