Minneapolis-based indie rockers Now, Now recently stopped by the Guild Lounge to perform two tracks off their 2012 album Threads. Continue reading
The Black Keys recently rocked their headlining gig at this year’s Austin City Limits music festival with a performance that drew from their entire career. Continue reading
Garbage was recently featured on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where the alt-rock stalwarts played tracks off their latest album, Not Your Kind of People. Continue reading
During their recent appearance at the Austin City Limits music festival, British indie rockers Bombay Bicycle Club stopped by the Guild Lounge to play a stripped-down version of “Shuffle,” the hit single off 2011′s A Different Kind of Fix. Continue reading
With their fourth album Enjoy the Company coming out earlier this month, the Whigs stopped by the Guild Lounge at the Austin City Limits music festival to perform their latest single, “Waiting.” Continue reading
Rome from Sublime with Rome stopped by the Guild Lounge to play the title track off solo debut EP Dedication.
Watch Rome in the clip below.
Rome is getting ready to embark on his first headlining tour beginning Nov. 2 in Solana Beach, Calif.
Visit his official website for a full list of dates and to pick up a copy of Dedication.
Soundgarden has a new album – King Animal - set to come out Nov. 13, marking the Seattle band’s first new studio album in over 15 years.
But until then, the grunge godfathers are giving fans a taste of what’s coming with the release of the record’s first single, “Been Away Too Long.”
According to frontman Chris Cornell, the track reminds him of Soundgarden’s Down on the Upside (1996) era, but with a “different energy.” Continue reading
Band of Skulls recently stopped by the Guild Lounge to play a few songs off their 2012 album, Sweet Sour.
While the plugged-in versions of the tracks are certainly rocking, they take on a new life when stripped down on acoustic guitars. Continue reading
On the heels of their latest album, Hillbilly Jedi, getting released recently, country superstars Big and Rich stopped by the Burbank studios of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno to play “That’s Why I Pray.” Continue reading