With a repertoire that ranges from absurd and silly to serious and silly, They Might Be Giants have been creating insanely catchy pop tunes for both children and adults since 1982.
San Fermin is an infectious eight-piece baroque pop ensemble that grabs your attention with its charm, talent and storytelling abilities.
Some might call Ray Wylie Hubbard's sound country, some might say folk or Americana, but there's a lot of rock in him too, as is evident by his latest musical testimony.
New wave Brit-Poppers, Kaiser Chiefs reclaim their turf with a new declaratory album, "Education, Education, Education and War."
The tragedy of Americana troubadour James McMurtry is that he has been flying under the radar far too long.
By all logic, "Kintsukuroi," the lead single from Hey Rosetta!'s new album, "Second Sight," should have been used in a commercial.
Miles Tackett and the Three Times play soulful, bluesy music that sounds like what Cream might have played if the jazzy influence of Ginger Baker had dominated the group's sound.
Kristeen Young brings her glam alternative rock back to where it all started.
Chuck Prophet is a journeyman of a musician. He has brought his craft and skill to bands, a solo career and has been a songwriter of renown, writing songs for a wide variety of other artists.