Trey Forbes, the ’50-year-old-schizophrenic songwriter’ with ‘deep-seated beliefs’

There is something askew within the house of Forbes, yet whether he is one sandwich short of a picnic basket or one dick-tuck short of being Buffalo Bill is up to you.
In Music by Alexander Rubin / April 23, 2015

Don’t Let Him Go To The Dogs: R. Stevie Moore doc wants your money

Moore's crowd-sourced documentary, Cool Daddio: The Second Youth of R. Stevie, will ram this living legend right down your throat (where he rightfully belongs).
In Music by Alexander Rubin / April 9, 2015

Slutever: Sorry, but they’re not sorry

The latest EP from the L.A.-based duo doesn’t pretend to be nice.
In Music by Drew Salisbury / March 5, 2015

Noise rock heroes Cherubs return with ‘2 Ynfynyty’

The Austin-based trio releases first new recordings in 20 years.
In Music by Drew Salisbury / March 3, 2015

Premiere: CHAPPO’s ‘Celebrate’ EP

Only poseurs wait until the summer to put on loose-fitting clothing, take acid, and dance in a grassy meadow. Your soundtrack for said festivities? "Celebrate" EP by NYC-based quartet, CHAPPO.
In Music by Alexander Rubin / December 8, 2014

Listen to Ziek McCarter’s searing soul protest song ‘Free N’ Brave’

McCarter dedicates the song to his father — an Army veteran who died as a victim of police violence.
In Music by Joe Veix / September 9, 2014

Pop music is making us depressed. But there’s a happy pill for that

Why are we so depressed? Well, that would require a book, but science show us our popular music is part of the problem.
In Music by Art Tavana / June 13, 2014

Buffalo is banning Bon Jovi

Bon Jovi is currently "Wanted Dead or Alive" in the city of Buffalo, New York.
In Music by Art Tavana / May 22, 2014

Fred Durst directed some eHarmony commercials

It's possible eHarmony is trying to rebrand themselves as an "edgy" dating site for people who like to break stuff.
In News by Joe Veix / May 13, 2014

The endless plateau of guitar rock

When you consider the lack of progression in the art form over the past few decades, the future survival of guitar rock must be called into question.
In Music by Joel Freimark / February 20, 2014

Watch a 350-pound burglar fail miserably at a grocery store break-in

The surveillance camera at Kent's Market nabbed a priceless moment.
In News by Brian Abrams / March 28, 2013

The Coathangers: Something to Hang Your Coat On

"The Coathangers" first single "Hurricane" off their new CD "Larceny & Lace" deserves a listen.
In Music by Katie Milani / March 25, 2011