Bruce Pavitt's new book, Sub Pop USA: The Subterranean Pop Music Anthology, 1980-1988, documents a world before "indie" was a thing.
Based in New York and comprised of sisters Monika and Karen Walker, The New Tarot flip alternative and indie rock on its head.
When we first came across Happy Fangs, they were a frisky pop-punk duo that made us think about what would happen if Christmas and Halloween joined forces.
Last year, Canadian singer-songwriter Lauren Gillis -- who’s perhaps better known by her stage name, Lucette -- dropped her debut album, Black Is the Color.
Each band has its own identity, and it's not uncommon for band members to take on certain personalities, especially when they hit the stage.
Any way you look at it, the situation seems dire for the mid-level musician making a go of it in 2015.
Metric's Emily Haines and James Shaw give an update on their next album and discuss their upcoming trek with Imagine Dragons.
Jessica Lea Mayfield opens up about the monumental task of covering Elliott Smith.
If you have a soft spot for '90s garage rock, then Drenge might just be the band for you.
Tony Lucca is starting over.