Kev Sherry is a busy guy. And ambitious, too. You might know him as the singer/guitarist in Glasgow's Attic Lights.
For all of you indie elitists out there who only like artists' "early stuff," Shrimper Records has a catch for
Fast Romantics named their 2017 album American Love. Three years later, they’re still waiting for us to return the favor.
If we would've seen the video for Jaco's "Weigh You" on 120 Minutes in the late '80s—sandwiched between, say, Game
John S. Hall is This Fuckin’ Guy. So we're guessing wife-and-husband duo Azalia Snail and Dan West (both of LoveyDove)
At 25, Daniel Donato carries himself like a journeyman—albeit an old soul who retains the unbridled enthusiasm of a kid
On August 21, Naked Giants will release sophomore album The Shadow (New West). The 11-track LP, produced by Chris Funk
Eric Hutchinson did a MAGNET takeover this week to celebrate the release of his new album, Class Of 98. See
Teenage angst has paid off well for Eric Hutchinson. Like many of us, the NYC singer/songwriter realized he'd been spending
Out tomorrow, 4 is the fourth proper album from Big Black Delta. (You can order it here.) For those of
On July 31, Glorybots returns with the self-released Invisible. The project is the brainchild of Seattle-based Jalal Andre (Echo Texture)
Over the past decade, the Dirty Clergy—after a handful of lineup changes, it's now the trio of vocalist/guitarist Brian Manasco,
MAGNET Exclusive: Premiere Of Wolfmanhattan Project’s “Friday The 13th” From Alzheimer’s Association Benefit “The Longest Day”
If you don't have a loved one in your life who is or was suffering from Alzheimer's or a form
Israel Nash was songwriting mode when he discovered No One Saw A Thing, an engrossing 2019 documentary series about a
The Land That Time Forgot is the latest from rock 'n' roll lifer Chuck Prophet, out August 21 via Yep
On Friday, Stutter Steps will release Reeling (Blue Arrow), the follow-up to 2017's Floored EP. The "band" is essentially Pittsburgh’s
"David Hawkins ran his own personal Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy Camp, and all you got is his great new album."
Witch’s Wall just released its self-titled debut album (on Cornelius Chapel), and while that's a milestone for every band, the