The music of the Lumineers reflects traditional folk blended with upbeat acoustic rock and a magnetism that's begun to grab the nation's attention.
Although he lost his battle with colorectal cancer, Robin Gibb leaves us with six decades of music and memories during his solo career and with his brothers Maurice and Barry as the Bee Gees.
With a fragile voice and unwavering emotional clarity, Julia Stone dives into the chasm between our dreams and reality on her sophomore release, "By the Horns."
Bo and the Locomotive are standing beneath a neighbor's blossoming tree, playing a new song behind their Dogtown home.
Before Paste Magazine told the nation so, it wasn't presumptuous to say Bo and the Locomotive is one of the best reasons to get excited about St. Louis music.
With a sunny outlook and warm, lush melodies, Vacationer puts a bright and positive spin on electronic pop.
There is nothing conventional about the Polyphonic Spree. Sonically they throw down with as many as 22 members simultaneously jamming, dancing and prancing about while creating layered grooves that are part gospel choir, part indie rock show and part cultish love-fest.