The brand-new, double A-side single ‘DIPTYCH’ from Atlanta-based electronic pop outfit Dot.s drops today!

Already garnering a strong buzz in their hometown of Atlanta, Georgia (USA), five-piece Dot.s aim to make their mark on the UK electro-pop scene with the captivating ‘Cardboard Queen’ and ‘Glossy’ double A-side release on April 21st  via Rose Parade Recording Co. You can stream both songs here and here. Already spanning a discography of three […]

William Goldsmith (Founding Member of Sunny Day Real Estate, The Fire Theft, Foo Fighters) Reveals New Track “The Lamb to the Slaughter Pulls A Knife” Off Upcoming LP From His New Project Assertion

Fans of rock and roll mark your calendars. On April 9th, Assertion will release their debut album, Intermission through Spartan Records. Assertion is a brand-new project, but drummer William Goldsmith is no stranger to the industry. Goldsmith, who is a founding member of Sunny Day Real Estate, The Fire Theft and Foo Fighters, is returning […]

Muic Review: DOTS Live at Standard Electric

  Atlanta indie darlings bring their quirky synth pop to the small screen — and we’re here for it.    Do you remember gigs? Actual, live, laugh-in-the-face-of-COVID, maskless gigs? Though we dreamed of a return to “normal” within months of the pandemic hitting in 2020, here we are in 2021. Gig-less. Someday we’ll sit the […]

BUSHMILLS IRISH WHISKEY® PRESENTS: FLOGGING MOLLY LIVE FROM DUBLIN, IRELAND ON ST. PATRICK’S DAY!

COVID-19 might make it difficult to pursue a typical St. Paddy’s Day game plan, but that will not stop Flogging Molly from bringing their rowdy barroom energy to homes across the world. This St. Patrick’s Day, legendary Celtic rock band Flogging Molly will be streaming a live performance from Dublin, Ireland. Fans can tune in […]

REVIEW: IDIOT PRAYER – NICK CAVE ALONE AT ALEXANDRA PALACE – EXTENDED FILM AND LIVE ALBUM

Indie’s dark prince graces us with a rare-for-2020 live appearance.   By Kari Eisenhardt   Live music has been a sad proposition in this foul year of our Lord, 2020. Sure — we started out great. We all booked our tickets, got our glad rags ready, and started cross-training our livers for unlimited nights out […]

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