With their sophomore full-length album Not Art set to come out in the United States in early 2014 under their … Continued
Family of the Year’s sweet harmonies and folksy rock mark has seen them garner much interest on the music scene.
Don’t try to pin a specific music genre on Southern California indie rockers Infantree. When listening to their latest album, a ton of influences come to mind.
King Tuff is making waves with his self-titled sophomore album.
Fort Lean have only been a real band for a little less than a year, but the Brooklyn-based indie rockers have a lot of musical chops between them.
Papa has a well-received EP out titled A Good Woman is Hard to Find, and a new full-length is being culled together.
A group of young Texans has its sights set on becoming the next “epic” rock act.
Meet the Drowning Men, a quintet of indie-rockers hailing from Oceanside, Calif. But, to tag them solely as indie-rockers would undermine the musical cornucopia they represent. Formed six years ago in the outskirts of San Diego, the Drowning Men is a vintage-indie rock band that blends the liveliness of Irish folk with the dark and ominous sounds of gypsy music.
The members of London-based indie outfit the Boxer Rebellion like to think of themselves as the luckiest unlucky band ever because, as frontman Nathan Nicholson explains, “There are far, far more unlucky bands, and the fact is you haven’t heard of them because they are so unlucky.”
When their touring van broke down two weeks ago in the desert on I-10 outside Los Angeles, noise-rock trio Ume dialed AAA for a tow, transferred their gear to a minivan and kept on rolling.