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blackbear issue 397 cover story

blackbear on the path that led from his emo roots to a new sonic...

Born and raised in Florida, Matthew Tyler Musto—these days better known as blackbear—has been making music, and making music his life, since at least...
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COWBOY BOY explore idealized romance in power-pop song “INCONVENIENT”

Following their bright power-pop track "PET," L.A.-based duo COWBOY BOY are back with their second grunge-laced track, "INCONVENIENT," from their upcoming EP, GOOD GIRL. Featuring...
Musicians with multiple bands successful alternative side projects

10 alternative musicians who founded more than one successful band

No lie, as exciting as it is when our favorite musicians take on new projects, it's always a little disconcerting. After all, we have...
best electronic rock artists

10 alternative artists who embraced electronica for a whole new sound

The incorporation of electronic sounds into alternative music is hardly a new phenomenon. In the mid-2000s, bands such as Cobra Starship and 3OH!3 made...
best side projects

20 side projects you should already be listening to by now

Side projects have the special ability to give artists the chance to express themselves in whatever manner they choose without snobby genre lords or...
best emo albums for college

These 13 emo albums are the perfect soundtrack to your college years

Writer/director Judd Apatow accurately summed up college when he said: “College is the reward for surviving high school.” It’s true. The college experience proffers...

14 metalcore songs you probably forgot about

The true golden era of metalcore can—and will—be debated until the end of time, but the years between 2006 and 2011 were a notable...

The Postal Service members revive track during Death Cab for Cutie tour

Death Cab for Cutie and Jenny Lewis have been on tour together, which means a mini-reunion of The Postal Service was bound to happen...
one-album-bands

10 iconic bands who only released one album—so far

Have you ever discovered an artist who you really loved and proceeded to jam their entire discography into your earholes for a week straight?...

Casey Bolles covers The Postal Service’s “Such Great Heights” (exclusive)

Acoustic indie rocker Casey Bolles is set to release Manhattan via Pure Noise records Jan. 22.  The three-track EP will feature covers from the 1975, the Mountain Goats and the Postal...