Rick Johnson and Jim Hofer of Mustard Plug sat down on plush couches a few hours before their set and gave me a damn good reason to proudly hail from the Midwestern Mitten.
The personal depth of Aaron Marsh’s lyrics on Eat, Sleep, Repeat will be the soundtrack to agonizing, introspective late night drives.
Derek Spahr talks to Brandtson about their new record Hello, Control.
I don't know where The Sound of Animals Fighting are going, but I believe they are going somewhere.
The consistent praise from the internet community has helped Over It rise throughout the ranks of the underground rock community with each subsequent release.
Hours after The Academy Is performed, Andy Mrotek -- better known as Butcher -- told me what it’s like to play the drums for a living and how his life of music came to be.
Teddy Geiger has already released a major label record, appeared on a major network television drama, and toured the United States playing sold out shows- all before the age of 18.
The songs of Jolie Holland embody a folksy nature, with a twang of country, a touch of blues, the swing of Dixieland jazz, and a Cajun spice--something you may come across on the corner of Jackson Square in the heart of New Orleans.
With the release of their second major label offering The Sufferer & The Witness, Chicago’s Rise Against have cemented themselves as a punk rock tour-de-force