Las Vegas quintet, Amarionette have amassed an impressive following since their inception in 2010 with their synth-fueled, nostalgic and energetic brand of pop-rock, and they’re still growing and evolving with each and every release.
Last week, Vans, in partnership with SJC Drums kicked off their Loyal to the Craft Tour, a free drum workshop with Josh Manuel of Issues, which will be hitting cities in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Chicago throughout mid September.
Minnesota metal band, In Search Of Solace’s latest album, Enslaved To Tragedy poises the question, “Do we need tragedy in order to survive?”.
Kyd The Band’s Devin Guisande has never been one to go with the flow, and his out of the box, creative songwriting has certainly paid off.
Seattle-based Fences, the alter-ego of musician/songwriter Christopher Mansfield, celebrated the release of his latest album, Failure Sculptures earlier this summer.
Los Angeles' rock band Dirty Honey are set on creating excitement around good old fashioned rock n’ roll with their gritty, energetic and raw debut EP.
Nashville-by-way-of-Melbourne songstress WILSN has had one hell of a year so far.
Bear Rinehart, the frontman for the Grammy-nominated, chart-topping band Needtobreathe has released his debut solo album under the name Wilder Woods today.
Last month, Lansdale pop punk act Merit dropped their introspective new EP, Living With The Low, a self-dubbed “analysis of dealing with betrayal within romantic and other personal relationships”.
With an ever-changing lineup of musicians and a new band name accompanying each release, rebirth and reinvention are a common theme among Frank Iero’s three solo albums.
After years of paying their dues and working hard to find their voices in the NYC underground scene, The Ritualists are finally gearing up to release their debut full-length album, Painted People this Friday, August 2nd.
The music of retro pop band Violet Crime could be described as a modern take on vintage sounds, and their latest EP, Paper Queen hones in on that unique sound more than ever before.
Groundbreaking DJ/remixer/producer/radio host Dee Jay Silver has been busy this summer.
When you get three long-time friends like Kim Shattuck (frontwoman of The Muffs and longtime bassist of The Pandoras), Melanie Vammen (also of The Pandoras and formerly of The Muffs), and Palmyra Delran (solo artist and creative soul of all-girl group, The Friggs) together, they’re bound to create something great, and their new project, The Coolies is nothing short of just that.
Made up of four sisters (Colby, Shelby, Carthi and Faith Benson), Crimson Apple has built up quite a buzz over the past year, and with the release of their Somebody EP, 2019 is shaping up to be their year.
UK alternative singer and guitarist Holly Henderson kicked off her summer with the release of her debut album, Monday Green, and she’s already looking toward the future.
Electronic-soul artist, Carol C is poised to release her debut solo EP, Seven this Friday, July 12th.