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Preview of SXSW Music Festival 2015 (Notable Acts Include Best Coast, Scott Weiland, Tove Lo, Bleachers, The Church, and Unlocking the Truth)

SXSW 2014: Phantogram (photo credit: Diego Donamaria)

SXSW Music Festival 2015 takes place March 17-22 in Austin, Texas. Read More »

Charlie Doherty’s Top 30 Releases of 2014 (Starring Judas Priest, Ryan Adams, Run the Jewels, Smashing Pumpkins, Sun Kil Moon, and More)

Run the Jewels

I'm sure that you'll agree with me that this past year wasn't the greatest year in music history but it was a very damn satisfying one. Read More »

Charlie Doherty’s Top Tunes of 2014

The Voyager

This year's list includes a healthy mix of electronic pop, indie rock, punk, acoustic, and metal tunes. Read More »

Music Review: The Oxford Coma – ‘Morphine’ EP

The Oxford Coma

The Oxford Coma have put together a six-song EP about grief, loss, death, and other deeply personal experiences. Read More »

Music Review: Unfathomed of Abyss – ‘Arisen Upon Oblivion’

Unfathomed of Abyss

‘Arisen Upon Oblivion’ is the fruit of talent and perseverance. Read More »

New Torche Album ‘Restarter’ Set for Release in February 2015

Torche - Restarter

Fans will have to wait until February 24 for Torche's fourth LP to drop but the band is putting together more tour dates, starting in December/January with the hard rock titans, Clutch! Read More »

Music Review: Xombie – ‘Capital X’

Xombie - Capital X

While the the well crafted and polished music of this talented band did not resonate with me , it should fare quite well with lovers of the rap metal genre. Read More »

Music Review: ‘Dreams in the Witch House: A Lovecraftian Rock Opera’

dreams of the witch house

H.P. Lovecraft is reborn with soul-shattering tunes. Read More »

Music Review: Judas Priest – ‘Redeemer of Souls’ [Deluxe Edition]

Judas Priest - Redeemer of Souls

Judas Priest's 17th album is not only a welcomed return to classic Priest metal form, it's their best album in over 30 years. Read More »

I Shall Be Released: New Releases and Tours from Steve Aoki, Weird Al Yankovic, Seether, Skid Row and More

Steve Aoki

From Skid Row to Vashti Bunyan to Steve Aoki to Ted Nugent, there's big news from several generations of musical icons this week. Read More »