Recently reunited grunge heroes of the 1990s, the Afghan Whigs are making a comeback and return to their R&B influenced indie jams that were such a unique sound, textured and melodic, a sound that was ahead of its time.
With a homegrown, folk-inspired sound that spans across the Atlantic, Ian Fisher and the Present return to their Midwest roots.
Delta Spirit is riding high on the momentum of their highest charting album thus far, and gave an acoustic sampling exclusive in this Live at KDHX performance.
Classically-schooled, Sydney-based musicians Melinda Kirwin and Simon Rudston-Brown formed Falls as a couple, but broke up just after recording their debut EP "Hollywood" in 2011.
For a band that, in 2006, turned out an EP every month for the entirety of the year, a five year wait for new music is a long wait, but Bishop Allen's new work proves it was time well spent.
The new album by Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires follows the dictum of writing about what you know: the heat and heartbreak and history of the American South.
Creating a sound that is often described as boisterous yet melancholy, Brooklyn, New York's Small Black constructs on a rich antiquity of synth pop to produce modern music.
Fresh out of a near-death experience resulting from a 2013 car crash, Timothy Showalter had plenty of material for Strand of Oaks' fourth album, "HEAL."
Progressive improvisation band Umphreys McGee takes elements of rock, funk, jazz fusion and virtually every other musical form and turns it into a creation that transcends its component parts.
Doug Deming and Dennis Gruenling with the Jewel Tones are made up of a big guitar, with an even bigger sound, and a blistering harp; add in a strong rhythm section, and the various forms of blues and swing are well represented.