Bryce Job is best known for his savvy in the percussive arts, but in the last year, he's gained an interest in his first melodic instrument.
Seventeen-year-old songstress Nina Ferraro, aka Bonzie, is still quite green, as most teenagers in any field would be.
Post-punk desert folk the Veils bring us 'Dancing With the Tornado' just before they unveil (no pun intended) their first full-length album in four years.
Remember back in the late '90s, when raves went from urban lofts to rural farms, bands like the Prodigy and Fatboy Slim were coming into their own and electronic music was supposed to be the next big thing? Electronic music was the future -- a few decades into the future, though, as the recent rise of superstar EDM-ers like Skrillex, Deadmau5 and Avicii has shown. And its mainstream success has helped put the spotlight on less-established acts like Death Grips.
'Don't Swallow the Cap' isn't just good advice for children from the National -- it's also the title of a tune off their forthcoming album, 'Trouble Will Find Me,' which drops May 21.
Earlier this week, the band issued the disc's first single, a catchy little number called 'Demons,' and 'Don't Swallow the Cap' follows with a more upbeat vibe, complete with swelling, symphonic strings. Check it out below.
MTV "fresh new artist" Hank & Cupcakes are a Brooklyn duo with a neon affliction who make '80s-kissed synth-pop for the thinking music fan.
At the head of -- or depending on how you look at it, smack dab in the middle of -- the growing Echo Park movement are the underdogs known as Rainbow Jackson.