Over the course of the fifty years since it came out (January 1972), Jackson Browne’s first album is not often mentioned in discussions of landmark debut albums. But it should
Stockholm post-punk band Vgra Boys (= “ia” because spam FILTERS) have announced a US tour, their first in support of their latest album Welfare Jazz. Kicking off April 1st in
The Decemberists have announced a Summer 2022 North American tour ARISE FROM THE BUNKERS. Decemberists frontman Colin Meloy described the upcoming tour in a note to fans: “We’re wiping away the accumulated grime from
The perpetually-introspective Neil Young is demanding Spotify remove his music as long as it continues to host The Joe Rogan Experience (JRE) podcast on its digital platform. Rolling Stone reported
Circles Around the Sun has announced its first tour in 2022. The band will head out in March and April on a 21-show headline run that cuts clear across the U.S.
Wilco’s Solid Sound festival takes place May 27th-29th at MASS MoCA in North Adams, MA. Today, the festival announces its 2022 lineup. There are few festivals that measure up to Solid Sound’s diverse and
One year ago, The Weather Station released Ignorance, one of 2021’s most praised and far-reaching albums. Today, Tamara Lindeman announces How Is It That I Should Look At The Stars, a new album out March 4th on Fat Possum,
Dillon Vanders is a master of song and melody, almost effortlessly mixing his musical origins into cinematic lustre that can fit either in the studio or the honky tonk club.
On Extreme Witchcraft, the always willing to experiment Eels has given fans something to sink their teeth into. The fourteenth studio album finds Mark Oliver Everett working with John Parish
Given their lush vocal presentation and melodic presentation it’s entirely fitting that Boston’s Coral Moons have earned prestigious spots at this year’s Levitate Festival and Boston Calling Music Festival playing