Because your iTunes could probably use a hug, May’s picks introduce a few alternative noisemakers and a need-to-know MC.
Messing with nostalgia, we pay homage to the old days and introduce a staff-selected list of songs you may have missed this month.
Though poutine, ugly sweater parties and “Hockey Night In Canada” make up for it, there’s a disconcerting lack of alternative festivals in the Great White North. Quebec’s Amnesia Rockfest is about to change that.
Going for the throat with The White Stripes, Deftones, Notorious B.I.G. and the Drive OST, Record Store Day is not kidding around.
With the summer being mapped out, April’s picks will keep you busy with raw alternative punk and nostalgia-laced R&B.
For your ears only, we’ve compiled a massive tape of 40 artists worth looking up at South By Southwest, tagging rising noisemakers and more commercial names that will manhandle your iPod.
Daft Punk, Prince, Justin Timberlake, Alicia Keys, Lil Wayne, and David Bowie are all names that made the rounds on Twitter this past weekend but these afternoon delights at South By Southwest are no joke.
Can’t picture what it’s like to celebrate the one-year anniversary of Ex-Lives at The Opera House? We can help.
Full of stage dives, mic drops and possible cameos from Ryan Gosling, here’s our definitive guide to Austin’s big week.
Spring hasn’t quite sprung yet but March’s choice cuts will invade your headphones with gritty garage pop, conscious East Coast rap, new era pop punk and an Australian producer that re-ups oldies.