It may have taken them over ten years, but Toronto’s No Warning have one hell of a comeback album on their hands with “Torture Culture”.
The Lillingtons are sneaky bastards. First there was a new EP in the form of “Project 313”. Which was already awesome because seriously...
SLEEPWALKERS sees Brian Fallon once again pushing timeless rock 'n' roll into the modern era, recasting British Invasion rock, first generation UK punk, and American pop and soul into a near irresistible sound he's dubbed – with a nod and a wink towards The Who – as "Heavy R&B." Recorded earlier this year at New Orleans' Parlor Recording Studio with producer Ted Hutt – the man behind the board for The Gaslight Anthem's 2008 breakthrough, THE '59 SOUND – the album is yet another sterling example of Fallon's always adventurous artistry, this time fueled by the New Jersey-based tunesmith's
Fest is almost upon you lucky bastards. Meanwhile we are stuck behind our computer posting yet another Fest-related interview.
It's not really like you have a choice. You need to go watch Toronto's Pkew Pkew Pkew at Fest. Because - to use their own words- they're the Lance Armstrongs of music, they dope.
- by Nate Hennon
Meet Chicago’s Melkbelly.
Santa Rosa, CA’s Decent Criminal are one of the first signees to the recently formed Dodgeball Records along with the likes of Showoff and Attic Salt.
Following the release of their fourth album “Snowdonia”, Florida’s Surfer Blood are back with a covers EP.
Watching sketch comedy shows should come with a disclaimer. Take Chicago’s Andy Slania for example.