Entries for the ‘On The Road Again’ Category

On The Road Again: The Dig

New York City ethereal rock quartet The Dig have announced extensive U.S. headlining tour dates beginning in September and running late into November. They’re certainly no strangers to the road, having recently toured supporting Portugal the Man, the Walkmen, the Antlers, the Lumineers, the Joy Formidable and others. But this lengthy headlining trek allows the band to further showcase their growing [...]

On The Road Again: Meridian

The Cathedral, the forthcoming record from Meridian, a band that includes Max Stern from Signals Midwest and his brother Jake Stern, will be released August 19 by Youth Conspiracy Records.  To celebrate, the dudes, who play folky indie rock and punk fare will be heading east for a round of tour dates before their release [...]

On The Road Again: Brent Martone of Head North

Head North is a statement; choose your own path. Rolling out of the Buffalo, NY music scene, Head North has repelled the forces of symmetry in an effort to create something truly unique in a genre already so empowering. With the driving force of pop-rock combined with the raw power of punk, Head North touches [...]

On The Road Again: John Robinson of Turf War

Atlanta’s Turf War are currently on the road bringing their Southern-tinged slacker punk sounds to the masses. The band makes high-powered, catchy, sweat-soaked rock ’n’ roll similar to their brethren Deer Tick and Black Lips.  But perhaps more than either of those aforementioned acts, Turf War makes the kind of unapologetically aggressive and urgent pop [...]

On The Road Again: Jamie Houghton of Prawn

Ridgewood, NJ post rock outfit Prawn recently began recording a new full-length with Greg Dunn (Moving Mountains) and have plans to release it in late spring/early summer.  The follow up to 2012’s well-received Ships, the new album will be recorded at AudioPilot Studios in Boonton, NJ and will be preceded by a split with Rockford, [...]

On The Road Again: John Bradley of Dads

New Jersey duo Dads has been dubbed as leading the “emo revival”  that seems to have the entire music world buzzing after the release of their latest EP, Pretty Good (6131 Records). Pretty Good finds the indie-rock leaning Dads exploring darker territory on the four-song effort. Earning praise everywhere from Pitchfork (“irrepressible spirit and ambition”) to NPR (“one of the [...]