A band of punk-rock brats is always fun to listen to, and The Chelsea Kills are no exception.
Kim Shattuk announces her departure from the Pixies just four months after replacing Kim Deal.
The sound and synthesizers used on the four-track EP Nun allow it to feel just like a full-length album.
Despite not being as powerful as last year's self-titled debut release, Shangri La sees no shortage of what makes Jake Bugg a great songwriter.
Foxing takes traditional "twinkly" guitar riffs and combines them with unique elements to create a sound all its own.
After four years of silence, The Entrance Band is back and rocking with a funky psychedelic album.
Curse & Chapter is a must-have record for anyone who enjoys classic heavy metal.
After the toy company released an advertisement featuring unapproved reworked lyrics to "Girls", the Beastie Boys receive an open letter apologizing.
The debut from this supergroup falls a notch below super.
Americana-everything group Coal Fired Bicycle is stopping by Athens to spread some good old jams.
ACRN spoke to the band about their upcoming sophomore LP, how a stupid question brought the members together and the mistake that built their fanbase.
Come down to Casa Black Friday night for an all-out punk ruckus.
Head out to Stuart's Opera House this Saturday night to see Todd Snider, a folk singer-songwriter with a knack for hilarity.
This Saturday, Casa Nueva will be featuring Back Porch Swing Band for its early show.
Deicide’s eleventh offering is death metal that is straight to the point and packs a punch, with a heavy dose of blasphemy to complement it all.
Bashing noisy punk rippers into gentle acoustic ballads shouldn't be this pleasing to listen to, but Great Thunder makes it work.
In a string of social activism, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis reveal their social stances on issues ranging from homophobia to racial inequality.
Comedy superstars James Franco and Seth Rogen take their latest favorite music video "Bound 2" into their own hands.
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong and jazz-pop prodigy Norah Jones have the chemistry of Johnny and June Cash on this ode to The Everly Brothers.
Midnight Memories shows One Direction's edgier side, but it is still boy-band pop.