This week we have a mixed bag of releases for you music fans out there. We’ve got your hip-hop pop; your redneck country; your hipster indie rock; and a R&B diva trying to stage a comeback. Let’s get to it.
This week sees new albums from Soundgarden, Kenny Chesney and Gucci Mane. Check our short reviews.
This week’s new albums include a solo joint from System Of A Down’s Serj, a new Maroon 5 and more.
No pop tarts or prefab cuties, as delightful as their plasticine sexuality may be. This is 20 chicks who shred ass and look good doing it
The upcoming RADFEST in London looks to be a sweet show with some heavy hitting bands. Check this sweet mix the organizers put together.
Today’s Hump Day pick is a set by ink-slinger Michael DeFarge with some great tunes from all over the recorded sound timeline. It owns.
This week’s new albums include releases from Scissor Sisters, Dwele, Wolf Parade, Diddy, Three 6 Mafia and more.
This week’s new albums include releases from Robyn, Pitbull, Devo, Tom Petty and more. Check our capsule reviews.
Canadian hard-rock band Hail The Villain just dropped their major label debut, Population: Diminishing. Check out an exclusive interview.
After 20 years of nonstop touring every summer, the Dave Matthews Band announced on their website that they’re going to take a break for the summer of 2011 but return for 2012. Bummer.
Les Claypool has pulled the members of Primus back together after being on a four year hiatus. The band will perform with their former drummer Jay Lane who hasn’t played with the band since 1989.