Produced by in-demand rocker Ty Segall, the first single from La Luz's forthcoming album "Weirdo Shrine" is thrilling, noisy and beautifully melodic surf rock.
Being my third time as witness to San Fermin's live show, I thought I knew what to expect.
The punchy, urgent sound of "Quarterback," the latest single from KOPECKY, proves that the Nashville, Tennessee band is more than ready to take on bigger, broader musical vistas and audiences.
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.
Violinists aren’t usually thought of as rock stars, but Sarah Neufeld is breaking that mold, proving Gilda Radner right that there really should be more violins on television.
San Fermin is an infectious eight-piece baroque pop ensemble that grabs your attention with its charm, talent and storytelling abilities.
Charlie Barnes sometimes calls his music "death pop," which is probably more than a little ironic. With echoes of Rufus Wainwright, the Beatles and maybe even a little bit of Queen, "Sing to God" is an explosion of orchestral indie-rock.