Singled Out: Suhy, Silvergold and Alvaradotells's Malachite Dream
Guitarist Ray Suhy from the jazz rock trio Suhy, Silvergold and Alvarado tells us about the song 'Malachite Dream' from their brand new album 'Tessellations,' which was released last Friday
Singled Out: Arcadia's Life Is Easy
Arcadia guitarist Aaron McWilliams tells us the story behind their single 'Life Is Easy' which comes from the Flint, MI alt rock/reggae band's brand new album 'Gather Around'.
Ancient Rites - Laguz
Ancient Rites is a phenomenal group, responsible for creating outstanding opuses of both black metal and symphonic-loaded folk stuff, although rudimentary terms hardly scratch the mystery hiding beneath the surface.
Singled Out: Shumaun's Ambrosia
Prog inspired hard rockers Shumaun released their acclaimed self-titled debut album today (Friday, November 13th) and to celebrate we asked frontman Farhad Hossain to tell us the story behind the song 'Ambrosia'.
Ann Wilson - The Ann Wilson Thing! EP
Despite Heart's long-run with a catalog of songs that's allowed Wilson to sing in many different styles, there are still things she hasn't done, some of which she explores on this four-song EP.
Sites and Sounds: Def Leppard and Monsters of Rock Cruises
On the Blue has two opportunities coming up early next year for fans who want to do some straight-up rockin' on the water: The inaugural Def Leppard "Hysteria on the High Seas" cruise and the ever-exciting sailing of the Monsters of Rock cruise.
Singled Out: Chelsea Dash's Take A Picture
Today, the 'Badass Barbie Doll of Pop' Chelsea Dash shares with us the story behind her brand new single 'Take A Picture', from her forthcoming EP 'Dangerous'.
Singled Out: Armchair Committee's Rawgabbit
Dave Larkin from Armchair Committee tells us about their brand new single 'Rawgabbit,' which was recorded at the legendary Coach House Studios, Bristol, and produced by Tom Dalgety (Turbowolf / Royal Blood) .
Root 66: MonkeyJunk - Moon Turn Red
Fans not yet familiar with blues-rockin' trio MonkeyJunk but who like classic rock will find that lead singer Steve Marriner sounds not unlike Paul Rodgers from Bad Company.
Singled Out: Practical Lovers' Inside Job
Jack Wiles from the melancholy synth-pop duo Practical Lovers tells us about their single 'Inside Job,' which is a track that comes from their debut album 'Agony'.
Singled Out: Damn Vandals's I Hate School
Acclaimed UK rockers Damn Vandals release their brand new single 'I Hate School' today (November 6th) and to celebrate we asked frontman Jack Kansas to tell us about the track.
Adakain - Never Coming Home
Some of the polish of Never Coming Home comes via the production skills of Sahaj Ticotin of Ra, who also co-wrote throughout, but Adakain proves to have serious chops no matter who's behind the board.
Singled Out: Hollywood Heartache's Summer Romance
Australian Gold Coast group Hollywood Heartache has been drawing comparisons to 5 Seconds To Summer with their EP 'Eager Hearts', so we asked them to tell us about the single 'Summer Romance.'
The Boy From The Crowd - Where The Bees Come To Die
The Bees Come To Die is a good, sincere blast of rock & roll noise. It's not calculated or in many ways premeditated. Instead, it retains a degree of relentless spontaneity, and is intended to be played loud and often.
Singled Out: Legs Electric's Strange Addiction
Australian maximum rock n rollers Legs Electric's Ama Quinsee, Kylie Soanes and Laura McCormack tells us the story behind their brand new single 'Strange Addiction'.
Classics: Razor - Open Hostility
Razor is a member of a very exclusive club- they are among a rare breed of bands who did not bottom out and suck more than a Hoover after having spent a number of years in the game.
Singled Out: Spiritwo's Mesumamim
Spiritwo frontwoman Yael Claire Shahmoon tells us the story behind their son 'Mesumamim' which is being released as part of a double A-side single with the song 'Face To Face' on November 13th.
Leslie West - Soundcheck
For his sixteenth solo album, West, the former guitarist for late-'60s hard rockers Mountain ("Mississippi Queen") offers a set comprised mostly of cover tunes, and a well-chosen lot they are.