Hailing from California in the 1970's, The Doobie Brothers have become the definition of an all-American band.
Noted for being pioneers in the “slowcore” movement, Minnesota veterans Low are back with the release of their latest album, "C’mon".
While Eilen Jewell's early works deftly blended folk and jug band styles, Eilen Jewell has since explored everything from country gospel, blues, R&B and 60's inspired garage rock.
After a successful six years of recording and performing, former Drive-By Tuckers guitarist and songwriter Jason Isbell left the iconic rock band to explore his own musical identity.
Steve Marion is not your average 23-year-old. Playing over 40 instruments, he's got some real musical prowess, which was first recorded at the mere age of 12.
Hailing from rural Canada, the three members of Rural Alberta Advantage (RAA) first met at an open mic night in Toronto.
Whistling their way into indie hearts a few years ago with their unavoidable, catchy single "Young Folks," this Swedish pop outfit got their start playing together in high school.
The Steve Miller Band has been a world renowned and trusted staple of American rock music for decades, playing a mix of blues, art and psychedelic rock.
The Pinkertones are indie-electro pop sensations, hailing from Barcelona, Spain. They've been around since 2003, after putting together their first album in a small rooftop studio.
Mento is a style of Jamaican music, a calypso-flavored party music greatly used for storytelling.