Turn Me On: Wallows, a Los Angeles Indie-Pop Band with ’13 Reasons Why’ Star Dylan Minnette on Vocals/Guitar

Turn Me On: Wallows, a Los Angeles Indie-Pop Band with ’13 Reasons Why’ Star Dylan Minnette on Vocals/Guitar

Netflix scored a big hit with 13 Reasons Why, a dramatic series based on a 2007 book that focused on depression, mental health and teen suicide that premiered in March and garnered much attention online. The series’ male lead, 20-year-old Dylan Minnette, also has a band, Wallows, which also features fellow actor Braeden Lemasters (known […]

Recap: Incubus Delight the Masses at Hollywood Bowl Hometown Show with Jimmy Eat World and Judah and the Lion

Recap: Incubus Delight the Masses at Hollywood Bowl Hometown Show with Jimmy Eat World and Judah and the Lion

Incubus have come a long way from their roots in Calabasas, California. The Los Angeles suburb in the San Fernando Valley was where the alt/rock group formed in the mid-1990s, before Brandon Boyd and his band mates exploded on the global level thanks to their breakout 1999 album Make Yourself. (Guitarist Michael Einziger recently spoke […]

Still ‘Hanging By a Moment,’ 17 Years Later: Q&A with Lifehouse’s Jason Wade and Bryce Soderberg

Still ‘Hanging By a Moment,’ 17 Years Later: Q&A with Lifehouse’s Jason Wade and Bryce Soderberg

In the year 2001, it was completely impossible to avoid “Hanging By a Moment.” The song, from Los Angeles-based rock/pop band Lifehouse, announced their arrival in an infectious, can’t-get-it-out-of-your-head way and led their debut album No Name Face to sell nearly three million copies in the United States alone. It became the most-played radio song […]

From Letters to Cleo, American Hi-Fi and Matchbox Twenty to Miley Cyrus and the Chainsmokers – Stacy Jones is the Ultimate Music Utility Man (Q&A)

From Letters to Cleo, American Hi-Fi and Matchbox Twenty to Miley Cyrus and the Chainsmokers – Stacy Jones is the Ultimate Music Utility Man (Q&A)

There’s a pretty good chance you’ve seen Stacy Jones make music, whether you know it or not. Over the years, he’s been a drummer, lead singer, guitarist, producer and Music Director — disparate roles for an ultimate music utility man, so to speak. From his early days in Letters to Cleo to his alt/rock era […]

Q&A: Guitarist Tim Mahoney on 311’s New Album ‘Mosaic,’ Career Longevity, the Dead, and More

Q&A: Guitarist Tim Mahoney on 311’s New Album ‘Mosaic,’ Career Longevity, the Dead, and More

On June 23, 311 released Mosaic, the twelfth full-length album for the long-running alt/rock band. This time around, the band — vocalist/guitarist Nick Hexum, vocalist S.A. Martinez, bassist Aaron ‘P-Nut’ Wills, guitarist Tim Mahoney and drummer Chad Sexton — worked with producers John Feldmann and Scott “Scotch” Ralston, as well as a host of co-songwriters. […]

Stone Sour and Megadeth Both Covered Soundgarden’s ‘Outshined’ in Tribute to Chris Cornell, and Ann Wilson Sang ‘Black Hole Sun’ – Watch

Stone Sour and Megadeth Both Covered Soundgarden’s ‘Outshined’ in Tribute to Chris Cornell, and Ann Wilson Sang ‘Black Hole Sun’ – Watch

On Thursday, the entire music community came together to mourn the sudden and horribly tragic death of Soundgarden, Audioslave and Temple of the Dog vocalist/guitarist Chris Cornell. Cornell, 52, was found dead in his hotel room after Soundgarden’s gig at the Fox Theatre in Detroit on Wednesday night, and his passing leaves a tremendous hole […]

Best New Music: Pop-Punk Kings New Found Glory Shine with New Album ‘Makes Me Sick’ (Listen)

Best New Music: Pop-Punk Kings New Found Glory Shine with New Album ‘Makes Me Sick’ (Listen)

It’s a triumphant time for New Found Glory. The long-running pop-punk band (vocalist Jordan Pundik, guitarist Chad Gilbert, bassist Ian Grushka and drummer Cyrus Bolooki) are out on the road on a nearly completely sold-out tour marking their 20th anniversary that finds them playing two fan-favorite albums each night. They’ve also now released their ninth full-length […]

Incubus Guitarist Mike Einziger — The Interview

Incubus Guitarist Mike Einziger — The Interview

Since forming in the Los Angeles suburb of Calabasas as high school students in 1991, the members of Incubus reached prolific heights as a band. They’ve toured the world in support of their seven full-length studio albums, seen lofty chart results with singles such as 2000’s “Drive,” and have consistently challenged themselves creatively. On April 21, Incubus […]

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