POSTED // Mar 6,2014 - Sure, Portland, Ore., trio Guantanamo Baywatch (kudos for finding the best band name ever, guys) play surf-rock, but it’s the kind of surf-rock that would be playing extra late at...
POSTED // Feb 13,2014 - It's been a few years since Connecticut indierock/pop duo Mates of State released their latest full-length album, Mountaintops, but fans will still get to hear some new music from the band soon, when the married couple
POSTED // Feb 6,2014 - In these days of genre-blending, bands are often unconcerned with labels, instead branching out creatively and going boldly into the unknown. For Nederland, Colo.-based five-piece Mountain Standard Time,
POSTED // Jan 30,2014 - Hailing from Santa Cruz, Calif., the Expendables often display a quintessential West Coast sound, loosely akin to Sublime. But the style of their songs can also surprise at times, as it fluctuates from reggae
POSTED // Jan 23,2014 - Listening to the music created by California band Orgone—pronounced with a long second O—will transport you straight into the ’70s, when disco was king and everything was just funkier.
POSTED // Jan 16,2014 - Wherever they go, Austin, Texas-based funkrock band T Bird & the Breaks leave their audiences sweaty, smiling and partied out. With their infectious, in-your-face, big-brass sound, T Bird & the Breaks turn every floor into
POSTED // Jan 9,2014 - In his 15-year career, this groundbreaking emcee has compiled a lengthy and stellar résumé. Since being one of the leaders of the West Coast underground hip-hop scene in the early ’90s, Jason Green—aka Planet Asia
POSTED // Jan 2,2014 - Some Reverend Horton Heat fans can be perfectly happy simply playing their copies of The Full Custom Gospel Sounds of The Reverend Horton Heat and Liquor in the Front over and over.