Alternative New Music Blog.
Check out Bastille performing several songs at Coachella, along with full sets from Lorde, Queens Of The Stone Age, Foster The People, and Cage The Elephant.
Manchester Orchestra frontman Andy Hull discusses the rock vibe throughout their new album 'Cope' and touring with hetero life-mate Kevin Devine.
Thirty Seconds To Mars, AFI, and Blue October go deeper into their most recent albums, plus Beck and Morning Parade share the first singles from their new releases.
The self-identified Mormon from Provo, Utah knew he was gay as early as age six.
Their new album 'Turn Blue' arrives on May 13th.
Check out an artist's recreation of some of the greatest bands of all time as LEGO minifigures.
Listen to Dan Smith and Bastille reproduce the Cutting Crew hit.
Taking Back Sunday are back! Lorde goes for "Glory And Gore". Introduce yourself to Semi Precious Weapons, Big Data, and Broods. All newly available for voting on the 97x app!
Limited edition Black Keys merch is on sale to benefit the West Akron Baseball League in Ohio.
Are Capital Cities a one-hit wonder? "One Minute More" makes the case that they aren't.
The day after announcing a joint tour, Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda and Thirty Seconds To Mars guitarist Tomo Miličević explain how the tour came together. Mike also teases Linkin Park's new music and discusses the state of alternative music in depth.
The new Manchester Orchestra is our pick of the week! Follow-ups from Arctic Monkeys and Cage The Elephant plus cool debuts from Cherub and Birds Of Tokyo are available for voting.
Coldplay will release their next album 'Ghost Stories' on May 19th. Listen to their new song "Magic" here!
One music/tech blogger broke down data to determine one "distinct" artist for each of the United States based on listener streaming from each state.
Despite all the success, Dan Reynolds says he and his bandmates are still relatively anonymous, and he loves it.
Heavily suggested songs from twenty one pilots and Fall Out Boy are now available for voting. Get your garage rock fix from Skaters and The Orwells, and our pick of the week: Bleachers, featuring Jack Antonoff of fun.
311, Chevelle, and Sleeper Agent each provide our first tastes of music from their new albums due this spring. Jack White returns with The Dead Weather. And check out our pick of the week: Man Man.
Check out "Fake Your Death" from the forthcoming My Chemical Romance greatest hits collection 'May Death Never Stop You' out March 25
The Queens Of The Stone Age frontman did not take kindly to a rowdy fan interrupting his performance during the encore of last night's Mahaffey Theater show.
Grab "Invisible" from iTunes for free before midnight tonight, and Bank Of America will donate $1 to (RED) for every download.