Today, London-based rock band Wolf Alice announce their U.S. headlining tour. The tour will be making stops in a number of major cities throughout the U.S. including Los Angeles, Chicago, and Boston. The tour also includes festival dates such as Free Summer Press in Houston and Governors Ball in New York City.

JOSHUA HYSLOP Shares New Song & Video

Canadian singer-songwriter Joshua Hyslop just released his latest single “Home” from his upcoming album Echos, out February 23. He shared the video for the track yesterday via the The Bluegrass Situation. Echos is available for pre-order now on Pledge, iTunes, Google, Amazon.

Phish announce summer 2018 tour

Coming off a very special 2017 with The Baker’s Dozen and another sold out four-night New Year’s run at MSG, Phish is ready to hit the road again this summer and have announced 21 shows. The tour begins with two performances in Stateline, NV, at Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys on July 17 and 18, and culminates with the band’s traditional summer ending shows in September at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, CO.

MIEN, feat. members of The Horrors & The Black Angels, announces debut LP & shares “Black Habit” video

The seeds were sown for this collaboration as long ago as 2004, when Rishi Dhir found himself in a chance encounter with Black Angels’ frontman Alex Maas whilst performing sitar with his former band on a bill at SXSW in Austin with The Brian Jonestown Massacre. Not long afterwards, he would also stumble across the Anglo-American band The Earlies, who he would similarly collaborate and share a stage with. This led to essentially the genesis of MIEN, via a shared love for one song – the ‘classic sitar banger’ by the Association, ‘Wantin’ Ain’t Gettin’. Upon finding that both he and The Earlies’ electronics guru and producer John Mark Lapham had a particular desire to cover this ditty, they began a slow process of putting together the version they’d always dreamt of. Whilst this would never come to fruition – the sparks that flew between them lit up a collaborative path clearly worth following.


Wiz Khalifa released the video for his single “Letterman” today. “Letterman” comes off of his new mixtape, LAUGH NOW, FLY LATER, released in November. Watch the video Here!

PISSED REGARDLESS: “Trust No Pulse” Premiered At No Clean Singing

San Diego, California-based thrash/crossover act PISSED REGARDLESS is preparing for the release of their Feed The Birds EP through Creator-Destructor Records in early February. The band and label have partnered with No Clean Singing for the premiere of the record’s “Trust No Pulse.”

New Video! M. Maggie “View”

Eclectic Pop Artist M. Maggie releases the official music video for “View” – an immersive kaleidoscope dream from seeing things as they are in black and white to tripping out in bursts of color.

Keller Williams Announces Tom Petty-Inspired Project “PettyGrass”

Keller Williams has announced a new Tom Petty-inspired project titled Keller Williams’ PettyGrass, which finds him performing select covers in a rollicking bluegrass style alongside eclectic bluegrass quintet The Hillbenders. The project began in 2015, when Williams put together a set of Petty covers for his annual hometown S.P.C.A. benefit, recording the rehearsals as voice memos on his phone. After Tom Petty’s shocking passing last year, Williams and his longtime collaborator Jeff Covert enhanced these recordings and posted them as a tribute to the legend’s legacy and inspiration. This year, Keller Williams will bring his PettyGrass project out on the road for the first time with The Hillbenders to perform select festival dates, including Redwood Ramble and FloydFest in July. These special performances will serve as a way to pay homage by bringing a new perspective to his time-honored songs.

M. Maggie “View”

Eclectic Pop Artist M. Maggie releases the official music video for “View” – an immersive kaleidoscope dream from seeing things as they are in black and white to tripping out in bursts of color.