Check out the new music video of “Sorry” from The She’s.
Dig the new breed! Yishay‘s brand of anthemic electro-rock is a breath of fresh air.
Los Angeles based Vista Kicks is Derek Thomas, Sam Plecker, Trevor Sutton, and Nolan LeVine.
The quartet, originally met on the kindergarten playground in their hometown and are thus more than bandmates. They are lifelong friends and creative brothers with a knack for writing infectious songs and throwing a great party.
Hard rockers Small Town Titans hail from York Pennsylvania and already have two full-length albums under their belts.
Indie pop pioneer Morrissey returns with his 11th studio album, Low in High School, his first with BMG and out in mid-November.
Anyone with a smidgeon of the rock ‘n’ roll spirit in their hearts will celebrate a chorus that goes – “Fuck you, I’m still alive!”
Here’s another refreshing approximation of the progressive-art-pop-rock of the 80s from John Hickman. Highly reminiscent of Steven Wilson’s more high profile recent chart-topping work.
Intriguing collaboration between Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile, two artists who have played at Laneway Singapore!
“Imagine Led Zeppelin at Madison Square Garden meets James Brown at the Apollo. Picture Tina Turner prowling the stage like Iggy Pop with vocals that conjure Aretha Franklin and Humble Pie’s Steve Marriott.”
The self-confessed genre-blenders (progressive psychedelic punk-rock) The U.S. Americans shared the video for “Fade Out” recently.
Art rocker Kristeen Young has been variously described as a feral Tori Amos and a blend of Iggy Pop and Siouxsie Sioux.
Definitely, one of the highlights of the recently concluded Music Matters Live 2017 was catching Perth quartet Childsaint performing at the Timbre Substation.
Gold Coast indie pop band Fairchild is in town for Music Matters Live 2017 and we had the chance to chat with them about their two year stint in the UK, why modern bands need to learn entrepreneurial skills and what the future holds for the band.
Music Matters is all about looking closely at the business aspects of music. Thus, it was appropriate that we spent some quality time discussing with M1LDL1FE (viz. Paddy, David, Peng Sing and Jeryl) about the music business issues a modern Singapore band needs to face.
Cristina Vane is a songstress and slide guitarist based in Los Angeles, who has just released a new EP, Troubled Sleep.
Once upon a time, popular music trends would be cyclical but it has been a long while since rock ‘n’ roll was considered trendy. Will Starcrawler be the young rock band that makes the difference?
Nothing too outstanding about the song or the arrangements. In fact “Without Question” sounds like a lot of modern acoustic soul pop music. But it stands out because of its message.
Uh-oh. Berlin duo Paper Spook make all the right noises with new album No Romantics, due in September.
London-based pop futurist Rina Sawayama recently shared the video for her new single “Cyber Stockholm Syndrome”.
Beck is back with what seems like a more upbeat approach as compared to the melancholy Morning Phase (2014).
Singapore pop-rock band TypeWriter returns in a big way with a new single, new music video and new EP.
We are sick and tired of pre-fabricated soul-less boring poop that poses as pop music in 2017. So thank fuck for Wolf Alice and their new single, “Yuk Foo”!
One of the most exciting new bands we have come across in recent times. Starcrawler!
Check out the impressive music video of a studio rendition (at Berklee College of Music, no less) of Emma Charleston’s “Don’t Wait Up”.
Self-styled indie folk-pop trio Moonrise Nation released their debut album, Glamour Child, yesterday on Zinc Records, a label formed by Bobby Z of Prince’s band, The Revolution.