Foxygen’s drummer comes into his own with the release of his artistically daring second LP; think Little Shop of Horrors-meets-Aladdin Sane. He pays homage to the singer/songwriter vibes of the '70s with intoxicating melodies.
Steve Earle says listening to Aoife O’Donovan is "like hearing Joni Mitchell when she was 20." Aoife’s played everywhere from Bonnaroo to the Grand Ole Opry and counts President Obama as a fan. This fall she's opening for Glen Hansard and touring with Sara Watkins.
Celebrating 10 years, this trade organization supports the rights of 340+ independent labels (small and medium enterprises) in delivering innovative music to a fair and equitable marketplace, lobbying Congress for copyright protection and advocating for licensing-rate parity for all creators.
Brothers and former Blasters pay homage to a wide array of blues + R&B legends (James Brown, Lead Belly, Big Joe Turner + more) on Lost Time, the Grammy-nominated follow-up to Common Ground — the Alvins' first record together in three decades.
The best-selling author of Tuesdays With Morrie was a musician first. His new novel combines his two greatest loves in the book he’s been waiting his entire career to write, featuring guest appearances from Darlene Love, Burt Bacharach and more.