The members of Echosmith discuss their upcoming Rock in Rio USA appearance, getting involved in Music for Relief and their favorite restaurant.
Danish art-rock giants Mew stomped through our stadiums in the mid-aughts, expanding our minds and sonic palettes with a swirl of prog bigness and alt edge.
Three all-star musicians have joined forces to create a powerfully authentic rock trio, theSHIFT.
As Avid Dancer, Jacob Summers makes harmonious, folksy psych-pop that isn't afraid of the occasional keyboard or looped groove.
Two years ago, up-and-coming indie pop band Bear Mountain had just released their debut EP XO, a kaleidoscopic blend of electro-pop, African rhythms and disco-style vocals that flew too far below the radar. The Canadian group had just started playing shows in the U.S. and when I interviewed them in March 2013, frontman Ian Bevis was thrilled about the opportunity to perform at SXSW fo
Pop-punk icons New Found Glory have been around for nearly 20 years now and have influenced almost every band that falls among the genre's new generation.
For 20 years, Nate Mendel's bass has been the tugboat to Foo Fighters' alt-rock supertanker -- an integral, driving force, but it's not the captain's seat.
Omaha troubadour Simon Joyner talks about his songwriting process, what he loves about recording to tape as opposed to working digitally, and his record collection.
If the Grammys gave an award for "Cutest Couple," Matt and Kim should win every year — despite what Kanye inevitably rants about Jay-Z and Beyonce.
L.A. indie rockers Kitten have always been well-known for their eclectic frontwoman, Chloe Chaidez; when on stage, she has the presence of her 10-year-old self.