Why? frontman and hip-hop artist Yoni Wolf is on tour with his Anticon label mate Seregenti. The tour hits Austin this Thursday at Red 7. Enter our drawing for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the show.
Holy mother of wolves Batman! Wolfmother is performing a headlining concert at Emo’s this weekend and we’re giving away a pair of tickets to the show. Black Pistol Fire opens. What more needs to be said?
Que Onda Gueros? Alt-rock fave Beck performed on Sunday, Apr. 27, for Austin City Limits’ 40th season on PBS. Check out the details and live photos before the episode airs this fall.
Industrial rock icons Nine Inch Nails performed for an ‘Austin City Limits’ taping on Monday night at ACL Moody Theater. Lots of new stuff, but one classic. See live photos and learn more from our recap.
Chicago alt-gavers Pink Frost, formerly APTEKA, are releasing their new album in September. Read this post for details and to check out their first single, “Ruins.”
Australian post-grunge rockers Silverchair released their debut album ‘Frogstomp’ on vinyl again. It kind of makes you want to pierce your ears and get a pair of Doc Martins again just thinking about it. Nahhhhh…..
Australia’s Dead Letter Circus will release their sophomore album this fall via Brooklyn-based label The End Records. The group will be opening for Periphery on their first headlining tour in forever this fall.
Cold War Kids are keeping busy after last night’s show at Stubb’s! With their fourth album already under their belt, the band is set to release a digital EP next month that will feature two new tracks and some old, but good, ones.
Get your alt-rock glory on this weekend with Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven at Mohawk. We’re giving away two tickets to one of you. All you have to do is enter the drawing and cross your fingers. For real.
Put your lighters down and get ready for The Dirty Heads this Friday at The Belmont. We have two tickets to give away to one of you lucky peeps. Click open this post to learn how you can win.
Cheap Girls are on tour with post-hardcore band Make Do and Mend. We talked to bassist and primary song writer Ian Graham while on the road to discuss the ’90s label, Rise Records and what’s coming up after this tour is done.
Denver’s Flobots and Wheelchair Sports Camp take over the outside stage at Red 7 on Monday night. We have two tickets to giveaway and all you have to do now is read this post for details. No handlebars!
London-based alt-rock band Placebo has returned to the states with their new song and video “B3,” the title track from their latest EP. After six studio albums, fifteen years together and having sold over ten million records worldwide, Placebo will be releasing their seventh studio album in 2013. No official release date is available at […]
Flobots. Having trouble remembering who that is? Just search the word “Handlebars” and everything will come back. Now, the alternative rock group will be returning with a new album entitled, The Circle In The Square. The follow-up to 2010’s Survival Story, The Circle In The Square serves as the group’s most focused album yet. “Both […]
Bands generally take several months to produce an album—the songwriting process, scheduling, recording, mastering, etc. This was the plan The Soldier Thread was in the midst of implementing when the band marched into the studio to record their newest EP. “We started to record all of the songs, but we weren’t feeling it,” said lead […]
Promo photo by Elias Tahan. It’s been awhile since we’ve heard from 1990s alternative rock group, Garbage. Known for classics “Stupid Girl” and “Only Happy when It Rains,” Garbage has been taking a break since their 2005 release, Bleed Like Me, with members taking time off to pursue other interests. Now, the group is back, […]
Alternative rock music conossieurs They Might Be Giants continue to expand their presence in the music realm. Expanding into children’s albums, They Might Be Giants have acheived golden status with their album Here Come the ABCs. Though many fans remember the Brooklyn natives from their Grammy winning single, “Boss of Me” from Malcolm in the […]
Promo photo by Eric Ryan Anderson. Three years after their debut album On Your Side, A Rocket to the Moon is back in the studio to record their sophomore album. The album, which Alternative Press dubbed one of their “Most Anticipated Albums in 2012,” will be produced by Mark Bright who has worked with artists […]
Iconic and Los Angeles bred Red Hot Chili Peppers continue their reign as funk rock professionals. The SoCal quartet, composed of Anthony Kiedis, Michael Blazary, Chad Smith, and Josh Klinghoffer, exude success, with countless awards reinforcing their hardwork. With seven Grammy Awards and over 70 million albums sold worldwide, the admirable individuals have progressed above […]
The hard hitting quintet Young the Giant paints the portrait of artistic achievement, making huge strides this year alone. Accumulating massive acclaim from critics nationwide, Young the Giant basks in their achievements in the past year including two hit songs “My Body” and “Cough Syrup” and live performance at the MTV Video Music Awards. Performing […]