Megan & Liz’s single “Bad For Me” infected radio stations across the country this summer, and the dynamic duo have finally released an EP to accompany their new young adult sound.
When All Time Low returned to Hopeless Records after producing their 2011 album, Dirty Work, with Interscope Records, the band’s creative sparks began to ignite. Those sparks grew into the fire that is their newest release, Don’t Panic.
Go Radio’s studio album Close The Distance is not one to be forgotten — rather, it’s their most memorable yet. After tons of touring and their debut release with the gritty Lucky Street in 2011, Close The Distance has a differing fresh pop-rock feel that doesn’t stray far enough from their roots to turn uncomfortable…. Read more »
After a musical hiatus, Paper Route are back. In comparison to the last full-length the Nashville, Tenn. based band released in 2009, the sound on their latest album, The Peace of Wild Things is more polished, more mature and maybe a little more exposed than before.
We all remember the good old days when Matchbox Twenty meant classic ’90s post-grunge complete with throaty lyrics and long, stressed vowels. But let’s face it — it’s not the ’90s anymore. When we heard Matchbox Twenty are making another go of it after a second hiatus in 2007, and who could forget Rob Thomas’… Read more »
“Cigarettes in the Theatre” could have delivered more as the opening track of their debut album, Tourist History. The song rises out of smoky ambiguity before the strumming of a single guitar string starts. Immediately after, Two Door Cinema Club became as fidgety and infectious as we know them to be. But “Next Year” was… Read more »
I think it’s safe to say that everyone enjoys a little hardcore rock and roll every once in a while. Get Scared are an alternative/gothic rock band that sure know how to get their listeners to scream in addition to singing their epic lyrics, especially with their new album, “Built For Blame, Laced With Shame,”… Read more »
With three records behind him, Owl City frontman Adam Young had many options and directions as to where he could have taken his new music. Earlier this month, Young described his latest full-length, The Midsummer Station, as “bigger, deeper, more polished, more dynamic and more powerful.” He also said this 11-track album is totally unalike… Read more »