It's been seven years since Jon Hardy & the Public released a new full-length album. "Restless City" isn't just a long time in coming; it's the record the band was born to make.
A heavy, trippy blast of rock past, present and future, "Mercury in Retrograde" builds on the promise of Brian Lopez's budding career, surging through noisy aggression before dissolving into an elegaic, piano-based melody.
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.
Lee Bains III is a Southern rock 'n' roll rebel with a cause.
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 shadowy and stirring new-wave meets post-rock sound of Boston band Soft Pyramids makes for a memorable introduction on the new track "Waning Moon."
Delta Spirit can be a hard band to get a handle on.
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.
Ellis Ludwig-Leone sits on a train directed towards a haven whose name I can't quite make out. The chug noise accompanying Ludwig-Leone's amiable chatter obfuscates most vowel sounds. He is on his way to celebrate a romantic anniversary and miscalculated the time necessary to phone in for an interview.