Danny Kongos was on the tour bus with his band Kongos —the current darlings of the alternative airwaves —barreling through … Continued
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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.