Matt Potter 9:45 a.m., Dec. 11
Interview with the Material, a San Diego band that started about five years ago and is often compared to Paramore due to their rock sound and frontwoman.
The chicks dug Spandex. Brett Ellis did not.
Nine Inch Nails drummer Ilan Rubin talks about his band Regime’s EPs.
Truckee Brothers bassist Greg Friedman releases solo album Can’t Talk Now.
I Wish I, a band from the late ’90s, reunites to release Convolutions.
‘We decided to have this third record be self-titled, ’cause we feel like we really found our own sound,” says Alfred Howard of the Heavy Guilt, who will celebrate the release of their new full-length ...
Stone Horse’s Dr. Rock and Roll spares a minute
‘In December, we changed the name to Stone Horse.” I tell Danielle Spade the new name rings of Linda Ronstadt. She giggles: “Yeah. Stone Ponys. But my sister said our other name was too long. ...
Can we all agree that garage rock has reached an impasse? Don’t get me wrong. I love fuzzed-out guitars, lo-fi drum tracks, and retro vocals as much as the next guy — and San Diego ...
“I play songs about things that should never be brought up at the dinner table.”
A.K. Skurgis gives you the one-man acoustic band live, but recorded he’s full-band electric.
Interview with Joe Waters of the Swarmius Trio and the Hausmann String Quartet, which merges classical music with rock, hip-hop, jazz, and world-music genres.