The ‘American Idol’ runner-up puts out a video that focuses on style rather than substance.
Mumford & Sons experiments with its sound with “Snake Eyes,” Allen Stone has great “Upside,” and our own William Bolton readies for summer.
Alabama Shakes makes a bold statement that loosens without shedding the fetters of the old-time rock sound that once anchored them so tightly to the past.
Alabama Shakes’ “Don’t Wanna Fight” speaks to the band’s Memphis roots, Saltwater Suns’ first single impresses and Findlay’s “Wolfback” is a dark treat.
Passenger’s ‘Catch In The Dark’ video captivates audiences with its scenic sights but falls short on content and coherence.
Speedy Ortiz sticks to its alternative rock roots, while wielding powerful wordplay in sophomore album, ‘Foil Deer.’
Small Talk emerges from Lyon’s studio with ‘Us Kids,’ an EP that moves the band forward with an immersive production of trippy grooves.