Stars pick their Top Five! This week: Swervedriver
Had Columbia Records put a little bit of time and care into their relationship with the Dearly's, their story of near misses and tragedy might have ended quite differently.
It's no coincidence that former Black Crowes guitarist named his new outfit after another black bird.
The Toadies formed just in time to light up the '90s with some gloriously dark, poetic, but really catchy alt-rock.
Baby Gas Mask Records is hosting a mega-release party.
Kansas City native Samantha Fish has been singing the blues since she was 18.
Sure, it's a state-of-the-art broadcast studio, but the folks behind KXCI's new digs at Hotel Congress want people to think of it as a musical clubhouse.
The Melvins have always been one of the most consistently admired niche bands in the underground.
The Human Beings, November 1965
Labor Day weekend brings us HoCo Fest 2017, Hotel Congress' yearly celebration of live music.
His music isn’t vintage; it’s downright timeless—rich tenors, giant heart, and the ever-essential lived-in voice.
Since the turn of the millennium, Des Plaines, Illinois, post-metal quartet Pelican has gone out of its way to create atmospheric, dense music.
"Give Me Some Time" was the last record released by The Grodes, before they changed their name to Spring Fever.
Terry Trash is feeling it.
Big Meridox reflects on 20 years in Tucson hip-hop as he preps final shows
The members of hardcore metal band Dead Cross hate the term "supergroup."
This week decide if the music from Paul and Faul came from the same cranium at "Live and Let Die-A Paul McCartney Tribute" at the Fox Theater.
With her debut album, Dacus became one of the most acclaimed musicians of 2016.