Sons of Bill -- huge Gov't Mule fans -- can't wait to perform at this year's Mountain Jam.
Seryn's Nathan Allen and Trenton Wheeler talk about the band's move to Nashville and their difficulties listening to an entire album all the way through.
Legendary musician. Iconic activist. Award-winning artist. For the last five decades, Buffy Sainte-Marie has been all of these things.
It’s a common story: A few teenagers want to start a rock band, so they grab their instruments, lock the door, and crank their amps up to 11.
Benjamin Plant on electronic music today: "It’s something people didn’t like four years ago, ... and it’s something people won’t like in two years."
On the heels of the release of his new LP, Silverchair's Daniel Johns talks to us about his life as a solo artist.
Diffuser is thrilled to chat with Tyler Hilton about his latest full-length, Indian Summer, and premiere a brand-new in-studio video.
New York City may change with each passing season, but Malin has remained steadfast with his musical and cultural output.
Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds singer Arleigh Kincheloe talks about the band's new album, The Weather Below.
It seems like ages since we've heard from Wild Nothing.