POSTED // Apr 4,2013 - Tjutjuna’s Twitter page contains a description of the band’s music that’s as succinct as it is accurate. “Loud space rock” reads one line, followed by a second that says “the future”
POSTED // Apr 4,2013 - Music is a drug. It’s a truism. But with Spiritualized, it’s more true, more mind-expanding than most. Take the cover of the English band’s 1997 album Ladies & Gentlemen, We Are Floating in Space,
POSTED // Mar 29,2013 - Logistical accidents are the best kind, as The Joy Formidable singer and guitarist Ritzy Bryan can attest. While touring in 2011 behind their raucous, critically acclaimed debut, The Big Roar,
POSTED // Mar 28,2013 - It’s been a hell of a year for Max Pain & the Groovies. Since winning the band component of the 2012 City Weekly Music Awards, they’ve played a nationwide tour, welcomed new bassist Jordan Deveraux, gotten a clothing sponsorship
POSTED // Mar 27,2013 - Anyone with a video camera and a version of “Harlem Shake” can score a few watches on YouTube. But reaching more than 250 million total views—as violinist, composer and choreographer Lindsey Stirling
POSTED // Mar 21,2013 - It’s the stuff of dreams, Imagine Dragon’s chart-soaring 2012 LP Night Visions. Based largely on the subconscious nonsense that comes during deep sleep, the album—and singles “It’s Time” and “Radioactive,”
POSTED // Mar 21,2013 - You have to be true to yourself. That’s what the guys in the Seattle-based band Pickwick discovered several years ago after they decided they didn’t want to be a folk band anymore.
POSTED // Mar 14,2013 - “When you boil it down to its essence, Flogging Molly is all about playing music that is very real and organic, and playing it with all the piss and vinegar and passion you can in each note,” says guitarist Dennis Casey.