Here’s to now, and to nothing else, because The Maine’s Lovely, Little, Lonely is finally here. If they can figure out how to top this one, it’ll be time to crown them the kings of alternative rock.
You’re still high, but don’t go home yet, because these four screw-ups will make you do the timewarp again.
Mime Game, the new project of Josephine Collective’s Dillon DeVoe, has just repainted the picture of pop rock, and added in some pretty spectacular highlights.
Song To Song purports to be about two couples whose lives are intertwined by both their relationships to each other and their involvement in the music business.
A snobby, hairy man captures a sexy bibliophile. Anthropomorphic silverware and furniture convince her to stay in the castle until her captor figures out how to talk to women.
A great twist on the zombie genre with strong, well developed female characters—and in this one the kids rule!
Knox Hamilton haven’t invented the wheel with their debut release, but they’ve made it fly. Not a moment on the album feels rushed, unclear, or unorganized. It’s the quality of work that sets Knox apart from the crowd.