The tumultuous punk band returns.
This Saturday, one of Memphis' most underrated bands in recent memory will celebrate their 20th year with a reunion concert at the Levitt Shell.
The concert scene is heating up as the weather cools down.
October is usually when things start slowing down for the Memphis music scene. The late-summer festivals have come and gone, the free concert series
Austin, Texas noise rockers return to Memphis this Thursday night for a show with locals NOTS and Strengths. Spray Paint are no strangers to
You know you're doing something right when you announce your cat-themed remix album, and people are actually excited about it. That's just what New
Thoughts on the new Juicy J mix tape
Juicy J has been on a tear since teaming up with Wiz Khalifa and Taylor Gang, releasing mixtape after mixtape in addition to the
The annual garage rock festival returns.
We are once again staring down an installment of Goner Records' annual throw-down, and this one is packed with 35 bands (from far corners
This Monday night, Baltimore dream-pop act Beach House will perform at Minglewood Hall. Beach House are no strangers to the Midtown venue, as they played there in 2012
Reviews of some local (or locally-related) late summer releases.
With so many Memphis-related releases coming out each month, it's tough to keep track of every new mixtape, EP, album, or boxed set that
This Saturday the Memphis Grizzlies and Goner Records will host an afternoon-long celebration of local music at Cooper-Young Fest. The Grizzlies will have a
This Saturday, six local bands will attempt to revive the local modern hard-rock scene at the newly renovated New Daisy Theater on Beale Street.
The new Memphis folk-punk band release a new recording this weekend.
Heels are an all-acoustic duo comprised of longtime friends and collaborators, local comedian/drummer-about-town Josh McLane and guitarist/vocalist Brennan Whalen. The two had previously worked