Since the release of his latest album, The Beautiful & Damned, G-Eazy has been on the road in support of his fifth studio recording. Shortly after its release, the Oakland rapper embarked on The Beautiful & Damned Tour and followed up with the current Endless Summer Tour. The tour follows
It's been a great week of new releases that included the return of twenty one pilots, who released two new tracks, detailed their next album and tour dates. Trench is the title of the follow-up to their wildly successful Blurryface and will be released on October 5, 2018.
With the summer solstice upon us, the summer of 2018 is in high gear and ready for memories to be made. Of course, summers are marked by the care-free attitude of fun with friends, parties, weekend get-aways, vacations and a soundtrack to go along with them. A lot
Boston Calling used 2018 to prove it has come quite a long way. From it's modest beginnings as a more indie affair in Government Center, to contender for festival lineup of the year at Harvard's Athletic Complex, this years edition featured plenty of things to boast about. Walking into the
Given the amount of critical acclaim, and hype that has surrounded Courtney Barnett, it can be a little startling to realize her newest release "Tell Me How You Really Feel" is only her sophomore solo album. Her breakthrough 2015 debut album "Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just
Courtney Barnett stays on top of our chart with “Nameless, Faceless”, while Superorganism maintains pole position with “Everybody Wants To Be Famous”. Ahead of the April 6th release of her album Awake, Alison Wonderland moves up the chart with “Church”, as does “Loving Is Easy” by Rex Orange County.
Courtney Barnett tackles the top spot on our chart with “Nameless, Faceless” that comes from her forthcoming album, Tell Me How You Really Feel, out May 18 via Mom + Pop Records. Fresh off their successful appearance at SXSW, Superorganism vault up to the runner-up position with “Everybody Wants
CHVRCHES top the chart this week with the track “Get Out,” from their forthcoming album, Love Is Dead. Courtney Barnett takes the runner-up spot with “Nameless, Faceless” from her new album, Tell Me How You Really Feel that comes out in May. Debuts by Alison Wonderland and Zhu
The initial lineup for the 2018 edition of Lighting In a Bottle has been announced in phases and includes a list of incredible performers including Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals, Zhu, GRiZ,Fever Ray, The Glitch Mob, Sofi Tukker, Tune-Yards and numerous others. Taking place over the course of
Multi-platinum rapper and producer G-Eazy kicked off his The Beautiful & Damned Tour in Houston and returns to his native San Francisco Bay Area for two shows this week. The first show at the legendary Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco 2/28/2018 and a second show in his native Oakland.
The Vaccines stay on top the chart this week with the track “I Can't Quit,” as anticipation mounts for their forthcoming album, Combat Sports. Franz Ferdinand and CHVRCHES move up, as the latter still hasn't announced information regarding a new full-length. New albums by The Neighbourhood, The Decemberists
The Vaccines top the chart with “I Can't Quit,” from their forthcoming album, Combat Sports. Singer, songwriter and rhythm guitarist Justin Young stated, “we wanted to make a record to solidify that in our minds, and the minds of other people. We wanted to make the best record we’ve
The Neighbourhood tops the chart this week with the track “Scary Love,” from their latest EP, To Imagine. George Ezra remains steady at the runner-up spot as the Englishman prepares for the release of his new album, Staying At Tamra’s in March. New music from Franz Ferdinand charts
Erin Birgy has been the creative mastermind behind the music of Mega Bog for around a decade. With the arrival of 2017 came the band's biggest break with their new album Happy Together. We here at B-Sides were fortunate enough to be able to speak with Birgy while she was