Adrian Patrick of Otherwise talks to Reverb about personal story behind his band’s new single, “I Don’t Apologize” from the album “True Love Never Dies.”
Courtney Barnett illustrates the majesty in mundanity in her charming debut album “Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit.”
The new Mumford & Sons song”Believe” is the first taste of their upcoming third album “Wilder Mind,” and fan’s first chance to hear the band’s new electronic sound.
Jack White has shared a lengthy letter with the media about how sick he is of journalists reporting about his guacamole recipe.
We run down some of the many musical moments from the “Saturday Night Live” 40th Anniversary Special on Sunday, which brought Paul McCartney, Miley Cyrus and more.
“Portlandia” is a special kind of synergy for Sleater-Kinney’s reunion tour and album
On his sophomore album, “I Love You Honeybear,” Father John Misty trades one-liners for sincerity—and achieves an album of far deeper impressions.
Moe continued their 25th anniversary tour and three-night Colorado run on Friday with the first of two performances at the Ogden Theatre in Denver.
It’s no secret that the Grammy Awards are partial to commercially successful music, but anyone who respects music, wants to see musicians and the industry thrive should be angry about this.
The documentary “N.E.D.” — an acronym for “No Evidence of Disease” — means to change that. “N.E.D.” is both a movie and a rock band of six gynecologists who specialize in what the movie describes as “below the belt” cancers.