B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 2/24/2018 – The Vaccines Hold Top Spot, CHVRCHES Move Up

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 and George Ezra are set for release in March, as all three artists have their lead singles on the chart. Check out this week's Top 10! 15979

B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 2/10/2018 – The Vaccines Top Chart, CHVRCHES Debut

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 ever made.” Australian trio, Mansionair take the runner-up spot with "Astronaut", as CHVRCHES debut with their first new material in two years, "Get Out". Check out this week's Top 10! 15968

B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 2/3/2018 – The Neighbourhood Stays On Top

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 this week with “Feel The Love Go” from their forthcoming album, Always Ascending, which comes out on February 9, 2018. Check out this week's Top 10! 15939

Summerfest 2016 Festival Preview

2016 Summerfest Preview Set on the shores of Lake Michigan in downtown Milwaukee, Summerfest is listed as the World’s Largest Music Festival. The festival is 11 days long with 800+ acts across 11 stages on the concert grounds bringing a range of diverse music. 2016’s lineup includes Paul McCartney, Sting and Peter Gabriel, Luke Bryan, Weezer, Willie Nelson, and Pitbull, among others. Behind the headliners, the 45+ food and beverage vendors, interactive exhibits, and shopping marketplaces, there is a bevy of activity that truly brings home one of the largest parties in North America and we have a bunch of acts

Vinyl Round-Up: September 12, 2014

Have you been feeling an emptiness? Is there an emptiness that needs to be occupied? Hopefully B-sides can fill the holes in your life, or at least let you know about some of the best music available for your listening enjoyment. Vinyl records are good for your soul, and we've got just what you need. We've carefully decided upon five more albums to add to your record collection as soon as possible. Here's the albums you should be spinning right now. 9916

REVIEW: Boston Calling- Spring 2014

Memorial Day weekend started off with a bang in Boston this weekend, as the Boston Calling Music Festival kicked off it's third talent-stacked event in only a year's time. The weather forecast threatened to literally rain on everyone's parade, but mother nature was kind enough to spare everyone for most of the weekend. While people did get soaked during The Decemberists' killer set, it didn't slow the fans or the band down, and turned out to be the only performance that literally brought the thunder. (Okay, so there was no thunder, but it did rain a whole lot during their