One Year and Counting
September 14, 2015
As of today, Catfish and The Bottlemen’s debut record The Balcony has spent a full year on the Official Albums Chart Top 100 in the U.K., and tomorrow, the four-piece embarks on their largest American tour to-date.
The Maccabees Come Home
July 29, 2015
The Maccabees fourth studio album, Marks to Prove It, includes more instrumentation than prior releases, oscillating between powerful upbeat rock tracks and delicate piano-led ballads.
July 9, 2015
Self-produced, recorded in an abandoned church outside of London, and released to glowing reviews, Happyness’ debut album oscillates between quiet acoustic strums and loud fuzzed-out guitars.
Leon Bridges Comes Home
June 23, 2015
Less than one year ago, Leon Bridges was bussing tables and washing dishes at a restaurant in Fort Worth, Texas, but now he has released his debut album via Columbia and is embarking on an entirely sold-out North American tour.
Third Time’s the Charm
May 4, 2015
Today, Mikal Cronin releases his third album, MCIII, which sonically and lyrically surpasses the wide scope of his 2013 sophomore effort.
April 29, 2015
After the band’s music quickly spread by word of mouth throughout Nashville, Bully picked up opening slots for Superchunk, Best Coast, and Cloud Nothings.
April 13, 2015
Less than two weeks ago, Spanish quartet Hinds—Carlotta Cosials, Amber Grimberge, Ade Martin, and Ana Garcia Perrote—brought their exuberant personalities and summery melodies to Manhatttan’s Mercury Lounge.
March 23, 2015
After traveling the world and seeing personal relationships flourish and fade, Villagers frontman Conor O’Brien returned to his barn in a small Irish coastal town to record an album true to himself.